Private Residence Oxford 4
Case Evidence Review
Location: Oxford - Private Residence
Date and Time of Case: July 17, 2010 -
Team Members: 6
Claims from Occupants: A bathroom cabinet that was placed in the hallway during their recent remodel was moved the length of the 40 foot hall. Only two people were in the home when the cabinet was moved and neither one of them moved it. They witness shadows, hear footsteps and the doorbell rings without anyone ringing it. A male voice has called their name and the dog refuses to go into the living room or dining room. Also, the dog barks at one spot in the house every time it is near it.
Equipment Placement: 4 stationary cameras were used throughout the home. We placed one in the kitchen area, one in the living room area, one in the main hallway and one in the attic. 2 audio recorders were used, one placed in the attic and the other placed on a table between the living room and kitchen area. The monitoring station was placed outside the home.
Investigation Findings: We rotated teams throughout the night inside the home. The only piece of evidence we captured was on audio, it was a tapping sound that could not be traced. The tapping sound was heard that night during the investigation but we were unable to find its source. We captured nothing on video.