At least three spirits in Nova Scotia museum, say investigators
During June there was a private paranormal investigation at Randall House Museum in Wolfville.
The evening only served to fascinate curator Krystal Tanner after three resident spirits, including a child, were heard.
So a second investigation by Bruce and Charlene Simpson of Caretakers Paranormal Investigations is scheduled for Sept. 9.
This time a few spots will be open for those members of the public who want to witness the event at the over 200-year-old house. Evidence from the night can be accessed on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=kGKhwftx7aI.
Bruce Simpson, a Truro resident, says there are homeowners who hear strange noises, footsteps and things that they can’t explain. He and his wife try to find answers.
“What we heard at Randall House was very intriguing,” he says. “There so much in that home.”
The Simpsons became fascinated by the paranormal about three years ago. Today they use various means, including digital recorders, to hear different voices.
At Randall House, Simpson noted, he clearly heard the little boy spirit say, “I came back.”
The couple use their spare time to travel to heritage home and listen. They do not charge for their services.
According to Simpson, many spirits choose to remain earthbound for a variety of reasons, such as unfinished business, waiting for loved ones, sudden death, and fear.
Sometimes he’s discovered they are very anxious to speak. On other occasions the spirit world stays silent.
Tanner notes that staff and visitors to Randall House have expressed similar sensations in the house.
Light bulbs dim and cell phones tend to lose power. There have been reports, she says, of doorknobs moving without people around and a woman seated at the sewing machine.
While some are highly skeptical of this phenomenon, Tanner says, others believe implicitly. She feels mostly neutral, but was spellbound during the June investigation.
Four spots are available for the Sept. 9 investigation at Randall House. You can email the Wolfville Historical Society about this fundraising opportunity: randallhouse@outlook. com.
Thiis is the Randall House Museum.