Sounds in the Dark – Allatoona Pass

15 02 2009


Odd Sound?


Whisper? #2

Alright, so I know all you out there have been waiting for some new stuff from me to listen to.  This is from when Jenn, Ryan, and I went to the Pass about two weeks ago, January 31.  The first file I think sounds like a chirp, could have been a bird, but what birds would be making noise that late at night.  The second, which at first I thought could be my recorder rubbing against my clothes, but I tried to recreate the sound and was unable to reproduce it.  It sounds almost evil, hehe.  The third and forth clips are what to me sounded like a young kid or female voice whispering something.  I’m not quite sure exactly what it could be saying and I’m sure its not any of us.  I tried to amplify the section to determine the words but was still unable to figure it out.  This will probably be the only potential evidence from our trip.  I would appreciate any feedback you might have on the clips I’ve provided.  We should be going on another investigation next weekend, so stay tuned!


Letter From a Visitor – Hell’s Church, Canton

2 01 2009

We recently received an e-mail from a visitor to our site giving us some explanations on the legends surrounding Hell’s Church in Canton, GA. Please read and give us your thoughts!

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In The News: Ghost Spotted at Haunted Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield in Kennesaw, GA

17 12 2008

I found this interesting article a while ago that I felt was appropriate to share on our blog. This is from Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield in Kennesaw, GA (a few miles from haunted Cheatham Hill Battlefield in Kennesaw). A man and his son were driving down the road one night around the mountain when a man on horseback ran across the road directly infront of him, which they believe to be a Civil War ghost.

One Cobb County, Georgia man says that he had a brush with what may have been a real ghost near Kennesaw Mountain earlier this month.

The man, who doesn’t want to be identified, said he and his teenage son were driving through Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield the night of October 8 when they spotted something about to cross the road in front of their car.

Both Civil More..War buffs, they say the rider appeared to be a Union Army cavalry officer complete with a saber in his hand.


This is neat because it puts some belief in what we observe at the Allatoona Battlefield Pass. I hope to investigate the site sometime but I hear it’s extremely difficult to get permission to, let alone sneak in.

Sounds From Beyond? Marietta City Cemetery

15 12 2008

Marietta Cemetery Everywhere

I recorded exact 1 hour and 23 minutes at Marietta City Cemetery.  Unfortunatly the cemetery was right next to train tracks and a fairly busy road so at many points it was hard to even hear myself talking.  There was really no way around this since the train runs non-stop.  However I was able to catch this sound when Jenn and I were walking through the area of unknown graves near the Confederate part of the cemetery.  She ask where the unknown grave are and after a few seconds a reply comes back that sounds like everywhere.  At first I thought it could be me whispering it, but I don’t think I would have waited that long to reply to her.  Thats was the only sound I caught that could no be explained.  But, as I said, there was the almost constant sound of cars and/or train run plus it was pretty windy.  There could have been other sounds but it would have been near impossible for me with my equipment to pick out from the extremely loud background noises.  One thing I would like to note, though it has nothing to do with EVPs, was that the moment we stepped into the cemetery I felt a very distinct temperature change.  I noticed it when Ryan and I explored it earlier that day and Emma noticed when we came later that night and I hadn’t metioned it to her before hand.  That will be all for a while from me since we won’t be heading out until after New Years Day.  I would like to wish everyone who visits this blog a very Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukkah, Happy New Years, and whatever else you may celebrate during this time!

Creepy Night at Cheatham Hill Battlefield in Kennesaw, Georgia

14 12 2008
Haunted Cheatham Hill Civil War Battlefield - Part of Kennesaw Battlefield in Kennesaw, Georgia

Haunted Cheatham Hill Civil War Battlefield - Part of Kennesaw Battlefield in Kennesaw, Georgia

Reported to be one of the most haunted battlefields in the Atlanta area, Cheatham Hill Battlefield/Kennesaw Battlefield has been known for strange EVPs and ghostly photographs taken both during the day and through the night. The Illinois Monument, located at the top of Cheatham Hill has been reported to be the most active location at the battlefield. This makes sense as feet directly in front of the monument is the exact spot where most of the soldiers were killed in the battle. Could the strange experiences at Cheatham Hill be the ghosts of civil war soldiers residualing haunting the grounds in which they were killed?

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Ghostly “Orbs” Manifesting at Marietta Confederate Cemetery?

14 12 2008

I don’t always believe that orbs appearing in photos at haunted locations are in fact paranormal as they can be explained by a lot of different things such as dust. However, a trip to Marietta Confederate Cemetery/Old Marietta City Cemetery in Marietta, Georgia one cold night proves otherwise, in my opinion. I’m not saying these photos I’ve taken are definitely ghosts haunting an old cemetery in Marietta, but they are definitely something I cannot explain. Could this confederate cemetery in historic Marietta, Georgia be a haunted cemetery housing the ghosts of civil war soldiers and slaves?

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14 12 2008

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