ZOMBIE ROAD INVESTIGATION 2006





The Zombie Road Area Night Investigation in the West St. Louis County area was conducted on
Saturday, July 15, 2006  from 7:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Local weather conditions for this walk/investigation for the time period of 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. were
clear to partly cloudy, wind from the N/NE 7 to 9 mph shifting to E/SE 5 to 8 mph,  temperature was 93
degrees Fahrenheit dropping to 81, dew point was 66 rising to 70, barometric pressure was 30.08
rising to 30.12 and relative humidity was 40% rising to 69%.

Lunar data was a Waning Gibbous Moon at 79% Full. Solar X-Rays were normal and the Geomagnetic
Field was unstable.



A detailed history of this area can be found in our initial investigative report of 10/22/2005 for the
investigation conducted on October 22, 2005.  This was an additional follow up  to this earlier one.




For this multi-team investigation several film and digital still cameras, various video cameras with
night shot and infra red extenders, EMF meters, IR Thermometers, an ambient temperature
pyrometer, and a Russian radiation detector were used.




The investigative group gathered at the Wabash Frisco & Pacific (WF&P) Railroad in Glencoe, MO
between 7 and 8 p.m.

A team consisting of one group of investigators launched from the bottom to begin investigating.  The
remaining group of investigators proceeded to the Ridge Meadows Elementary School Parking Lot
and launched about  9 p.m. from the top of old Lawler Ford Road to begin investigating.  Both
investigative groups finished their investigation between 12 and 12:30 a.m.



1. Unexplainable hot and cold spots were experienced by many of the investigators present.

2. Anomalous lights and sounds were experienced by many present.

3. Sulphur/Gun Powder smells were observed by Tom and Greg during the last stretch of the trail
going to Glencoe.

4. Some investigators experienced a slight push, touch or grab by unseen forces.

5. Various investigators experienced unexplainable accelerated battery drains on their equipment.

6. Some investigators witnessed shadow like anomalies moving throughout the area.

7. EMF spikes of up to 7 milligauss were observed.  Base EMF for the entire area is "Zero".




Several digital and film still pictures were taken by various investigators along with several hours
worth of video and audio.   Full analysis of all gathered stills, video and audio will take some time to
complete.

Preliminary Analysis

In Process - Some Pictures posted on the Zombie Pics 4 page of this site and some EVP posted on the
Zombie EVP page.




Final Analysis & Results

This investigation added to the already wealth of anomalous pictures captured in this area and are
posted.



This was a follow up investigation to an earlier October 22, 2005 & November 5, 2005 investigation of
this area.  With the combined experiences between the two investigations and the evidence captured
including EVP's, photographs and various unexplainable phenomena; it is the opinion of Missouri
Paranormal Research that there is enough evidence to substantiate an actual haunting or existence
of paranormal activity in certain specific locations within this generic area.   




Gregory Myers, President
Paranormal Task Force
           Links For Further Information

Here are some links for further information concerning the Zombie Road Area
and its history.

ZOMBIE ROAD MYSPACE PAGE

JT's Zombie Road Page

Glencoe - From the Begining by Al Foster

Joker Grin's - Zombie Road Page

Gamers Impact Forum - Zombie Road Discussion
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INVESTIGATIVE REPORT OF ZOMBIE ROAD 07/15/2006
Report Completed 9/21/2006
History and Profile of Area
EQUIPMENT USED
Human Experiences and Oddities
INVESTIGATION
Potential Evidence for Analysis and Evaluation
Resulting Evidence
Conclusion
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