Springfield Ghost Society

Haunted Investigations

S. Eaton St.

Edinburg, IL



S. Eaton St



Saturday, March 5th, 2016.



Jay & Shannon Sexton, Debbie Lowery, Rhonda Jones


Family of mother and 3 children (2 girls, 1 boy) have lived in the house for 16 yrs.

Activity started about 1 year ago

Children are all adults now and one daughter moved out of the house and took her brother with her leaving only her 26 yr old sister and mother now living in the house.

Mother works a day job.  When daughter works is still unclear to me.


Everything started with a dark shadowy figure being seen.

Daughter got up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom and saw a human shape with glowing eyes standing in the middle of the hallway.  She thought she was seeing things and continued to the bathroom and when she came out of the bathroom it was gone.


One morning the daughter was in bed when the mom left for work.  As soon as mom shut the door the daughter heard what sounded like someone in heels walking up and down the hallway.  Mom said her daughter called her screaming with what she heard.


Mom has seen a dark shadow move across her son's bedroom.  She could see the movement and outline of the legs.


The other daughter, when she lived at home, saw a dark figure walk in front of the tv in the living room and go into her brother's bedroom.


Started investigation around 8:45pm


I setup my video camera in the living room facing the kitchen, put one game camera in the daughter’s bedroom and the other game camera in the hallway/kitchen area.  Carried the audio recorder with me.  Took pictures randomly.  GoPro would not work that night.


The only experience I can say I had was in the daughter’s room by the clothes closet.  It was like I was standing inside a high em field but according to my meter I was not.  I did not receive any evidence at all on any of my equipment that night.  No other investigator got any evidence either.  I talked with the client and she said everything has been quiet.  Hopefully it will stay that way.


Debbie Lowery

Springfield Ghost Society