Built in 1862 by John Eastes, Black Moon Manor was the first house constructed in Hancock County, Indiana. Since that time, it had a strange and often frightening history. It was used as a smallpox hospital during one of the local outbreaks in the early 1900s. Legend tells of more than 200 deaths within the walls of the home. It is said that those buried behind the mansion and some of the tombstones still stand in the small cemetery today.
During renovations, unusual things began to happen where disembodied voices were heard, objects were thrown, tools disappeared, and there was a feeling of being watched.
Unfortunately, this location has been demolished.
While sitting in the Well Room taking a break from asking questions, a strange female voice is captured on the recorder saying, "Rest and relax," that the group did not hear in real time.
The team was sitting around talking about previous evidence collected and Nicole Tito captured a dog bark on her recorder in an upstairs bedroom.
The interesting thing is the house has a past of dog abuse from a previous owner. This was not heard in real time.
While conducting an EVP session in the "Blood Splatter Room" (we know, what a great name), Lisa Krick asks, "Am I having gas or is that you?" This is followed by someone in the room laughing. However, the end response is a weird, robotic sounding voice that was not heard in real time.
In the following clip, Nicole Tito asks the spirits to come by her machine with the green light on it. You will hear people talking in the background, but after Nicole asks the question, there is a breathy response of "Nicole."
In this clip, you will hear a breath at the beginning followed by Nicole's response to it. Right after this, Lisa asks, "I think whoever said hi to Nicole needs to go stand beside her and put your hand on her shoulder," followed by a quiet voice saying, "No," not heard in real time.
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