Countdown to the Publication of the Starlight Letters

Countdown to the Publication of the Starlight Letters

Monday, October 26, 2009

Paranormal Activity

This film is making much news as of late. As a matter of personal policy, I don't go to theatres to view a film that deals with such topics. I often am driven mad by false pretense and inaccurate plot lines to the point of venting verbally. I have been asked to leave several establishments over the years. At home, I can judge for myself the merits of such artistic endeavors. There are great classics in the paranormal genre.

This new film, Paranormal Activity, has caught the attention of many. I have heard from colleagues in the field that the film is well worth the exorbanent price of admission. There is also a rumor swirling through the ghost hunting community that some of the scenes might actually be real. That prospect, no matter how suspect, is intriguing.

I might see this film soon. I shall let you know.


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Ghost of a Show

I saw a new ghost hunting show last night and although they tested, somewhat successfully, a hypothesis I had put forth on this blog, I found the program rather boring and lacking focus. As if blood had dripped from the ceiling, they danced like excited school children at the prospect of a single EVP. Not to mention they seem to have been fooled by a speaker that was impossible (so they owner said!) to inspect. Their investigation was not thorough enough for me, though they were able to obtain some evidence of the paranormal.

The world is often cast in a burnt orange hue, concealing the dark shadows that swirl around us, watching us, waiting for us, consuming us. Beyond the ravages of ghosts, bad TV can be just as aggressive and unhealthy for us all.

Dr. James Starlight

Sunday, October 18, 2009


In a pharmaceutically induced state, I was able to draw enough neuronic power to craft a theory in regards to ghosts. We know that ghosts draw power from the atmosphere, from batteries, and from other electronic power sources. I propose they also draw power from humans. This would explain why people often feel uneasy and dizzy. Perhaps their subconscious mind is aware of the power drain and this is what triggers a fear response before there is any conscious reason for them to be afraid. The hair stands up on the back of their neck and their skin crawls with goose-flesh. All of this could be a result of the dead stealing power from the living.

Dr. James Starlight

Saturday, October 17, 2009

The World of Ghosts

I am back!

My accident last spring has caused much pain and suffering. I thought I was on the road to recovery -- but alas, no!

Three more surgeries, physical therapy, and drugs that incapacitated my mind stole precious time from my fight. But I am back!

There are many ghosts in hospitals, you know. They roam the halls and try to communicate while you groggily slurp the remains of stale jello from a small plastic cup.

I am alive. They are dead. I will win.

Dr. James Starlight