Nevada Adventures Part 1: Tonopah-Goldfield-Las Vegas

Greetings from the Silver State! I’m writing this from my father-in-law’s house in Ely. The weather may be sunny and boring this week, but it’s pretty cold, and there’s quite a bit of snow on the ground. It definitely feels like a bit of a winter wonderland out here in eastern Nevada – exactly whatContinue reading “Nevada Adventures Part 1: Tonopah-Goldfield-Las Vegas”

Disembodied Voices, Cold Spots & Channeled Spirits: Just Another Night in the Ghost Hunting Business

The moment I walked through the door of the 108-year old house we investigated last night, I noticed a bed in the living room. My first thought was, is the owner too afraid to sleep upstairs? Which turned out to be exactly the case. As the investigative team of four – including yours truly –Continue reading “Disembodied Voices, Cold Spots & Channeled Spirits: Just Another Night in the Ghost Hunting Business”

A Merit Badge in Ghost Hunting

Like A Vampire Yesterday evening, I came up with the bizarre idea that it would be fun to move the furniture around in my bedroom. I’ve lived in my townhouse nearly five years now, and my bed has always been in the same spot: with the headboard right in front of the window. Truth is,Continue reading “A Merit Badge in Ghost Hunting”

Happy Boo-day To You

I’ve noticed recently that time has stopped mattering so much to me. I came to this conclusion when slipping into a comfy pair of pajama pants at 4:30 PM, when I’d just gotten home from picking the kids up from school. The sun was shining brightly through a scattering of clouds, giving me pause forContinue reading “Happy Boo-day To You”

Show Me The Ghosts

Yesterday, I received my first “cease and desist” order. I feel like such a grownup now. It came in the form of an e-mail from a former co-worker. A few months ago, when I set up my personal website/online portfolio, I uploaded copies of several newsletters I had worked on while employed. I wanted examplesContinue reading “Show Me The Ghosts”