Kicking off 2011

Just wanted to give a quick update as to what is going on with the GHOULI team. We are currently screening and meeting up with potential team members this winter and spring. the GHOULI team is a lot different than what is seen on TV and in comparison to other Oklahoma based Paranormal teams. We work together, as a team. We do not have titles or rankings. We all work together to find locations to explore and research. We all have talents outside of being "ghost hunters". Most of us are photographers, authors and hold other specialties that make us who we are and have been for well over 11 years. We do not wear matching t-shirts or have a mobile command unit or car magnets. We do this because we love it, not because we are wanting to get a TV show or exploit the field of parapsychology. We do work with a lot of groups in Oklahoma, but they are not all ghost hunters. We take pride in the fact that we work with a plethora of talented people that have the mindset of history and preservation when it comes to Oklahoma's abandoned and forgotten places and history.

We will be meeting up with several new people for some photography outings. If you would like to meet up or have a location you would like to photograph and explore, please contact us at

Oklahoma's Paranormal Conference is April 23rd. Information and details will be posted soon. The conference will be in El Reno, Oklahoma.

Investigations- As always, privacy is #1 with GHOULI. We will be continuing investigating a local business and residential homes. We will also be working on several larger investigation locations as the weather warms up.  If you have a location you would like us to research, please contact us at

GHOULI has teamed up with some great people in Oklahoma. and Strange State

We would like to invite you to offer your opinion on this class C EVP that was collected by GHOULI team member Andrew during a preliminary investigation. The recorder was left alone, across the local business away from the few people still in the building. It has been cleared that it is not a team member making this sound. To us, it sounds like singing, but we are not sure. Please analyze this EVP for us and offer your opinion on what you hear or think. We will not post our opinions or translations until later. Audio file is unedited.

We are looking forward to a great 2011 and getting to know more of you all!


Tonya J. Hacker


  1. Yeah, I get the singing. It's like four or five notes with the last one being held for a second or so. Almost like a Southern Gospel church hymn.

  2. The voice is male. It sounds like a few notes or a short bar of a song. It reminds me more of a doxology than a gospel piece - something in the pacing... The words are indistinct (even with earphones). Had someone who knows music listen as well, he could not id the song but he concurred it did have a musical quality to it as if someone were singing.