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bridging science
and parascience

Rolling Hills Paranormal Research Center

11001 Bethany Center Road, East Bethany, NY

Rolling Hills event

The investigation here was in conjunction with a three day lecture series held at the Holiday Inn in Batavia, NY, hosted by Darkness Radio and Ideal Event Management. Kitt's primary purpose in attending was to assess the value of such events for the rest of the group. Although it was a terribly expensive weekend (particularly considering Kitt's limited budget), he found it to be a very worthwhile event. The "investigation" part seemed too crowded and uncontrolled to collect any reasonable evidence, but this turned out to be untrue, and Kitt felt the value of the lectures alone was worth the combined price of admission, food, lodging, transportation, etc. He met and spoke one-on-one with several of the guest lecturers, including Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, Dave Schrader, Patrick Burns, and was even invited to lunch with Karyn Reece, Michelle Reeves, and others.

Kitt did not take notes with regard to anecdotes, as it was too difficult and fluid an environment to interview people properly. Rolling Hills PRC's web site was once an invaluable resource regarding the location, but appears to be no longer accessible.

Although the event provided Kitt with many new experiences and acquaintances, the highlight of the investigative aspects was clearly an episode he refers to as the "red light / green light" event. In the wee hours of the morning he came across a sensitive named Penny who claimed to be playing the children's game with a young ghost (using an audio recorder's LED to indicate stop or go), which the following clip seems to validate. The game went on for hours, with the alleged presence both "winning" and "losing," implying that the (as claimed by others) cause was not due to the recorder's voice activation function.

Please note, this is a very large file (23 mb), so it is not set to autoload. The clip is a one minute (approximate) excerpt from fifteen minutes of video recorded. We also have about ninety minutes of audio from this encounter on file, and Kitt was only present for a part of the "game."

"Red Light, Green Light"


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Although this clip is nearly the only objective piece of evidence he caught, it is an extremely impressive one, and Kitt regards his list of personal experiences and reports of the experiences of other attendees highly.