Monday, July 24, 2017

Happy Monday!

Just FYI. I will be out of town again for a few days this week visiting family, but I will be back soon to finish part 3 of my article. I also will have new pictures and a video from this past weekend posted soon. Still researching information and the history looking for links to the occult or some way that doorways to the demonic were opened at this historic site. 

I am not a ghost hunter. I research the supernatural and look for links to occult activity, pagan rituals, etc. that is causing hauntings. I do not believe in trying to speak to the dead. If a place has been spiritually charged by occult activity or doorways have been opened, when you visit those places, paranormal activity can happen. Some places encourage "ghost hunters", the practice of "seances", Ouija boards, and the like because people are drawn to that sort of thing, or they think it's fun to look for ghosts. But by doing this, they are opening doorways and drawing those entities to those places. They are calling in malevolent beings that could possibly do harm to them or their family. They can even follow them home and haunt their houses. 

I can understand how the management of this historic hotel doesn't want it's staff talking about ghosts and paranormal activity. If a place is truly haunted, why would you want those entities to stay? Real hauntings can wreck havoc on people and cause real physical harm to them. While it's fun to visit old historic hotels and haunted sites remember you might get more than you bargained for. You don't have to go looking for "ghosts" because they are already looking for you.

Disclosure:  All thoughts and opinions in this post are my own and may not reflect those of others.  

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