WE WANT TO THANK JC LANFORD, HIS FAMILY, AND ELIZABETHTOWN KENTUCKY
FOR INVITING US TO COME INVESTIGATE THE MORRISON MASONIC LODGE! THANKS ALSO TO DAVE JONES, SCOTT LADRIGAN AND HENRY
FOISTER OF PARA-X FOR COMING AS WELL AND AIRING THIS LIVE NOT ONLY ON PARAXVISION, BUT ON PARA-X RADIO WITH "PARANORMAL
VIEW" RUN BY HENRY, CRAIG, PATTY AND JEFF. ALSO, THANKS TO PAST OF KENTUCKY FOR COMING BY AND HELPING US WITH OUR
DATYTIME RECON OF THE SITE. STAN AND HIS TEAM WERE GREAT AND WE SHARED STORIES AND IDEAS. JC'S FATHER BILL AND
HIS MOM WE MET FRIDAY NIGHT AT JC'S DINNER EXTRAVAGANZA, AND WE HAD A NICE TIME THAT EVENING. HIS MOM MAKES THE BEST
CUPCAKES BY THE WAY! IT TURNS OUT THAT JC'S WIFE IS FROM NEAR THE LINCOLN BIRTHPLACE AND KNOWS ALL THE HISTORY OF THE
LINCOLN'S BEING A RELATIVE OF HERS!
WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK TWYLANE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE "BROWN-PUSEY" HOUSE FOR GIVING US A TOUR OF THIS
GREAT 180 YEAR OLD BUILDING, WHICH WAS SUCH A PART OF THE HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND ITS PEOPLE!
We want to thank everyone around the world who watched
us live, downloaded us to your ipad, iphone or blackberry! 42,000 people tuned in to be a part of history in the first
ever televised paranormal investigation from inside a Masonic Lodge! Members of P.A.S.T. of KY™ that were on hand
to assist were: Stan Howard, Julie Howard, Bob Villanueva, Rebecca Ricks and Blane Willcut. We were happy to meet this
team of profesionals and they are a great bunch to work with. Thanks to our fans in the chat room, especially Bob NIchols,
who picked up Henry and drove down from Ohio to be part of our investigation. Bob was a big help with his dowsing
rods in getting to talk to "Abby" the little girl ghost who we met! Thanks Bob!
HENRY GETTING READY FOR HIS SHOW!
Thanks to JC and his father Bill, for all of his patience and
great stories! We were made to feel right at home. Dave Jones directed things from his production trailer provided
by JC enterprise. Scott Ladrigan is a great guy who we were grateful to have helping us all weekend! While we all had
things happen, even Bill had things happen while sitting in his office! A code was tapped out and as soon as we can
decipher it we will let you know.
JC's dad, Bill, a freemason himself, helped us out that
night when while sitting in his office, he heard what sounded like morse code being tapped on the wall. He wrote it
down and gave it to me, so i did the best I could at breaking it down and translating it and here is what I found.
... -.-. ...- .. ...- --- = SCVIVO
In any investigation, you are given a piece
of the puzzle and while I do not know what those letters mean, at some point someone may.
Thanks to the members of Morrison Masonic Lodge #76 F & AM, ELIZABETHTOWN
KENTUCKY for allowing us to investigate this great historic site!!!!
Southern hospitality is really great! If you have not experienced it,
we reccomend you try it!
In December of 1862, General John Hunt Morgan's raiders attacked
the railroad trestle in town in order to halt the supply line to General Rosecran's Army. Memebers of the Sixth Kentucky(confederate)
were raised in this area now they fired Ten pound parrot cannon from on top of the cemetery hill to oust the yankess.
After some fighting, most of the union soldiers surrendered, despite their commanders wishes. The Union commander had
actually sent a messenger to General Morgan demanding his surrender. Morgan laughed and shelled the town and won the
day, capturing the entire union forces, but not before a cannon ball lodged in a building in the square. Actually,
the masonic lodge was hit by many shots and later repaired.
In 1871, George Armstrong Custer's 7th cavalry, company A, occupied
Elizabethtown. The army was here to stop the KKK and to rid the south of carpetbaggers. Both he and his wife stayed
in the "Aunt Beck Hill House", now known as the "Brown-Pusey" house. This house sits right behind
the masonic lodge and JC was able to get Doug and I into it early Saturday. After awhile, he and his wife "Libby"
had their things sent for and they moved into a cottage behind the house, where the present day gardens are. Libby Custer
said of Elizabethtown; "It is the dullest, stillest town ever, nothing can be heard all day except for the Sherriff calling
hear ye three times as each case comes up at the courthouse. It was said that Custer played chess with a judge in a
nearby lodge....I wonder if that could be the same lodge we are investigating????
Before we left on Sunday morning, JC took us to the Railroad Trestle
and the creek the runs nearby. Thomas Lincoln, Abe's father, lived in Elizabethtown where their first daughter was born.
They then moved to a farm near sinking spring Kentcuky where son Abraham was later born. When abe was 7, they passed
over this bridge into Elizabethtown on their way to Indiana.