Over the past few days, I gained some useful information. Since the entity was picked up at the castle Neuchwanstein, the possibility arose that the entity could be a valkryie.
'Mad' King Ludwig, as people call him, based a lot of Neuchwanstein's rooms on his favourite musician, Wagner. One of his pieces was 'Ride Of The Valkyries, which was composed not long before Mad King Ludwig died under mysterious circumstances, drowned in Lake Stanberg.
People play 'Ride Of The Valkyries' to 'scare away' apparitions, or shadows, that danced across the castle walls, reported by visitors and castle staff. These were believed to be Valkyries. These experiences of mine sounded like what a valkyrie would do, so playing 'Ride Of The Valkyries' would supposedly scare it away.
The first time I played 'Ride Of The Valkyries', the entity moved closer to the music, which meant it was working. Satisfied, I decided to wait for a few days before I played it again.
The next time I played it, I felt the entity stay still. Frustrated, I let the music play on for over an hour but the entity remained still over that one hour.
The third - and final time I played it, I ran into my house, drenched in rain by the ongoing storm outside, and decided to conduct another EVP session with the piece playing.
This is how the conversation went.
'Who are you?' I had asked that question in the first EVP session, but it had not answered.
The answer was hissed out. 'Samuel...'
'How did you die?'
'What was the year that you died?'
'Are you a Valkyrie?
'Where were you hanged?' An feeling of dread hung in the air.
The windowpanes began to rattle and the volume of 'Ride Of The Valkyries' was turned up until the sound became deafening. A scream was heard, and the door to the room that the entity was inhabiting opened... And closed.
I m not sure... But I might have reached the conclusion... This Samuel guy might be Samuel Fielden... Since he's not a Valkyrie and was hung in 1886...