Sunday, November 13, 2016

13 Nov Black Hills Forest Blair Witch hunt.

Not much happened last night/early this morning under the bright super moon (biggest since 1948,) on our Blair Witch hunt to the Black Hills forest near Burkittsville Maryland. Except, on the way there, seeing a car coast...uphill. We did see this:
I did get some local historical facts:
The incidents all take place in The Black Hills Forest in Maryland. The Black Hills Forest was actually infamous even prior to the Europeans settlement in the 1600s. No native tribal Indians dared to venture into the area. The Black Hills Forest, was the home of the Blair Witch.   In the 1630s, Colonel Blair of England asked a local tribesman to help them on an expedition into the area. The native's response was to attempt sabotage to the expedition. Despite this setback, Blair and his men settled a fort there to help defend Lord Calvert's colony, to the east, against hostile Indian tribes. This fort was named after Colonel Blair, and became the ill-fated town of Blair, Maryland in 1634.

About 150 years later, in 1785, several children in the township of Blair, Maryland had accused an Irish-born woman named Elly Kedward of witchcraft.  She was convicted and banished to the woods in the middle of winter.  It was assumed she died from exposure.  The following year, in 1786, all of her accusers and half the town's children had vanished.  Fearing a curse, the entire township fled and vowed never to utter the name Elly Kedward again.

For nearly forty years, the town of Blair was a ghost town.  In 1809, a hand written book called "The Blair Witch Cult" was published.  It is now in a private collection.

In the 1820s, the abandoned property of Blair, MD was bought by a man named Burkitt. He purchased the property from the government, renovated the abandoned buildings, and rechristened the town after himself.  Burkittsville was founded in 1824, and still stands in Maryland today.

Just four years after the founding of Burkittsville, there was an incident involving a young child named Eileen Traecle.   This small child was wading in a very shallow stream before the eyes of at least a dozen eyewitnesses,  a ghostly white hand reached up from underneath the water and pulled Eileen Traecle in to it.  The water was reportedly less than a foot deep, yet the body of the little girl was never found.  For weeks afterward, several wooden stick figures mysteriously appeared in the creek bed, and the water itself became oily and contaminated for several months.

In 1886, a small girl named Robin Weaver had gotten lost.  Several days had gone by and a search party was organized to go out looking for her.  While the search party was out looking, the little girl returned alone.  Robin Weaver She claimed she had been walking in the woods and met a woman who was not so much walking as floating inches off the ground.  The woman took the girl by the hand and led her to a house in the woods, where she left the girl in the basement, claiming she would return.  The little girl sat in the basement for a long time awaiting the woman's return, but then she became scared and ran away.  Eventually she made her way back to the town.  However, after the little girl returned alone, the search party that had gone out after her had not returned.  So a second search party was organized to find them.  Their search ended at Coffin Rock, near the creek where Eileen Traecle had met her death less than fifty years before.   The second search party claimed they found the first search party stripped of all their clothes and belongings, and their bodies were tied to Coffin Rock.   Their intestines had been removed and their reproductive organs had been mutilated. On their chests, hands, feet, and foreheads, strange cryptic symbols had been painstakingly carved into their skin.  They rushed back into town for reinforcements, but upon a return to Coffin Rock, the bodies had disappeared.  There was evidence of blood and ropes on the rock, and the smell of death hung in the air, but the bodies were never found.

 In 1940, children began disappearing from the Burkittsville area.  The police were stumped, for there were no dependable witnesses or leads.  At that time there was a hermit named Rustin Parr, who had been brought up by an abusive father, and had taken to spending his life alone in the solitude of what was then and now known as the Black Hills Woods.  One day, Rustin Parr came into town from the woods and announced to anyone who cared to listen, "I am finally finished."  When asked what he was referring to, he would only repeat himself. The local authorities asked him to show them what he meant. He brought them back to an old shack where he lived in the woods.  In the basement they found evidence of several horrible acts of torture and homicide.  Outside the shack and a small distance away they found seven graves marked with piles of stones.  When the graves were dug up, the children's bodies were recovered.  Their bodies had been treated in much the same way as the accounts of the victims at Coffin Rock.  Symbols had been cut into their faces, chests, hands and feet and they had been disemboweled.They also discovered an eighth missing child, Kyle Brody, who was traumatized and found standing in the corner of the basement.  It was Kyle's testimony in court that helped convict Rustin Parr of murdering the seven children.  Rustin Parr admitted to the murders, saying the voice of an old woman told him to do these horrible deeds.  After the seventh death, the old woman's voice told him he was finally free.  He was sentenced to death by hanging, and his house was burned to the ground.

One has to imagine why the eighth missing child, Kyle Brody, was spared.  Could this child have been involved in the murders?  Upon closer examination of Kyle Brody's life, some very interesting things come to light.  None of the seven children knew each other, except for Kyle, who knew all of them.  As Kyle Brody grew up, he had a history of criminal behavior, and was committed to MSICI - the Maryland State Institute for the Criminally Insane in Baltimore where he spent a great deal of time during the 1950s and 1960s.

In 1969, a film documentary called White Enamel was made. It depicted the conditions in several mental institutions - most notably MSICI in Maryland where Kyle Brody was.  In the film there is footage of Kyle in his cell chanting the phrase, "Never Given!", the same phrase Rustin Parr had been heard screaming the night before his execution.  Kyle was filmed writing Transitus Fluvii - the witchcraft language.  The footage was examined by an expert who determined that it was indeed Transitus Fluvii.  Transitus Fluvii is a rare language, yet Kyle is seen writing it correctly, from right to left.


Saturday, November 12, 2016

SpookyHill

Saw the strangest thing as we approached the Black Hills Forest for tonight's Blair Witch hunt:

Monday, October 17, 2016

White Witch

White witch video

Went to the Renaissance Festival in Crownsville Maryland on Saturday.  Met with the psychic there.  Asked her if she knew about Elly Kenward.  She did not, but she knew a colleague nearby that did know about the Blair Witch.  She had her friend come over that afternoon.  Her friend channeled the Elli Kedward and said that she said she knew where I live and would come to me when the full moon was at it's highest as a white cat.  I just captured a white skunk and it does not leave.  I felt hunger and feed it. We sat there, eye to eye, me feeling strange emotions and imagining a terrible torture. t.A great weariness came over me and I fell asleep,.  When I awoke the m00n had moved about an inch (measured at arms length,) and the white skunk was gone.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Full m00n Friday

At Pusser's Caribbean Grill, dockside at Annapolis Harbor.  Preparing for a seance tomorrow in Crownsville Maryland at the Renaissance Festival.  A psychic from London is there and she claims that (for a fee) she can channel the spirit of Elly (The Blair Witch) Kedward.  Film tomorrow night. 

Friday, September 16, 2016

Harvest M00N

Full monty m00n tonight.
The Witch Hunt team is in place in the Black Woods of Burkettsville MD.
We have more IR cameras, more magnetic disturbance detectors, more witnesses, more mojo.
We have posted one proof of Elly Kedward's spirit (The Blair Witch.)
Tonight we hope to capture and post video.  I witnessed the spirit of Elly morph in to the fox on the right and confront an intruder.  My photo, my front yard.