We visited the Addicks Bear Creek cemetery on Saturday evening, May 13th, 2006 with the Texas Paranormal Meetup group.
This report continues from Houston – Addicks Bear Creek Cemetery article, page one.
We found no elevated EMF readings and no conclusive EVP during our May 2006 visit.
The following photo is typical of the few orb photos that we took during our investigation.
We’ve analyzed the three apparent anomalies using numbers to indicate them.
1. This orb is too bright, opaque, and irregular to be a ‘ghost orb’. It is probably an insect. I’m not sure whether the light area on or in front of the upright monument is natural or an anomaly.
2. This is probably an insect or a reflection of the orb indicated by #1. It may be a genuine anomaly–it is a circle and translucent–but with the light in the background and the vivid, buglike orb nearby, we have to discount it.
3. This is probably an insect, or it may be a distant light.
It’s possible that this cemetery is haunted, but we saw little evidence of it in May 2006.
Further investigations, especially around Halloween, might be more productive. The moved bodies plus unmarked graves suggest that some hauntings are likely. We just didn’t find much evidence to support that.
However, despite its convenience, this doesn’t seem to be a ‘hot spot’ for ghost research. Nearby Patterson Road is vastly better.