There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception – Aldous Huxley
A Lifetime of Psi. The Paranormal has been a part of Elizabeth’s life for as long as she can remember.
A Lifetime of Learning. Growing up with the philosophy it’s better to learn about something than fear it, Elizabeth set out at the age of eight to better understand fantastical events that, though she found interesting if not fascinating, scared others.
A Lifetime of Love. With the help of several individuals, not all of whom were corporeal, Elizabeth ventured into the unknown world of exploring Psi confident the worst that would happen was that she’d gain a better understanding.
From beginning to end, Destination Unknown: Explorations of the Paranormal is filled with real life stories of fantastical, sometimes inexplicable events that are sure to entertain even as they educate.
As I stared up into the dark, the corner of the bed went down. Startled, I reasoned it was probably just Aaron moving in his sleep. Problem was, he was on the opposite side of the bed.
I wondered if there’d been an earthquake but didn’t really believe it. Then, I smelled cigarettes.
We were in a no smoking part of the hotel, so I was surprised.
I glanced across the room and caught sight of a ghost sitting against the wall beneath a black and white photo. There was a cigarette in his hand.
I had heard of psychic smelling but had never experienced it before.
Young and good looking, with long blonde hair, he reminded me of a rock musician. I assumed he’d died of an overdose or drank himself to death, and dismissed him as one of the many spirits that had crossed my path since moving to Colorado and being away from the problematic EMFs.