Jun 222013

Essex Train Station

essex train 2

On June 22, 2013 Spectral Solutions was honourably invited to participate in a Paranormal Investigation at this historic,  albeit tragic location.

Brief history 

 The Essex Railway Station is a restored historic site dating back to 1887 when the building was constructed, and Essex was the transportation hub of Essex county.  The building suffered major damage in 1807 when a rail car filled with nitro-glycerin exploded.   The building was restored at that time, and continued to serve the community for many years.  Eventually, passenger service was discontinued and the building stood empty.  Efforts to preserve the building began in 1975 and continued until the completion of the restoration in 1994.

The Investigation

Jun 142013


Our first Ghost Hunt of 2013

We  are having a camp out at Heritage Village.  Ghost stories around the camp fire followed by an unlimited midnight ghost hunt.

Hot Dogs and fixings will be available prior to hunt compliments of Spectral Solutions and a Continental breakfast served in the morning.

Come out and join us as we visit the spirits of the past..Whiskey Jack..Sam the Conductor and Mrs. Waggot.  Just a few of the spirits still occupying the buildings.

June 29, 2013.  8pm to 8am..Arrive by 8pm to set up camp.

Tickets $20.00 and proceeds donated to Heritage Village.

Email us at for your tickets today!! 

heritage camp out

Apr 252013

Duff-Baby House 1796

duff baby house

On April 25, 2013 Spectral Solutions was delighted to have the opportunity to conduct a Paranormal Investigation at this very historical location. 

Brief history

Duff-Baby House was built between 1792 and 1798 and is considered to be the oldest building in Windsor. The house was built by Alexander Duff as a fur trading post. In 1807 the building was bought by James Baby and was also used as the headquarters of the US General Harrison until it was ravaged by the  British during the War of 1812.

This house was refinished as James Baby’s residence in 1816 and is located in Olde Sandwich Town, which is the oldest part of Windsor, where settlements date back to the mid 18th century. 

The Investigation

The team arrived at 7pm to begin our investigation.  We were greeted once again by Madelyn and Heather (Francois Baby House curators) as well as Rosemarie and Rob.  Rosemarie is an archaeologist/sensitive who has performed “archaeological digs” at this location and also was a great source of “paranormal” information from what she has experienced at this location.

We began with a tour of the premises and was directed to the “hot spots”as per the stories  gathered from employees and Rosemarie herself.  We set up our equipment in these locations, broke off into two teams and began our investigation.

At certain points throughout this investigation what may have been footsteps in hallways were heard and an investigator heard whispers in real time from the exact spot where “the Woman in White” apparition was sighted.  Madelyn and an investigator witnessed a strange green light (without source) in an upstairs closet where a “young male spirit” was seen crouching as if hiding from someone.  We had placed a baby monitor in this closet in hopes of capturing sounds/voices in our absence as we moved throughout the house.  After the strange light appeared in the closet we returned to the main floor when we heard sounds coming through the monitor’s receiver. No other persons were upstairs at this time but what could be called electrical interference was emitting through the receiver. This was the only occasion this was noted.  The sensitives in the group had experienced, on multiple occasions, feelings of other energies present and all accounts coincided to the same locations.  On a few occasions our infrared motion detector trap camera was triggered, however, nothing was ever caught on camera and no logical explanation for its activation was determined.  Upon review of our digital recorders it was discovered that many evp were captured and are available below.  

At 11pm we concluded our investigation and thanked the ladies for another wonderful and insightful history lesson and the opportunity to experience the spirits of our past.


Class A EVP                                           Class B EVP


Apr 192013

~Tecumseh, Ontario~

A team member was contacted regarding photographs take in a Tecumseh home and the possibility of spirits captured.  An evening was arranged for us to view the photos as our opinion was requested by the home owners.  Two team members attended this viewing but prior to viewing the photos the team members did some individual “meditation” regarding the photo and compared impressions. Continue reading »