Tuesday, January 22, 2013
I don't just hunt ghosts. I actually study the information I am gathering in the process. There are things that I have learned up to this point (after 8 years of evidence gathering). I have theories, which I talk about in my lectures, and which are very controversial. I have different veiws about evidence, orbs, and demonic activity. The nice thing about the TV programs that deal with ghost hunting is they share the same experiences I will bet every other serious ghost hunter has encountered and is discovering. We are all finding the same information and frustratingly, we are all too stubborn to talk to each other about it. But to get back on track, I was watching one of my favorite shows, Ghost Adventures, about the Sedamsville Rectory, and I was surprised at what they were dealing with. Not just ghosts, but the emotions that go with it. My crew and I have been dealing with the same things. According to Zak Baggins, when you are possibly possessed by something demonic, it affects your emotions and you feel things like unexplained rage. My crew and I have often felt that particular emotion.
Gretchen's Lock will forever be a place where I can catch my thoughts and be at peace for the few moments I am down there. I don't know what it is about that place, but I could be having a pretty bad day and then go down there and I just feel better. The gates are closed at this time, but you can park by the Grist Mill and walk in. That is what my crew and I did.