Presented is a Markov chain Monte Carlo technique for finding a laser interferometer detected pulsar signal and estimating 6 unknown parameters, including the pulsar frequency and frequency derivative. The technique used is called Delayed Rejection in Reversible Jump Metropolis-Hastings. This method will be explained, as well as noting how a simple extension to multiple computer processors will allow for a wider frequency band search. The goal of this research is to search for a possible (but radio quiet) source at a know location; for example, SN1987A. The code has been successfully demonstrated with synthesized data, and with LIGO S2 injected signals. The results of the code on these artificial signals will be presented.