Countdown to the Publication of the Starlight Letters

Countdown to the Publication of the Starlight Letters

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Seasonal Ghosts

It has long been felt that ghosts tread through the world of the living when nights are longer and the temperature is cool. From Halloween to the Winter Solstice, ghost hunters explore the old houses and cemeteries looking for spirits. But, myself, I have found no real difference between winter and summer when it comes to finding ghosts. In fact, there seems to be more activity in summer. This may be due to the fact that summer air is warmer -- heat, like electromagnetic frequencies, is energy. This energy can be used by ghosts much in the same way. From late spring to summer, the air can also be charged with ions as thunderstorms roll in. All of this gives energy ghosts use to move furniture, speak to the living, manifest themselves, and harm all of us.

Don't wait for winter; hunt now.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Hunted by Ghosts

I watched a particularly intriguing episode of Ghost Hunters last night. I must admit, I do prefer this group to the international group. One aspect of last night's episode that I could not shake from my mind has to do with electromagnetic frequency. One of the methods the teams use to debunk hauntings is the presence of man-made electromagnetic frequencies, such as that coming from wiring or other electric media. When such things are not present, electromagnetic frequencies (or EMF, as I am loath to call it), typically signify that a ghost is there.

My question about this hypothesis is: why does man-made electromagnetic frequency rule out the presence of ghosts? I should think that ghost hunters look in places where electromagnetic frequencies occur -- man-made or not. I imagine such places are swimming with spirits. Ghost hunters should then put away their electromagnetic frequency detectors and use other methods to ferret out ghosts.


Monday, March 2, 2009

Clothes with Spirit

I went art shopping with a friend. After finding many over-priced pieces of art in stores and in a mall, he told me that he often has better luck finding art in Goodwill stores. I didn't think it possible, but was proven wrong. He found three nice, original pieces of art -- not the works of famous artists, of course, but good pieces. While he sought art, I was drawn to the clothing section. There, hanging just below a row of suits and shirts were two dark legs hanging down. I walked over to inspect more closely and discovered I had seen a ghost. For a small fraction of a moment, there was a man hanging in a suit on the rack of other clothes. I saw his face -- round with acne on the forehead. He looked forty years of age and was a drinker as evidenced by his bright red nose. I don't know how he died, but it may have been suicide. He looked deeply depressed. It occurred to me there in Goodwill that I was likely surrounded by many ghosts. All the things there had once been worn, used, or played with by others -- some of whom are dead. Imagine all the lives imprinted on those inanimate objects. I don't think I could ever shop there knowing what I now know. This is why I do not go to estate sales. Too much death; too many ghosts.