|Port City Paranormal Investigations of
The Country Squire
|The Country Squire has been in business for 49 years. The
building was built from lumber and logs from the early
1700's(Baronial Hall). The architecture of the restaurant
was further expanded by the additions of sections of other
old buildings from the area and bricks from the old
Bowden Hotel in Wilmington. The many antiques, old
fireplaces, and darkened corridors add to the possibility of
dining with Spirits!
|The Port City Paranormal ®team set up to investigate this famous
restaurant with anticipation of a busy night. Reports of ghosts,
missing and moving items were well known to us. Our investigators
had personal recorders and KII meters on when we entered.
During this visit, the Baronial Hall( the oldest part of the building)
exhibited the most active EMF variations.
KII hits were rare in other areas.
Our personal experiences, although not scientific evidence, were
the feeling of being followed, watched and psychic communication
with the dead.
KII sweeps did not detect any EMF that would explain these
feelings. Cold spots were noted and shadow figures were seen
darting from room to room. One team member reported being
touched by small, cold little fingers while in the Jester's Court.
We reviewed approximately 32 hours of video, and 54 hours of
audio to find over 40 EVP. No video or still photo evidence was
captured during this investigation. We are currently trying to
determine if some EVP are residual, but many seem to be active,
intelligent responses to our questions. A few EVP were clear
(A1)but many seemed garbled, or possibly in another language. The
origin of messages recorded became more apparent when played
during the reveal. Although the messages were not clear to us, they
were to our Scottish hostess. Miss Iris commented that one sounded
identical to the lullaby by her mother sang to her as a child.
After reviewing the data, we feel we have captured significant audio
evidence of both active and residual hauntings at The Country
Our personal experiences and those of the owner and staff support
We will continue to examine the evidence......and will post more as
we discover each new voice.
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|Bricks from The old
Country Squire Restaurant