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Savage Mills Investigation

We will be meeting at the Mill and splitting up into smaller groups to go around and see what we can capture. We will not be able to get into the stores as they will all be closed. We will start at 9 and be there until about midnight.

A few of us went to the Mill for an investigation and to check it out for more of our members to come. We got several evps, including the one of a little girl. Check out the history on this place.

The Savage Mill is a historic cotton mill complex in Savage, Maryland, which has been turned into a complex of shops and restaurants. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1] It is located in the Savage Mill Historic District. Buildings in the complex date from 1822 to 1916.

The mill was started in the 1820s by Amos Williams and his three brothers. They named it and the town in which it still stands after John Savage, who lent them the money to start the business. The main product was cotton duck, used for sailcloth and a wide variety of other uses. Power was originally obtained by damming the Little Patuxent River, which runs adjacent to the mill property. In later years steam engines were used. The mill was served by a spur off the Patuxent branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and in the 1870s a Bollman Truss Bridge was moved to the spur. This bridge survives and is the only one of its kind left.

The oldest remaining mill structure is the stone carding and spinning building, probably built between 1816 and 1823. The mill was expanded before 1881, and that expansion included the brick tower with Romanesque overtones. Other buildings include the weaving shed, preparation area, paymaster's office, and several early-20th century warehouses and power plants.[2]

After World War II the demand for canvas dropped considerably, and the mill shut down in 1947. By this time the complex consisted of twelve buildings.

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  • Diane Miron G.

    Didn't get any responses on my evps. The only thing I experienced was my left leg became cold in the paymasters office. T was nice to see everyone! i

    November 26, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I enjoyed the ghost hunting tour at the Savage Mill in Jessup, Md. last night. Upon entering the mill, immediately i felt the energy of spirits.
    I knew exactly where their presence were all of time. When Ronda conducted the first E.V.P there was a spirit that came forth and he was happy that we were there. His name was David. His presence felt freindly and he liked the attention. During that time i felt and saw an older dominant woman that walked down the hall and stood next to me. She looked at us all and she did not mind us being there. Her energy faded out. About an hour later we attempted another E.V.P.session with David, and there were different people in our group whom were not with us during first one. Outside going to the tunnel i felt that we were being watched and were not welcomed at that tunnel. I'am too short to look in side but,i felt that two entities were told to hide from camera's by something demonic. I felt there were more than one murder that took place there.

    November 25, 2012

  • Margaret E.

    I think everyone enjoyed themselves. Too much walking for me but that is ok.

    November 25, 2012

  • Melissa G.

    Great building! Love the history it holds. Only Wish we had the place to ourselves but hopefully someone got some good EVP's in the back hallway or pictures.

    November 25, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I hope I have the right meeting area...the old mill entrance I believe is the main entrance...

    November 24, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Is there ANY room for me to come?? Please!! I'd love to. Let me kno on here if I can take anyone's place or if u have room for one more. Thanks

    November 23, 2012

  • Diane Miron G.

    I will be getting off work at 9:15..will be running late...but will be there

    1 · November 21, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Danny is coming home for Thanksgiving and since I don't get to see him that often, I'm gonna spend the weekend with him.

    November 13, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Please please please!!!! I wanna go so bad. I'm on the waiting list tho 

    August 31, 2012

    • Margaret E.

      Ariel first thing you need to do is get the title of investigator. Please, send me an email to do this asap so you can go. Thanks.

      September 20, 2012

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