Page 4 of 6The weekend was...unbelievable. Upon entering the inn, I instantly knew that it was a "busy" place but not entirely of the bodily/tangible kind. There's just so much history and so much atmosphere within its walls, it whispers to you as you walk its floors. Really.
Aside from the exercise with pen and paper and senses which we were asked to do, the entire experience was phenomenal. The exercise itself was eye-opening in that it allowed you to attune yourself to your surroundings in your own time and space which is important. First impressions are outstandingly accurate and the exercise took that importance into consideration. The fact that we were working as a "team" was important and we all had a distinct "rapport" with each other which was not only refreshing but critical - especially in an investigative situation such as this.
As for the experience itself? Captivating! Four sets of eyes cannot be wrong! We all were witnesses to something totally tangible (cold spots/atmospheric distortion) and intangible (no specific facial/physical features to the entity in question) at the same time. And we were all very aware of the change in atmosphere within the room itself. It was almost as if the entities were waiting for the right time to make themselves known and, perhaps, for the right number of people to whom to make themselves known! The combined sensitivity within the room (we were all very aware of our surroundings having experienced countless similar situations) was a factor, I'm sure, behind the success of the visitation. And we were all objective observers though working and existing as a team.
I'd be curious to return in order to secure more obvious "proof" of its existence. The laser pointer was really making it agitated (way to go, Matt!), and yet it was the laser pointer that helped us to realize that it was indeed "there". I knew it wouldn't hurt us and that it was just as curious of us as we were of it; however, the stories of the "Shiva" creature in the back room were making me not just a tad uncomfortable!!!!!! I had the distinct impression that we were under constant observation at the inn and that any and all comments were being savored for use at a later time!