So, I continue to release a series of Spooky Fun videos that provide snippets of insight into what it’s like to have ghosts and angels in my life.
Something I’ve been dealing with since childhood.
Choosing from the myriad of stories wasn’t too difficult because it was all about fun and sharing some of the lighter side of it all but there is a more serious side.
No, not horror.
In the series, I talk about a spirit I met in Vegas.
His story is in Putting in an Appearance 3, to be released October 22.
We’ve had a very interesting relationship over the years.
It started when I didn’t recognize him (he’s famous). It got really interesting when he realized I didn’t care that he was famous. Btw: I still don’t but he’s good with it now.
It took a lot for us to come to trust each other.
He upped the ante on his fame, I continued to not care. Didn’t help that we don’t agree on music.
He showed up drunk at our house in Scottsdale. I threw him out, told him not to come back until he got his sh*t together. He left – through the energetic doorway I talk about in an upcoming video. It was several months before I saw or heard from him again.
I wondered if he went to heaven or whatever.**
But as I say at the end of the Putting in an Appearance 3 video, he changed my life and continues to do so.
While we were living in Fort Collins, he became interested in my EMF research, rode shotgun while I did road trip research, helped me in my efforts. Highly intelligent, he was curious.
Spirits are so much more than most people can imagine and we haven’t begun to scratch the surface of understanding.
Too busy trying to exploit them or screaming at them to go to the light – neither of which they appreciate, or so I’ve been repeatedly told.
Research! Just as with everything else that significantly impacts my life, I have made an in-depth, if not lifelong, study of the paranormal.
The spirits have been more than happy to add to my knowledge base.
And Heaven? ** I once asked one of them “Why aren’t you in heaven?” He smiled at me and replied, “You assume I’m not.” He waved a hand out and said, “Heaven is all around us. You [people] see so little of what’s around you.”
That may be but I’m learning…