Posts Tagged ‘paranormal investigation’
When I first moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, I lived in one of the three old stage coach depots located here. The two others were owned by Burl Ives and the French Consulate, respectively. I can’t speak for those, but I can tell you about my experiences in the one where I lived.
I lived there for five years and it was totally charming. It had been designated as a guest house on the property, next to the main house. It was built with grey native stone and it looked like a painting by Currier and Ives. The perfect Santa Fe retreat, right? Or, anywhere, for that matter! Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve lived in South Africa for most of my life, and the Castle of Good Hope is a well known landmark and monument in Cape Town, our “Mother City.” But I never had the chance to visit and see it for myself, up until about a month ago. The experience was an amazing one. It was a full tour of the castle and the various museums and galleries inside, including the dungeon, holding cells, and underground storage rooms.
The Castle of Good Hope is South Africa’s oldest building dating back to 1666. The fortress took 13 years to build and contained living quarters, a church, bakery, workshops, and prison cells. It was built because the Dutch trading company who occupied the Cape at the time feared an attack from the British. Today the castle operates as a museum, visited by thousands of local and international tourists every year. Read the rest of this entry »
Ironically, there was a psychic lady who lived about four miles down the road who told her she was going to meet someone who lives nearby, that he also does psychic readings and that we were going to get married. She told her several other things too. She said this man you will meet went to the same high school, you have a past work connection with his family and he will one day help your sister in a time of need.
A year after we got married, we discovered that my wife used to work for my cousin Charley and that her brother is the supervisor at the same workplace. So, later that night I called my cousin and he confirmed all of it for us. Read the rest of this entry »
I am very excited about this because for me it is a sign that we are all opening up our hearts, minds, and souls to the unseen. More and more people appear to be interested in paranormal phenomena, and more open to exploring mysticism and the spiritual realm.
A few years ago I received a message regarding the world becoming more spiritual and more connected to source. I was shown that this shift will bring a new awakening and positive change and peace to the human race. Read the rest of this entry »
“I don’t believe in ghosts, it’s all nonsense!” These are the first words I heard when I walked into the room. I felt myself taking a deep breath, in preparation for the usual ‘here-we-go-again’ discussion.
I’m the first to say we all have our own belief systems, so whatever you find peace with, more power to you. Yet, I find myself, at times, in defense mode. There is never any real need for it and I have come to terms with the probability that I become defensive because of my own past experiences.
I usually listen, without interrupting their rant in regards to fraudulent psychics, false prophets, fake paranormal videos, and other nonsense to keep people in ignorance and fear. In the same sentence they will often add, “but there was this one time”. This is when my ears perk up! Read the rest of this entry »
Last week I saw something I never thought I would, even after years of living in a haunted house. I bought a brand new house in 1992 for this every reason – no more hauntings, apparitions and paranormal activity! I really never thought that my new house will become haunted too.
On February 9th, 2013, I was in the living room talking to my wife and I noticed that my three year old puppy, Peppermint, was standing in the kitchen looking up at the ceiling and wagging her tail. It seemed as if she was looking at something, or someone. I joked with my wife and said, “Look, Peppermint is looking at ghosts!” Peppermint was walking slowly, the way she usually does when she is approaching a person for the first time. Then suddenly she backed off really quick, but she did not bark. She was intrigued and cautious, but certainly not frightened. The scene reminded me of something I saw on a paranormal investigation TV show recently, so I followed my intuition and went to my computer room to grab my digital camera and my digital recorder. Read the rest of this entry »
For some time my wife and I had been looking for a new home. Being psychic has always been helpful when one goes house hunting. Growing up in haunted home, I am always very cautious about the properties we consider. Experience has taught me that it is not always the house itself that is haunted – it can also be the land that the house is built on.
Currently we live in the countryside. Yes, we do have one traffic light, and yes, we do have a chicken stand. We wanted to look for something that would offer us a brand new beginning. We have gone through many realtors, of whom none had the patience for us to find the right house.
My wife eventually found a lady named Alice, from another town. When we met her, we told her we wanted a good size house with some land and an outbuilding to run a small business. I told Alice that I did psychic readings and when I walk into a house I could pick up on any spiritual energy that may be present. Our new realtor thought it cool that I had psychic gifts, and I told her it does help when looking for a house. Read the rest of this entry »
I sometimes get the impression that ghosts or spirits play jokes on us to get our attention. I was watching a ‘ghost hunting show’ last week on television and they had a section about items going missing in haunted homes. My wife said it reminded her of the time when the same thing happened with my mom’s silverware set after she had passed away. Mom certainly made her presence known in this way.
My in-laws gave us many gifts for Christmas this year, and one of the gifts was lamp. Interestingly, for the past six months I began buying several small lamps at thrifts shops and yard sales. I never used to have such a penchant for lamps, but now I own a total of six – including the one we received as a Christmas gift. Read the rest of this entry »