On Saturday, December 5th, I was invited to investigate the Legacy Museum on Main (LaGrange, GA) with Georgia Paranormal Investigations, https://georgiaparanormalinvestigations.com/. I arrived the day before in order to give myself time to settle in–it’s a 6 hour drive from Florida–and visit the LaGrange Art Museum, https://lagrangeartmuseum.org/. Gee, I had a blast, and the investigation was very successful.
First, let me gush about the art museum. The museum is housed in the former jail. The sheriff and his family resided on the first floor separated from the male inmates. The second floor housed the females, children, and mentally unstable. There were at least 4 hangings conducted inside the jail. You wouldn’t know it from walking around. The interior is modern and appealing. Further, the current exhibit is from the permanent collection. There are excellent pieces of artwork on display. There’s an Annie Greene yarn artwork piece (https://anniegreene.com/). A couple of Reverend Howard Finster pieces (http://www.finster.com/). And a few pieces from Andy Warhol’s Cowboys and Indians series (1986), https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-andy-warhol-enthralled-wild-west. Admission is FREE! If you go, please consider making a donation. For $10, you get a button. I’m still wearing mine on my purse.
Instead of writing about the investigation, I’m going to link to reporter Shiann Sivell’s article, https://www.lagrangenews.com/2021/12/08/do-you-believe-in-ghosts-paranormal-team-finds-possible-hints-of-spiritual-activity-at-legacy-museum/?fbclid=IwAR01-vJM4MkzFPp2jWOG-dnUp8Z5XydmQ0zB1CfxYMrsgqSoUwFfCEdkEqA.
You can watch one of the several pieces of evidence that was gathered here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BV-BVHOapaY.
And be sure to check out the clips uploaded to the Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/GeorgiaParanormalInvestigations. While you’re there, click “like” to follow. The group has some incredible investigations scheduled for 2022.
There was a lesson in our investigation: Never judge a location before watching and listening to the evidence. One might have thought the location was quiet Saturday night. It wasn’t. All in a good, non demonic way.
Just like the art museum, the history museum is a gem! If you get the chance, stop in and visit. Make sure to have your digital recorder on!