Welcome to the all new Oddity Files Blogs.

Each of our investigators now have their own personal blog pages where you can find more information about their backgrounds, thoughts, experiences, investigations and more. Please check them out!

Kitsie’s Blog Tony’s Blog Clayton’s Blog Jon’s Blog

Or you can view all of our blog entries below:


 

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Oddity Files presents … The OddiSodes: Stepp Cemetery – Searching for the lady in white.

Oddity Files : August 9, 2017 4:36 pm : Clayton's Blog, Episodes, Kitsie's Blog

https://vimeo.com/228228647

Oddity Files: OddiSodes are a new addition to the Oddity Files library. They are more like episodes for those with ADD. Straight to the point, and action packed.

Clayton Abbott and Kitsie Duncan of the Oddity Files Crew head to Stepp Cemetery, located in the heart of the Morgan-Monroe state forest in Indiana.

The urban legends and stories from this location are legendary

The main story one hears about this location is of the lady in white, the mother of Baby Lester, allegedly buried in a makeshift grave in 1987.

Folklore says she comes out at night, sits on her stump and cries over a child taken too soon.

Lets see what the evidence has to say.


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Oddity File: Culbertson Mansion (Full Episode) Spirit Communication Paranormal Evidence

Oddity Files : July 23, 2017 10:52 pm : Episodes, Kitsie's Blog

https://youtu.be/4u1WrM2PHHw

On the banks of the Ohio River just outside of Louisville Kentucky sits this grand home.

Nestled among several homes from a time forgotten.

Culbertson Mansion reflects the affluence of a man once considered to be the wealthiest in Indiana. In 1867, William S. Culbertson spent about $120,000 to build his majestic home in New Albany.

Culbertson invested much of his wealth in New Albany. He funded and supervised the construction of the Culbertson Widows Home, and founded the Cornelia Memorial Orphans Home, named for the second of his three wives.

Oddity files is honored to be the fist paranormal team to be allowed to investigate this amazing masterpiece. And tell the stories that lie within.

Dr Webb the murderous dentist story debunked. Just another Urban Legend.


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Oddity File: Wonder Box home session with Kitise (she finds out she has a spirit attachment) REAL ghost communication

Oddity Files : May 22, 2017 9:25 pm : Episodes, Kitsie's Blog

https://youtu.be/gzOy-OOxqe4

Kitsie was doing an Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC) experiment with the wonder box. She ended up finding out a spirit from a past investigation had attached himself to her. (this was originally recorded just for research purposes, and was never intend to be posted anywhere)

Apps used were the Spiritus App and the Portal Plus app.


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That glowing ball of light though

Oddity Files : February 9, 2017 7:10 pm : Kitsie's Blog

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Still not sure what this is, the one thing I am certain of, it is NOT dust. Thanks Daniel Robinson for this awesome GIF!!

Why does it pulsate?? What’s the X in the middle, enquiring minds want to know. @ us on twitter with your thoughts @OddityFiles.


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Holy, Moly it’s been a while.

Oddity Files : November 5, 2014 3:03 pm : Blog, Kitsie's Blog

Hey guys and girls,

Sorry it’s been so long since we’ve gotten part 2 of season 2 up and running. The real life job got in the way. But weeeeeeeee’re back. And hoping to have a new episode every 3 to 4 weeks for you to finish out season one. Right now you can view our newest episode where we investigate the Guyer Opera House in Lewisville, IN. This place was extremely active, so many personal experiences with just about everyone on the crew. so please head on over to GetScared.TV and see for yourselves.

Also, I was able to sit in on a couple of Paranormal Panels lately at a couple of different Wizard World shows. Ans on Halloween I was able to sit in on one about Ouija Boards with Talking Board expert Robert Murch, Paranormal Pop Culture expert Aaron Sagers, and Michelle Belanger of Paranormal State fame. It was good to hear what I had been thinking for a very long time, using a Talking Board or and Ouija Board is NO DIFFERENT than what we do by using a K2, spirit box, or any other device while trying to communicate with spirits. This is something I have been thinking for a while.

I too had a horrifying experience with and Ouija Board back in the day, but I now know why, it’s because I wasn’t ready to actually communicate at that time, so it was very scary. After the panel the group headed over to another room, and there were enough Ouija Boards for the entire group. So after a bit I sat down and did an Ouija board session with Aaron and Michelle. it was pretty uneventful (as we all know any thing paranormal can be from time to time) but I think I finally got over my fear of this what is in a intents and purposes a game they sell retail outlets. Fortunately I was one of the few who got to take one home, so I am hoping I will be able to talk the crew into trying one at a future investigation.

Head on over to our facebook page and get involved in the Talking Board conversation over there: facebook.com/OddityFiles

Here are some pics from the Ouija Board Panel at Wizard World Comic Con Ohio (yes it was Halloween, and yes that’s why I’m dressed like Sandy from grease):

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Thanks for checking in!!

Kitsie


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