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Posted on May 28, 2010 at 10:00 AM

OMG!! What a week!!! Both Waverly Hills and McPike Mansion!! Investigators dream!! Had a blast investigating both of these locations, looking forward to seeing what we caught!!!!!!!

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Reply TnT_Melissa
12:24 PM on July 22, 2010 
Paravan to Waverly Hills and McPike Mansion

What is a Paravan? It is a caravan of paranormal investigators heading to a paranormal event(s). One of our team members coined the phrase.

The Paravan consisted of five (5) from TnT Paranormal, one (1) from Windy City Paranormal (WCP), one (1) from PACT (aka Chicago Paranormal Investigations), and two (2) novice ghost hunters. We left from Chicago and first headed to Louisville, KY to spend a night, for a private investigation, at Waverly Hills Sanatorium (WHS or Waverly for short). We arrived at Waverly at 7:30 PM, and after unloading all the equipment, the security guard took part of the group on a tour of the location, while those of us that had been there before started setting up equipment to cover as much of the building as we could.
Waverly is roughly 180,000 SF in five (5) stories, as well as a gift shop and a 400 ft long ?Death Chute?. Limited power and very few windows, made conditions extremely hot, then to add to our challenges we had the distinct pleasure of dodging an abundance of bats that decided to join us during the investigation! Despite these obstacles, we were able to keep up with our plan that allowed everyone to investigate on unique teams and still be able to make it through the entire building. After a long night locked in this amazing building we are hopeful on what we may have caught. To learn more on Waverly Hills go to:

From there five (5) of the group drove to Alton, IL for a private investigation at the infamous McPike Mansion. We arrived at 6PM and began to take photos of the entire property. As many claims of activity is through photographs.

Once gaining entrance to the mansion we began to unload and setup the equipment. Covering every floor of the historic house with cameras and digital recorders, which ran until around 1AM. Unfortunately time and the elements have not been kind to the McPike Mansion so investigating in the mansion is not allowed. However, we were allowed to investigate the cellar and basement.
In the end even if we did not find any ghosts we did rescue a poor ferret that had strayed from home. It was exciting to have the opportunity to investigate one of the most notorious Illinois haunted locations. To learn more about the McPike Mansion go to:

Now that we are back home in Chicago, we have begun the process of reviewing the data collected from both of these locations. We have already found some great evidence of the paranormal. Check out our website soon for updates and the evidence that was captured,

Note: Doing investigations at these locations is what we call Pay to Play events. Meaning we pay a fee to investigate there. The fees go to restore the location. Please note that time and the elements have left both of these locations in a state of disrepair and even threatened their very existence. You can help restore these historic locations
Reply TnT_Melissa
9:41 AM on June 30, 2010 
I know what you mean.... I hope we have some evidence.