Tuesday, November 13, 2012


This is the cemetery where the victims of Starvation Heights are laid to rest. This cemetery is only marked by the grave markers. There is no parking at this cemetery but the entrance is located across the road from a fence.


Linda Burfield Hazzard was the first doctor in the United States to earn a medical degree as a "fasting specialist." In 1908 she published a book, Fasting For The Cure Of Disease, promoting fasting as a cure for virtually every ailment, including cancer. She created a "sanitarium", Wilderness Heights, in Olalla, Washington, where inpatients fasted for days, weeks or months, on a diet of small amounts of tomato and asparagus juice and occasionally, a small teaspoon of orange juice. While some patients survived and publicly sang her praises, more than 40 patients died under her care, most from starvation. Local residents referred to the place as "Starvation Heights". In 1912 she was convicted of manslaughter for the death of Claire Williamson, a wealthy Australian woman, who weighed less than 50 pounds at the time of her death. At the trial it was proved that Hazzard had forged Williamson's will and stolen most of her valuables. Williamson's sister, Dorothea, also took the treatment, and only survived because a family friend showed up in time to remove her from the compound. She was too weak to leave on her own, weighing less than 60 pounds. She later testified against Hazzard at trial. Hazzard was sentenced to 2 to 20 years in prison, which she served in the Washington State Penitentiary at Walla Walla. She was released on parole on December 26, 1915 after serving two years, and the following year Governor Ernest Lister gave her a full pardon. She and her husband, Samuel Christman Hazzard, moved to New Zealand, where she practiced as a dietitian and osteopath until 1920. In 1920 she returned to Olalla, Washington and opened a new sanitarium, known publicly as a "school of health" since her medical license had been revoked, and continued to starve patients until it burned to the ground in 1935; it was never rebuilt. Linda Burfield Hazzard died in 1938 while attempting a fasting cure on herself.


These are photos of what lies in the ground in memory of the victims of this madwoman. They are saying that the headstones of the victims were removed due to popularity of the public in search of researching and playing around. Taking the original stones away will make it less likely for those to come up. However, these victims now have no names, but we came up with respect and curiosity of our evidence. Here below are some photos of the stakes.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

FlashLight Communication - Buena Vista Cemetery

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

Is this William Talbot?

William Talbot was a co-owner of the Pope & Talbot Company who ran the Old Port Gamble Mill. We caught this apparition on inside the Old House inside the Port Gamble Mill. We asked for an apparition and this is what we received!!!

Port Gamble House located INSIDE the Mill Site.

This is the apparition photo that we believe could be William Talbot - What do you think?
 Profile of William Talbot - Pope & Talbot Mill Company

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Port Gamble Mill, WA 10.27.10 EVPs

Tonight was very interesting...we caught some great EVPs in less than 3mins. Sadly, they weren't so nice. Let us know what you think they said. We're pretty sure of our guess to what they were saying. Not sure if it was to us or residual.

-- "A Whistle"

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Some of our recent EVP's

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Tell us what you personally think is being said. We are very proud of these EVP's. Location and our guess is above each Clip. Please Comment with your opinions.

1. This one was taken at The Buena Vista Cemetery located in Port Gamble,WA. We were showing our respect to a lady named Maria Kimble. This night we kept hearing and seeing things, but of course personal is not good evidence. So as Suzy was stating before this clip, ''we keep hearing voices but no clue where they are coming from'' this is the responds to her after silence hit.

-- "She was Talking (Female)''

2. This was taken at the Island Center Cemetery. We all had the feeling of un-welcomed and this sure told us the truth. Some of the Investigators came up with one conclusion.
-- ''Go Home (Male)''

3. This was taken with our EVP Session at Island Center on Bainbridge Island.Our Investigators were trying to ask what it said. This is what it responded during there questions to each other.

4. We were investigating Buena Vista Cemetery, Port Gamble,WA. We were having pains in our body, and this is what decided to give us advice.
-- "It's Alright (female)"

5. We were speaking to Gustave the 1st US Navy man to die in the Pacific. During our investigation, we got this same sound three times with no apparent idea as to debunking it. We were trying our best to debunk this noise, since the two investigators who were doing the reading did not hear these noises outside the camera.
-- A Bell or Cannon Fire 1

-- A Bell or Cannon Fire 2

-- A Bell or Cannon Fire 3

Friday, October 15, 2010

Team in Action Cont....

 Toni & Corey fixing some of our Equipment
 Toni & Suzy working on an EVP
John working on the Energy Field of one of our
Popular Sites (Patrick Canavaugh)