Part I of the Miracle Experiment Report detailed most of the results my colleagues and I were able to document during the process. However, there were several incidents that need further examination and some lessons to be learned from the whole project. This second part of the report will present those items.
Love in the Lab – the Mystery of Multiplying Spirits
We were able to document this evidence that possibly explains why our clocks in the lab, as well as watches and other timepieces, seemed to go haywire.
The Case of the Missing (or Rather, Found) Eyeball
One morning in the lab, we awoke to find this disturbing image. Terri Swallow‘s ghost was playing soccer with a disembodied eyeball in the lab! While it explained a lot of the noises we were hearing, it raised a lot of questions as well. Exactly to whom did this eyeball belong? We normally have a few spare limbs laying about the lab, but nothing as rare as an eyeball would be left so callously laying about.
Melissa Mouzin-Bennett found this eye patch shortly after the eyeball showed up. An interesting development and yet we were no closer to finding answers.
That is, until THIS pirate spirit showed up! He was conjured by Rebekah Clayton and materialized missing an eye and wearing a new eye patch. From there, it was easier to put the pieces together.
When combined with caffeine, spirits tend to turn into poltergeists.
Child Labor Laws Be Darned!
Besides carefully placed cacti, we found the only other thing the spirits seemed vulnerable to were very young children. Babies, in particular, could see and hear the spirits no matter where they hid and held no fear of them whatsoever. In fact, they could simply devour the ghosts without any ill effects or possessions. Shown here is Claire‘s experiment being turned into a no-calorie snack by one brave babe.
This concludes the two part report on our Miracle Experiment results. We shall be providing the instructions for you to follow if you would like to duplicate our successes shortly (pattern to come).