More excitement to come. Still haunted.
Ontario's oldest existing business since 1894 and still family owned. Cliff Graber is the third generation at this time. Other than the last three months of the year, when they are proccessing the olives in functioning equipment that is from the 1930's that still looks like new, they do tours through this wonderful piece of property, giving the history and logistics of how olives get from trees to trucks to here and shipped all over the world. These things are what the public does know, but until now no one outside of the Graber family and those who work there knew the stories of the ghosts that roam this property. Darkland's was the first to investigate this place, what we can now call both haunted and just plain active with spirits. There is a tiny museum on the property that holds several very old artifacts going back 100 years along with many interesting photos of the area just as old. The most interesting thing to me is the amount of evp's gathered from this room alone outdoes any other area here. The spirits in there love to comment whithin your conversations and laugh along with the rest of the people there. Some have given their names. Very active room for sure. There is an old Ford Model T truck behind a closed gate that has ghosts in it. We had audible sounds (to the naked ear) of paranormal activity in the loft, along with a child shadow spirit named Jake, and a boy named Luke caught on film bouncing a ball in the labeling area. The vat room where they bring the olives when it is harvesting time, is big, dark and cold the rest of the year and has many spirits moving through there including an agitated one and a ghost dog. Now, for what will be labled a haunting, is the front gift shop. There is a woman who worked there at Graber for 65 years, her spirit still remains in the shop going about the business she once ran. She has been seen pacing back and forth, there is one photo, and several evp's from her. Graber Olive House has earned it's place on the paranormal map, no doubt. Check it out for yourself.
Below you will find the amazing number of EVP's taken from the Graber property in a short period of time, three visits all in the same month. This is by far the most active place I have ever been to, and highly recommend anyone who wants evidence you will get it here. Even during the day walking around with a recorder I'm sure. There are many here all ready and willing so it seems. When you do get something out of here, let us know!