All Those Stairs!

Everyday Adventures

I go away for a weekend and all I can think about upon my return is the tightness in my calves, thighs and butt from climbing those 3 flights of stairs over and over again. Well, not the only thing, but it’s the most pressing right now.

Spec and I went to the Big Bend Ghost Tracker’s Windsor Hotel workshop and investigation and it was really interesting. The 3 seminars were actually what we’d seen at Wrath of Con (just really, really condensed at the time due to schedule issues, etc.) but this time around it was a lot more relaxed and well-presented. After dinner we got to participate in an investigation of some of the known hot-spots of the hotel (they’ve investigated there before).

It really was a phenomenal experience overall. Not sure yet about the EVP work or photos/video they might have captured but we also did scrying and even used a Ouija board with rather surprising results. If you don’t believe in this sort of thing it’s okay and I’m not going to go into details but those of you who do and are curious, feel free to email me and I’ll tell you what happened 🙂

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Tags: haunting, ghosts, BBGT

2 thoughts on “All Those Stairs!

  1. The movie 1408 was a good ghost movie. It’s one of the better ones I’ve seen in a long time. They don’t make suspenseful paranormal movies anymore. At least it seems to me they don’t. It’s all about the cat jumping out or the music getting creepy and then nothing happens.

    The EVP work has the most potential for successfully documenting any sort of otherworldly “stuff”, since it focuses on measureable data not just human interruptions of what they think they saw. If there’s going to be a breakthrough in this field it’ll be using highly sensitive electronic devices.

    So the surgery went well and you’re up and about. That is good to hear.

  2. Didn’t enjoy 1408 as much as I thought I would. It was more surreal and trippy than an actual ghost movie in my opinion.

    I did have my voice recorder with me so there’s about an hour and 20 minutes of stuff to listen to. Yes, that sort of thing is more easily taken as proof, no doubt. The intuitive methods, even when videoed (which some parts were) is still subject to belief or not. Having been involved directly I think I’ve shifted from having an open mind as to the possibility to much more of a believer in it, though not via blanket acceptance. All we can really know is what we experience, you know?

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