WEATHER & EQUIPMENT
INFORMATION

Weather: Mostly cloudy, 68 degrees, 76% humidity, 29.99" and falling barometric pressure
Solar Activity: Active
Geomagnetic Activity: Quiet
Moon Phase: Full Moon, 99% of full

Equipment Used:  Nikon Cool Pix L11 Digital Camera, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera; Sony Cybershot DSC-W5 Digital Camera

Sony Handycam DCR-HC38 Mini DV Camcorder, IR light extender

Olympus VN-4100 Digital Voice Recorder,  Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder; Olympus VN-4100PC Digital Voice Recorder

Extech 42520 IR non-contact thermometer, La Crosse Technology's IR101 Infrared Thermometer, Mastercool Pocket IR thermometer, Oregon Scientific EM899 digital thermometer, Max-Min Thermometer/Hygrometer

3-Cell Sensor EMF Meter; 5-ELF Zone EMF Meters, Osun Radiation Finder, 2-Trifield Natural EM Meter, Gauss Lites EMF meter, Hutech EMF meter, Dr. Gauss Meter EMF Meter

3 - Streetwise MAAC Motion Detector

2-Cobra Cleartalk FRS radio, 2-Uniden FRS radio, 2-Bellsouth FRS radio

Film:
All Digital Format
Tapes: DVD

- Library Company of Burlington: Burlington, NJ -

Date Of Investigation: 03-07-08
Time: 9:30pm – 1:10am
Investigators on Scene:
Rosalyn Bown, Linda Flatt, Jaymi Cook
Photos taken (digital):
459
Photos taken (35mm): N/A
Positive Photos (digital): 28
Positive Photos (35mm): N/A
EVP's: 11
Anomalous EMF readings: 0
Anomalous temperature changes: 0
Positive Motion Sensor Readings: 0
Video: N/A

CASE INFORMATION
 
This was SJGR's 2nd or follow-up investigation of this Burlington County landmark.  The Library Company of Burlington Free Library is housed in a building dating from 1864.  However, the library and some of its collection dates back to 1758, the second oldest library in New Jersey and the seventh in the nation.
  Click HERE to see the results of our 1st investigation.

Approximately 6% of the photos taken during the investigation contained energy orb anomalies, which falls within the normal range of expected percentages, so they don't factor into the overall evidence.  However, some photos correspond to events investigators were experiencing at the time the photo was taken.  No positive anomalous EMF, temperature readingsor motion sensor readings were recorded during this investigation, and video equipment was not used.  An above average amount of EVPs were obtained.


CASE PHOTOS

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11:25pm - Investigator Flatt took this photo at random.


12:48am - Investigator Cook took this photo in the stacks after an investigator reported being touched by an unseen hand.


1:00am - Investigator Flatt took this photo at random.


 


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