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Case # 046 - Historic Lighthouse

Located in Cheboygan, Michigan, the Cheboygan River Front Range Light was constructed in 1880 to guide vessels into the Cheboygan River from Lake Huron. It is still an active aid to navigation today. The lighthouse is owned and operated by the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association. This was our second investigation at this amazing lighthouse!

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Basic Investigation Information

Location: Cheboygan, MI - Date: 10/27/2012
Start Time: 11:00 PM - End Time: 7:00 AM

Solar, Lunar, Weather

Moon Phase: 97% of full - Waxing Gibbous
Solar/Geomagnetic Activity: Active, Quiet
Weather: Partly Cloudy, Cold Temperature: Around 35°

Investigators at Location

4 investigators present.. Felicia Rodriguez, Tom Nohel, Martin Garcia, Monica Lerma

Client Claims

A keepers son died in the lighthouse from Polio, and at least one lighthouse keepers was laid in state in the building. The wife of the last Office in Charge during the Coast Guard era also claims she was visited by an apparition of a man in a Sou-wester who informed her that everything was alright when her husband was working at an offshore light one night.

About The Building

Very big lighthouse, with 2 floors and a continuing wooden stairway that leads to the tower. Two bedrooms on the 2nd floor, also with a couple of other small rooms. The main floor consists of a living room, dining room, kitchen/giftshop, office in the back, and a few other small rooms along with the bathroom. There's also a basement with a storage room.

Equipment Placement

We had 5 cameras recording.. IR cam 1: in what could be the master bedroom, facing the bed and doorway into hallway; IR cam 2: in what could be the kids' bedroom, facing the beds; IR cam 3: in the lighthouse tower, facing down the center of the stairway toward the main floor; IR cam 4: in the living room. facing into the hallway that leads to the stairway; IR cam 5: in the dining room, facing into the living room.

We had 5 voice recorders running.. one in the tower of the lighthouse, one in the middle of the 2 bedrooms, one in the living/dining area, one in the basement, and the 5th was carried around by teams as they investigated. We also had a EMF detector, a K-II meter, a thermal detector, 2 digital thermometers, and digital cameras.. along with our other usual equipment.

Setting Up

We got to the location before 6:00 pm. After talking with the Executive Director of the GLLKA, doing some filming and getting a tour of the place, we started setting up equipment. We set up "central base" in one of the small rooms on the very back of the lighthouse. Once we had the cameras set up and running.. we took photos, temp. and EMF readings.. and did a test session with our recorders. Then we went lights out. We took about 20 minutes of silent treatment before the first team went inside for their session..

Investigative Teams

Felicia Rodriguez, Tom Nohel
Investigated: Both Bedrooms, Lighthouse Tower, Livingroom
Approx. Time Inside: 1 hour / Personal Experiences: No

Martin Garcia, Monica Lerma
Investigated: Both Bedrooms, Tower Stairs, Livingroom
Approx. Time Inside: 1 hour / Personal Experiences: No

Tom Nohel, Martin Garcia
Investigated: Basement
Approx. Time Inside: 45 mins. / Personal Experiences: Possible

Felicia Rodriguez, Monica Lerma
Investigated: Livingroom
Approx. Time Inside: 45 mins. / Personal Experiences: Possible

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