I first visited the Grove in 2006. Mitchel provides a great tour of the house. This is the house that kicked off my hobby of being an amateur ghost hunter. He told us about a group of ghost hunters that wanted to investigate the house at midnight (which is unnecessary since the ghosts are not bothered by daylight). To keep my review short, one of the investigators asked the parlor ghost if she wanted to say something. He got a distinct “no” on his recorder. I used my cell phone as a recorder and quietly asked the ghost questions while Mitchel and the rest had moved to the dining room. I decided to go on to join the rest of the group and turned the recorder off. Later that night I had a chance to review my recording and right at the end, a whispery voice is captured. After listening to it many times, I am convinced the ghost said “Let me alone”. Most likely she did not want to be bothered by anyone with a recorder. Mitchel has the EVP posted on his website and plays it during the tour. I have since caught several EVP’s and have had experiences with a chain that started to swing on its own and had question sessions with Indian ghosts in a daycare using a K2 meter. The
Grove will always be special to me because it was the first time I ever had a ghost interact with me. You may not have an experience at the Grove, but it is well worth the time to take the tour. I go whenever I get the chance to go to Jefferson.
By the way, I went with family members, but none were teenagers. There is not a choice for just family.
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