Housed in an old garage space in the Gowanus neighborhood, Douglass Recording opened after a half-decade of planning and development. Since opening, the studio has attracted stars such as Vanessa Carlton and Grace Mitchell.
Acting on a tip that indicated the studio was hosting a supernatural entity, BKPS reached out for comment. Chris Gilroy producer & house engineer at Douglass Recording stated “Ghosts can be felt in our walls…”. Continue reading “Spirits in the Studio”
As a means for communicating with the dead, the seance has a dicey reputation. The history of spirit channeling is mired in controversy and fraud. As a form of entertainment however, few things can surpass the seance for drama and theatrics. This ceremony of spirit-calling combines mysticism, showmanship, audience participation and, when done right, can offer spooky excitement.
Known in modern times for their Mexican Car Crash, our investigation in to the Charleston centers around a haunting event in 1889, in which a 53 year old widow was unable to find work and decided to tragically end it all by hanging herself from her own ceiling. Of course, this was before it was a bar known for its free pizza and punk shows. It is said that her restless spirit haunts the bar to this day.
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The Case of the Disappearing Aura was an investigation in to whether or not the human aura exists, and if so – could it be manipulated, and/or photographed. All information related to this investigation will be released in the near future. Continue reading “The Case of the Disappearing Aura”