(03-09-2013, 08:36 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote: good morning Kritters
U/S ,,, carry a Large Tuning Fork
if you spot a spirit
smack the tuning fork and sling the vibration at the booger
the harmonic will blast them back to hell
and also close the portal they're using
they'll drop their wallets and run
so you get some free money too
Hey Rog. I carry my tuning fork around with me all the time, it's called a third eye.
Anyway, from my first post, the link referred to the ghost being a woman who was mistakenly killed by a soldier. I think she's had enough bad luck without me having to send her to hell.
(03-11-2013, 06:52 AM)JollyRoger Wrote:
iPhone? They have the same app.
Yes, I should get into that cell phone store and look around.
Actually, that app sounds interesting, but I don't want to spend most of my vacation time looking for ghosts - there's too many other activities to do. However, having said that, it seems we tend to stay in vintage hotels where there always seems to be hauntings.
As I am also an empath, I stood outside the door to Room 207 and opened myself up to the vibes. What I experienced was extreme sadness. So, not wanting to experience this any longer, I made my way back to our room.
When hubby and I took the horse-drawn carriage ride with Jen and Po (16 year old male horse) at night, instead of her giving us the regular touring spiel, she instead pointed out the house used in the movie Dead Zone with Christopher Walken, and when we reached the lake she told us the gazebo there was built specifically for that movie. She also told us that many of the buildings in that town are haunted.
We then discussed the Prince of Wales hotel haunting, but she informed us that it is actually Room 224 where there is alot of activity, and where the maids don't want to go in to clean. So right after the ride, I went to the other side of the hotel and lingered outside Room 224. I could tell I was entering an older part of the building because the floor went from solid to spongy and creaky.
I took pictures around the hallway, outside of the room, which showed nothing out of the ordinary, again. I also did not get any empathic impressions whatsoever. But, in my other experience in a haunted hotel, some are specific to certain rooms only.
I suppose that phone app may have revealed something that I could have missed.
As for the trip, we enjoyed it very much, except they converted the superb steamroom to a passable sauna. The hot tub was at the temperature I prefer, that being 102, and the salt water pool was warm and soft.
All-in-all, it was a nice, relaxing retreat without the intrusion of ghosties.
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