In regards to last night
Frank asked me to do a write-up on what we did last night for the investigation. I will try to relay everything in the simplest of details, though there wasn’t much in particular to report on.
We were looking for sounds, chiefly. Footsteps from opposite ends of the house, odd bumps and thumps, and the occasional voice. So we set up some motion detectors in case of spoofing, and got the camera network up pretty early, around 9: 15.
The Motion detectors didn’t pick up anything other than our footsteps, and the cameras couldn’t catch anything other than the occasional bird. Frank tried to pick up some EVP readings, but nothing incredible. I personally tried an EVP session in the stairwell where the voices were heard, and didn’t get any feedback. I would say that our client was probably just experiencing empty nest syndrome and was so used to hearing large amounts of noise around the house that her brain began manufacturing sounds as an attempt to re-establish normal patterns. Clearly, that didn’t work.
Jason came along this time to help distract him from his recent troubles of the female persuasion, and I’d say it worked perhaps a little too well. He was jumpy, more than usual. He kept swearing he was seeing someone in the front yard. There was nothing there though, just the big ugly tree Frank mentioned last entry. All in all, I’d say this job, like so many others before it, was just a big waste of time.