Thursday, April 3, 2014

"Ten Symptoms of a Haunted House" at Leetonia Library on May 12

If you have been wondering whether or not your house might have a ghostly resident, here is your chance to learn some of the symptoms a haunted house might have.  I will be at Leetonia Library on May 12 (a Monday) to talk about common events experienced in reported haunted houses.  More will be posted about this event as the date gets closer.

Do Animals See Ghosts?

This is the 2011 G12P crew. We were camping at Gretchen's Lock.  Knelt down is Amber Rodgers, holding Cookie.  He was our little ghost huntng dog.  He went on several investigations with us.  Our goal was to see if he reacted to any kind of ghostly contact.  Being a chihuahua, he is very fierce and afraid of NOTHING.  Maybe that was the problem.  He never reacted to anything.  At least, not like we thought he would.  He would charge into the night, growling and barking at whatever he saw.
Our conclusions were....inconclusive.
On January 13, 2012, I had a paranormal visitor in my own home that woke me up at 3:30 am.  Surrounding me was three dogs, sleeping either with me or on the floor around me.  They did not react at all to my ghostly visitor.  If they knew it was their, they never made a sound.
Maybe my dogs are just not psychics either.
I am looking for your stories about your pets having a strange reaction to some ghostly presence.  If you have one, leave a comment or email me!

On a side note about the event I had in my home.  There was something strange about it as far as my dogs are concerned.  I was fully awake and terrified because I thought I had a living person in my home, a stranger.  Even if my dogs didn't sense an intruder of any kind,  they also didn't sense my distress. Most dogs are up at the drop of a pin.  I was shouting at what ever was in my home and my dogs never budged from their sleep.  Just a thought.