Case Log - CGPS
Case #101009: The Rock House, Thomson, GA
History: This is the oldest rock structure in Georgia. It was built by Thomas Ansley in the 1700s. The Ansleys were Quakers who settled the area of Thomson , near Augusta. The house is also connected to the family of former President Jimmy Carter whose family helped restore the building in the 1970s.
Claims: There have been claims of full-bodied apparitions, shadow figures, voices and being touched by unseen entities. One entity is purported to be that of a little girl.
CGPS members present: Kathy Porter, Ken Curley, Janice Dobbs, Laura Clayton, Ben Clayton, Kim Durden, Jimmy Brown,Cindy Norwood and Jason Baird.
Equipment used: hand-held video, digital audio, digital still cameras, IR camera system, EMF guage and K2 meters.
Investigation: this structure is basically open to the elements as many windows are missing. In light of this, the teams were very aware of any possible outside contamination by vehicles and any team members that remained outside kept their voices down. The teams split up between the basement, 4 first floor rooms and attic.
Evidence review: the evidence has revealed several EVPs- including one of a woman screaming about her baby being gone, a little girl's voice mocking an investigator who asked "Can you touch me?" with a mocking response asking the same question. There were several personal experiences, such as a pin-point blue light that several investigators witnessed with the light actually travelling over an investigator's hand . While it was witnessed, nothing was felt by the investigator.
Reveal: the reveal was done by Laura Clayton and evidence was presented to the client.
Conclusion: The Rock House is definately active and CGPS concludes that it is a haunted location with both intelligent and residual entities.
Photos from the Rock House Investigation, Oct. 10, 2009.
EVP, sounds like "Mom"
Question: Would you like to play with us? Response: Unknown. Sounds like No.
Question: Are you trapped here? Response: Woman's voice, "Trapped here", sobbing.
Sobbing woman, not heard during investigation.