Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Here it is the end of October, and the last entry I had was in August. Wow!

The Local Haunts TV show came to my house and did a paranormal investigation. You can watch it on CW17 if you are in Florida or Georgia. The investigation was such fun! The crew was so entertaining that at one point, the ghosts exclaimed, "They make me laugh!" Steve Christian is charming and my ghosts or as some prefer, spirits, really liked his beautiful sister Amy. They captured 140 EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena), disembodied voices, mists floating through the rooms, things moving, knocking on request, and visible orbs floating through my art studio. I think my ghosts were very accommodating. You can watch the show on Sunday night, November 21st, from 9:00 to 10:00 p.m. EST.

We had a TV Premiere / Halloween party in my haunted house yesterday evening. Many of my friends from MOCA Jacksonville attended as well as three team members from RIP - Researchers Investigating the Paranormal team and Local Haunts TV Show. The MOCA crowd was fascinated, and asked Steve Christian to do a Q&A after watching the preview. He graciously accommodated my friends, and we all had an informative and entertaining session. Everyone brought a covered dish of their favorite party food, so the table was filled with awesome goodies. Vishi, the head of the northeast chapter of CAPE Paranormal Investigators based in Orlando was on hand also. Her team was sent in by Dustin Pari of Ghost Hunters International fame on the SyFy channel. Dustin Pari was here in St. Augustine last week, so it is too bad he couldn't attend this party. Maybe next time. If any of you get an opportunity to go to one of Dustin's hunts at the St. Augustine Lighthouse, do so. He and his crew can provide you with an exciting and informative night at paranormal investigating. You must sign up early because the tickets sell out fast. His web site is:

Vishi is the historical researcher for the CAPE Paranormal team. She was able to get information on the former residents of this land as far back at 1850. Incidentally, Vishi is a wonderful cook and always brings the best casseroles and goodies to my parties. Last night, she brought a Mexican Lasagna to die for. Oops, maybe I'd better not say that around here!

I just love celebrating Halloween. It is such a fun holiday. I decorated my yard and made some ghosts to hang in my trees over our florescent grave stones. We also have dancing ghosts, talking skeletons on stakes, a mummy in a coffin who jumps out and yells at passerbys, and lastly, a rock with an evil laugh. Do I take Halloween seriously? NO! It's a time for fun, revelry, and some good candy. Party on ghosts and ghouls!

This is all I have for now. I'm working on the mosaic sculptures, some new paintings, and jewelry. I'm also hoping for a solo show in Paris in my near future. I'll let you know how that goes.

Please don't call me and ask if you can investigate my house. The answer is no. I've reserved this right exclusively for CAPE Paranormal, RIP Investigations, and Dustin Pari. The spirits in here are much happier when people are not trying to catch them on camera or tape recorders. It disturbs their peace.


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