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Friday 4th August 2017 – Swanbourne Railway
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Once again LPS made the short trip down the road to Leavesden Cemetery looking for evidence of the paranormal.
Jack the Ripper ?
Infamous for one particular occupant Aaron Kosminski who was admitted to Leavesden Asylum on 19th April 1894. Evidence suggested that he had been mentally unwell since 1885 and his insanity took the form of auditory hallucinations and a fear of being fed by other people. However Aaron Kosminski is infamous because he was suspected of being “Jack the Ripper” but this was never proven.
Many of the graves are unmarked and sunken and we will never know who is buried here apart from a few headstones of a later period that do remain. This cemetery is located down East Lane and is one of two cemeteries that were in the area.
Once again the cemetery provided to members present explainable activity that made for an interesting evening under a full moon. Some members heard their names being called by persons unseen and the team experienced cold spots in certain areas of the cemetery.
The name Paul was continually picked up and a sense that some buried in the cemetery were the victims of sexual abuse. Another name that came up repeatedly was Geoffrey while the Olvius three came up with Demon. While undertaking an Olvius three experiment and trying to contact a female spirit that was sensed nearby. The Olivus three came out with “She died”.
While the team did not find the grave of Aaron Kosminski probably due to the high leave of foliage everywhere at this time of the year. The Cemetery did not fail to disappoint.
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