This is a beautiful old stone foundation of a once bustling party castle, and rumored brothel. It is about a two minute walk up a hiking trail, and is fully open to the public. At the trail head there is a kiosk with the history of the castle, which included a devastating fire. It was nice to get some more practice investigating outdoors, as there is a lot more ambient noise to sort through. We caught nothing out of the ordinary in our audio or photos. We did have some strange hits on the EMF detector while we were in the basement.
From the front:
Back entrance to basement:
We started the investigation with our usual EMF sweep, and had no fluctuations. Then all of the sudden we started to get spikes in one spot. We tried switching the rock it was on, as well as where in the room it was. It seemed to only happen around the same spot, but it didn't seem to matter what surface it was on, as it even had a couple spikes while in my hand. This particular EMF detector is centered around 3GHz, so it can potentially pick up the higher end radio frequencies. However, it needs to be within around three feet of a wireless router (2.7GHz) to get a reading, so any radio frequencies floating through the woods of West Chesterfield would have to have an extremely high amplitude to register on the detector.