RSVP's will open in May
As if Friday 13th wasn't enough, it is also a Full Moon !!
Overnight Investigation at Iron Island Museum
This is based in NY. You will require a passport.
LIMITED to 12 Spots
(Posted to all 3 groups. As soon as we get 12 combined RSVP's, the event will be closed)
Location: Buffalo. NY
Difficulty: Beginner to Moderate
Cost: $50 (USD) Plus travel & accommodation
Located just 2 hours from Toronto, this little gem has served as a church, funeral home and now museum.
No equipment? don't worry, we have plenty for you to use.
Our new Thermal Imaging Camera
Germanium Receptor as used in the Scole Experiment
I.T.C. Audio/Evp Looping
We have a Ghost Box. Having purchased the P-SB7 Spirit Box from, feel free to use this on the investigation. We will also have the IR Live EVP recorder, our new K2 meters and we are hoping to have the new ITC audio loop/recorder EVP system in time for this investigation. We have plans to purchase much more in the coming months, stay tuned for more details.
P.I.S.T. has beginner kits which we will be taking. These include Digital Thermometers, Recorders, EMF Detectors, Compass, Flash Lights. These will be available for use during the investigation with instruction on how to use them.
We will also setup the IR/DVR with monitors
Research shows that there was a small wooden church at this site in 1888 with a parsonage erected to the west at 994 Lovejoy Street. Drawings were gleened from the archives at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society and further information was obtained regarding Henry Lovejoy who is the namesake of Lovejoy Street. The brick church was erected in 1895 and was well-attended by the congregation of the Methodist-Episcopal denomination. A photo of the first board members was also obtained for our records. The building was abandoned for a short while until a funeral director took over in the late 50's. To accomodate services, a building was built inside the church with three viewing rooms. There is an apartment attached which is now used for meetings and various other events. The viewing rooms now contain countless artifacts and one room is the New York Central Terminal Gallery which includes a model of the terminal building.
The highlights f the last investigation was the K2 activity in the basement. It was almost like a light show for a good 5 minutes.
On a previous trip we saw the K2 meter responding directly to our questions and black masses in some of the photographs taken. We have always experienced something at this location....
There is quite a lot of evidence captured at this location as many other groups have investigated in the past. I am just going to talk about my own experiences as I have investigated the location on a number of occasions.
I was just embarking on my psychic journey when I visited the museum on an investigation. The night had been quiet when I decided to explore by myself. I wandered through the viewing room to a small back room with an opening into the attic. I started getting quite an uncomfortable feeling in my chest which is a tell-tale-sign for me that I either ate too much for supper or I am feeling an energy. Let us assume it is the latter :) I decided to leave the room and as I walked back through the viewing room I felt a presence behind me and for the first time, I saw an orb with my naked eye. The orb was very bright and came from behind me, moved towards the corridor and vanished. Being the professional investigator, I screamed and ran from the museum and did not stop until I reached the border. (NOT) :)I stopped and started to look around to see if I could find a possible cause. When I exhausted all the possibilities, I went to tell my fellow investigators.
Apparently, lightening can stroke twice for not 30 minutes later, I saw a second one. I will tell you more about that at another time :)
What should I bring?
* denotes items which would you should bring if you have them
• US Cash
• Video Camera*
• Voice Recorder*
• EMF Detector*
• Spare Batteries*
• Pen/Pencil and notepad
• Accommodations: View Hotels
There are a number of hotels nearby. Please note, the museum is located at the bottom of Wagner St (right of N Ogden St)