MACKAY MANSION & FOURTH WARD SCHOOL EVIDENCE
Check out this awesome full spectrum apparition capture! This was taken outside of the Mackay Mansion in the garden area. Lead investigator, Don Staggs, saw a shadow figure moving on top of the carriage. I did not see the shadow figure there, but ended up seeing a man inside the carriage moving back and forth. This picture shows the man in the back seat. You can see the his head, ears, shoulders, chin, widows peak from his hairline, and an outline of his eyes and nose. This was an incredible capture. I’ve circled the area with the apparition. Check it out!
Carriage in the Garden outside of the Mackay Mansion, Virginia City, NV
Here are the EVPs (electronic voice phenomenon) we managed to capture at this location!
After feeling a negative presence of a shadow entity, I began to wonder what it was that the entity disliked about me. I came to the conclusion that he did not like my tattoos. Shockingly, a female voice whispers what we believe to be, “They make him angry.” This was not heard at the time. Listen in. What do you think is being said?
A few minutes pass and I keep seeing the shadow figure as he movies incredibly fast around the garden and gazebo. I make several allusions to describing his fast movement akin to the comic character, the Flash. Apparently, the entity is not amused and, begrudgingly, responds with what we believe to be, “You keep taunting me.” Again, this was not heard at the time. Listen in. You can hear the anger in his voice.
LOCATION-JOHN MACKAY SPARE ROOM
In a spare room connected to John Mackay’s room, we set up two recorders at opposite ends of the room. We conduct and EVP session and one of the questions asked is who stayed in the room, to which there is a response of “No!” This scream was not heard and was only captured by one of the recorders.
FOURTH WARD SCHOOL
At the end of our EVP session, only seconds before stopping the recorder, an EVP capture is made. This is the clearest EVP capture I’ve ever had. You can clearly hear a voice say, “Help, my God.” The other investigators in the room were loud, as you can tell by the recording, so the voice that came through was not one of any of the investigators present.