EVPs at Lullaby Lane
EVPs - "Don't be scared of me" - "There is no Jean here" - "Please just leave us alone"
EVPs at Lullaby Lane (Ghost Hunters)
TAPS travels to San Bruno, California to do an investigation at a baby furniture store called Lullaby Lane.
Not much is experienced throughout the night but during the analysis they capture some of the best EVPs to date.
team checks out a family-run baby furniture and supply store.
believe that a long-deceased employee, Jean Brown, is lingering in the
store watching over them.
Second-generation owner Debra Gevertz-Licolli shows Jason and Grant
She indicates that most of the sightings have occurred in the
upstairs stock room.
That night, the team investigates the store from top to
Jason and Grant spot that the desk, where a chair is said to
have moved repeatedly, is positioned between a fuse box and electric
"The fear box," as it is known, indicates that the electromagnetic field
this arrangement generates can cause nausea, fatigue, fear and
Dave and Steve
spot a crack in the wall that allows sounds from the street to filter
inside the store, creating the impression it is being haunted.
outside and demonstrates just how easily the sound travels.
Jason review Steve and Dave's efforts and also hear three distinct
Electronic Voice Phenomena.
They determine it is a low, growling voice, which Dave finds creepy.
They translate the sounds as "Please just leave us alone," "There is no Jean," and "Where is Carrie?"
Debra's father, Hal, is invited to join her for the review of the team's
findings. Because the team had been there, more sounds were heard, and
an employee also saw the chair spin again.
Grant explains about the
"fear cage" and suggests that whenever an employee notices a symptom,
they step outside for a few minutes.
The three audio clips entrance the family while also spooking them.
Debra interprets the first clip to actually say, "Don't be scared of
She also thinks she hears the word "here" after "Jean."While
pleased to know it's not Jean, who is hopefully at peace, they are
intrigued by the voice but not scared.