Tuesday, November 9, 2010

At The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville

Mike using a DAS RT-EVP while preparing to conduct an EVP Session in the Ruffin-Stirling Room upstairs at the Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville.  N.A.P.S. has been recently going there regularly to investigate.

Note the TriField EMF meter on the bed that he is keeping an eye on, as well as the two-way radio (a "zebra") clipped to his vest.  The cap light is a red LED tiltable light that can be quickly switched to white LED light if needed for safety.

Photo by Michael DeLorenze using an SVP full-spectrum camera in photo mode.
Sunday night, November 7, 2010.

"I know I have a honey-bun in here somewhere!!!"

The photo at left is of Michael DeLorenze in the General Bradford Suite bathroom, digging in his gearbag for some piece of technical thing-a-ma-jig.  You can tell he's our Lead Technical Specialist by all the "gear-debris" around him: 2 two-way radios (not just one), a UV flashlight, a K2 meter (with the LED flashlight turned on), a Panasonic RR DR60 and his N.A.P.S. cap! 

Photo by Mike Chapman using a SVP full-spectrum camera.  Same date as above

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