Papa Jack’s Pizza: Final Investigation Report

Papa Jack’s Pizza resides in a building that was constructed in 1869 on historic Main Street in Lexington, Missouri.

I’ve mentioned MOSS’s fascinating investigation of Papa Jack’s Pizza in Lexington, Missouri several times recently. It has taken months to complete the analysis and get to the point where I could present this report to you. For the first time ever, I’ve decided to publish the entire investigation report document for this investigation. I debated back and forth on whether or not this was a wise decision, but in the end I decided to just do it. When you click on the link below, it will open up the 27 page PDF file through Google Docs and will have all audio and video artifacts linked in the document. We’d like to thank Jamie and Kathy at Papa Jack’s for allowing us to have this opportunity. 


Papa Jack’s Pizza Final Investigation Report

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The Strangest Evidence from the Papa Jack’s Investigation…

Analysis Timeline: Okay so maybe I am a little ridiculous…

Putting Together a Rough Analysis of a Paranormal Investigation

Do Spirits Reside at Papa Jack’s Pizza in Lexington, Missouri?


About Patrick Keller

Patrick Keller is an educator, blogger, and the host of the Big Séance Podcast, which is a place for paranerds to have an open discussion on all things paranormal, but specifically topics like ghosts and hauntings, paranormal research, spirit communication, psychics and mediums, and life after death. He’s the founder of the now inactive Missouri Spirit Seekers and has spent a lot of time experimenting with spirit communication tools and techniques, such as EVP. Patrick also has a passion for spending hours at a time in cemeteries and loves cemetery photography. Visit! View all posts by Patrick Keller

7 responses to “Papa Jack’s Pizza: Final Investigation Report

  • Gary Leigh

    I haven’t head a change to read this article yet, but the photos definitely gave me a creepy sense. Thanks for the like on my article. I’ll certainly be following yours.

    • Patrick

      Thank you, Gary. I enjoy the photos too! I was obsessed with a couple of those rooms. And you’re welcome for the like. 🙂 I’m following you now.

      • Gary Leigh

        Thanks. I read through the report, and listened to the EVPs.

        Some places, esp the stairway / hallway give me shivers.

        I also have to say that anyone who can interpret an EVP has my respect because even if I caught anything being said, I would have no hope of understanding it.

        Have you heard of Chris Moon and his telephone to the dead? What do you think of it. Seems a little too clear and good to be true, an odd that such a thing seems to be rarely used if it works as well as it seemed to.

        Thanks again.

      • Patrick

        I’m impressed that you went through the report and all the evidence. 🙂 Most people see the length of it and decide spend time on pinterest instead. 🙂 I don’t know much about Chris Moon, other than he uses a kind of spirit box that is popular now. I think radio sweep and spirit boxes are fascinating. I’ve been in the presence of what I felt were true and amazing responses from a spirit box… just not too many from my own spirit box. Some people are really good at hearing responses, but at the same time I think some people too easily accept words and messages from them when it could just be radio traffic. So I’m very cautious… but very interested and think if we can work out the kinks of radio sweep, it could be very cool one day.

      • Gary Leigh

        Thoughtful response so thank you. I think there will come a time where we will be able to use spirit boxes to communicate clearly and people will think, no one believed this was possible? How ridiculous.

        As an analogy, if you told people 100 years ago that they could get 3D pictures in their home in colour, they would have called you crazy. 🙂

  • Aunt Sarah

    Patrick, I’ve not read the whole…but the picture…third up from here, the hallway one….was there an explanation of why it’s such a funky one? The variety of translucent “objects” on this thing is something else!

    • Patrick Keller

      Aunt Sarah, I am confident that what you’r seeing in the picture is dust. It was incredibly dusty and we absolutely should have been wearing masks, but we weren’t. When we left we all felt like we’d been chewing on chalk. Kind of a stupid move on our part. Who knows what we were breathing in.

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