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Re: Celebrity Haunted Hotel

Posted: 31 Oct 2016 16:42
by bluelighttouch
Sherryanne wrote:That's interesting. Have you always had your 'gift' or did you have to work at it, Blt?
I was aware of Spirit as a child, but my mother did not want to draw attention to it..It was frowned on.But my nan knew and I could talk to her about it. It got stronger when I wasabout 13, yet I never had any fear of it, even when I saw a full blown manifestation at home.. Lot of things happened therem I sort of thought it was normal. My school friend live 100yds from me, her Mum was a Medium and things happened in her house too. We were holding seances when I was 15, glass Divination not a Ouija board. :D :ghost:
I did persue it seriously in later years and did train at The Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Science at Stansted... You have to work at it..

Re: Celebrity Haunted Hotel

Posted: 31 Oct 2016 16:52
by Sherryanne
I imagine you do to get the best out of it Blt. Yours sounds like a fun and interesting childhood. I suppose that when you are born with something you see it as normal so take it more in your stride.
Holding séances at 15! Wow!

I have read Arthur Findlay's book several times, but being a certain age the name won't come to me. Anyway, it has to be one of my favourites. A fascinating read with his study of John Sloane. Hope I got that name right lols.

Must dash off now for my Halloween night!

Have a good one.

Re: Celebrity Haunted Hotel

Posted: 31 Oct 2016 18:26
by bluelighttouch
I have not really genned up on Arthur Findlay other that he left his huge sppoky proerty to the SNU as a college to teach Mediumship. The locals call the place Spooks Hall.. it is very active, All my courses there were residential :eek: :ghost2: