(A picture of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building before the bombing.)
On November 1st, 2012 our team did an investigation at the Alfred P. Murrah Building Memorial. Our team means no disrespect to the friends and families of the victims by doing this investigation. We just wanted to see if we could make contact with anybody and if they had any messages to impart on us. We tried to keep it non invasive as possible. We only brought a camera, audio recorder, and the ghost box. Stephanie brought shards of glass that her mother had kept from the original building. We didn't get any physical activity while we were there, although we took a few photos, and recorded some audio.
When we turned on the ghost box the first word to come out without any prompting was, "government". Destiny and Stephanie then proceeded to ask, "What building is this?". They received a response from four different voices and it was all the same answer, "Murrah". Our team let it run a few moments of it's own accord. We heard a man and a woman having a conversation-man, "do you work here?", -woman, "yes", -man, "do you live in this area?", -woman, "yes, I do.". Before we turned off the ghost box we asked, "Can you say good bye?" and we got a response from a man saying, "go".
Here are the pictures that were taken:
This is a picture of the reflection pool, the time on the clock signifies the time the bombing occured.
A length wise view of the reflection pool.
Another length wise view of the reflection pool.
There is a face in this orb.
This is a picture of one of the chairs that represent the victims of the bombing.
A wider view of the memorial chairs.
This is a message spray painted on the wall of the memorial.
This is a mural made for the victims of the bombing by children in Oklahoma.
Our team meant no disrespect by doing this investigation. Our prayers and condolences continue for the friends, families, and victims of this tragedy.