TUSCALOOSA PARANORMAL RESEARCH GROUP

Hanson Hall

The University of Montavello

July 30, 2009 | 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Montavello, Alabama

 

HISTORY

 

The University of Montevallo is spread out across a 160 acre main campus, surrounded by lawns, groves, and flower beds.

 

Twenty-eight campus buildings or sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The University of Montevallo is a high-quality, small liberal arts college with a student body of 3,100 students and a well educated faculty. Many beautiful buildings both old and new house the students, the four colleges and their support staff, classrooms, administration, libraries and everything else needed and wanted on this university campus.

 

Four colleges make up the University of Montevallo: The College of Arts and Sciences, The Michael E. Stephens College of Business, The College of Education, and The College of Fine Arts.

 

SUMMARY

 

The third floor houses a sorority.

 

A dedicated entity who was a strict housemother is still on the job, watching over the women in her residence hall.

 

Residents who are up late studying feel like they are being watched, like an unseen presence has been patrolling the halls and has come inside the room to investigate.

 

EQUIPMENT

 

Digital cameras, Digital Voice Recorders, Sony Handycams with the Nightshot feature, EMF Meter, Infrared Digital Temperature Scanner, K2 meter, Extech Humidity and Temperature USB Datalogger RHT10, Zoom H2 Recorder, Zoom H4 Recorder

 

 

Weather report from the closest weather station was Alabaster, alabama:

 

hi:      Low:     Average:

Temperature: 92.8 °F  71.2 °F  76.6 °F

Dew Point:   79.3 °F  68.5 °F  72.7 °F

Humidity:    94%      64%      88%

Pressure:    30.07in  29.98in  –

 

Wind Speed:  2.9mph   0.0mph   –

Wind Gust:   6.7mph   –        –

 

Wind: SE-to-SSE

 

Precipitation: 0.33in

 

Sun flare activity as reported by NASA

 

sun spots:

 

none seen for this day

 

sun/moon information as reported by U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department

 

Sun and Moon Data:

 

Montevallo, Shelby County, Alabama (longitude W86.8, latitude N33.1):

 

Thursday

30 July 2009          Central Daylight Time

 

SUN

Begin civil twilight       5:32 a.m.

Sunrise                    5:59 a.m.

Sun transit               12:54 p.m.

Sunset                     7:48 p.m.

End civil twilight         8:15 p.m.

 

MOON

Moonrise                   2:11 p.m. on preceding day

Moonset                   12:25 a.m.

Moonrise                   3:10 p.m.

Moon transit               8:10 p.m.

Moonset                    1:08 a.m. on following day

 

Phase of the Moon on 30 July: Waxing gibbous with 68% of the Moon’s visible disk illuminated.

 

 

PHOTOS

 

Taken with digital cameras

INFRARED PHOTOS

 

Taken with deep infrared digital cameras