I Dig Cemeteries

I Dig Cemeteries
I Dig Cemeteries

Let me clarify. As an investigator of the odd I purposefully steered away from cliché cemetery investigation thinking that little life experience had occurred at burial sites and the display of respect  was also considered paramount. I am glad I changed my mind. Not only did I find welcome solace at Academy Cemetery in Clovis California,  I came away thinking maybe spirits use these quiet spots whether they are buried there or not.  I went in with a “measure the environment” attitude and wanted to take some base readings without too much inquiry. The Ovilus V when turned on spat out a continuous stream of words without stopping  for thirty words  including the mention of the name IDA twice. I knew that IDA was an old fashioned name and that of all 889 plots  I found an IDA BELL COLE  and left some flowers there. I felt very satisfied with that. If the spirits used me in that capacity it is all good.

I got sad when I saw a grave marker that said baby or unknown but then I understood that the universe knows all the names, and it is okay if I do not.

I wondered if the flags put at each grave for Memorial Day added to the great respect that I felt running through me. The winds picked up and the dozens of flags in the wind sounded like applause,  another  clear homage that stirred at my heart.

I was filming and announcing each device that was running and  which one we were testing next  and when I said out loud that I was switching to a PSB7 box the spirit box/ shack hack that was running repeated me and said PSB7 Box, Is that so?

Another interesting but  perhaps explainable event  was when running the wireless Ovilus V next to a device with an external speaker , the Ovilus said a word  and it also was transmitted through the  separate external speaker on this other device.This was  stange and I need to research that further.

I still feel that graves are more for the living than the dead.Each marker creates its own environmental impact according to the calming comfort it provides to the grieving.

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