The Osnaburg Bar has a history of floating shadows and unexplained sounds. Under my direction, as the the founding member of Scottish Paranormal, the team travelled north to find out, what was happening in the Osnaburg Bar.
Whistles, bumps, thuds and unexplained noises were evident but no conclusion was reached on the source.
This is somewhat a favourite of mine, to be completely honest, for a whole host of reasons. Could it be the excellent Bryan Boyle and the hit after hit on mediumistic terms, considering I personally took him by car and he had no foreknowledge. However, it possibly may be the whistles and noises captured on the equipment, with no real source in physical terms ever being found.
The Osnaburg Bar has a history of floating shadows and unexplained sounds.
As highlighted in a feature by retired journalist Laurie Rogers, these have been attributed to the spirit of a chimney sweep who died in the flat above.
During the Investigation my electronic voice specialist Graeme Baxter, checked the tapes and caught two voices coming from the cellar—one telling him to get out and another of a man’s name.
Manageress Donna Cruickshank said, “It was extremely interesting, especially when Bryan became old customers.
“I will look forward to reading the report.”
Brian Boyle, could also tell that the bar area layout had been changed and even pointed to one such area and said that there used to be a corridor. Of course, he was perfectly correct!
He also came up with a Masonic lodge feeling, there are signs of this on the floorboards, which have a carpet over them. There was no way he could have seen this and to me this further strengthens the evidence towards some people having a unique ability not understood by science.
Will I even go back to this location in the future? Never say never!
“The Osnaburg Bar has a history of floating shadows and unexplained sounds.”
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