The Spirits of Summer

Where did the summer go?

School is in full swing and our schedules have become frighteningly hectic.

Spirits don’t scare me.

Trying to find more hours in a day – now that’s scary!

We didn’t get to the next investigation yet, so I’m featuring some investigation highlights.

Spirits of the Summer of 2013

Man and Rob

My father visited us at Whipps Garden Cemetery

Gnome 2

We met a Gnome!

Hell House Face

And a Tree Spirit!

Tshirt

And a real live Goblin!

Peeking Figure 2

Spirits peeked out at us.

Three Faces 2

And some came right out and showed us their faces!

We met three Ghost Dogs:

George Bolton – Paper Mill Guard Dog

Dog

A St. Bernard at Deep Creek Lake

Daschund 1

A Deep Creek Lake Dachshund

Horse 1

And a Unicorn!

We met Fairies:

Fairy and Other Fairy

The Fairy King

Fairy Orb 2

Fairy Orb

And people too!

Man A

Shadow Man

Brewing Man and Child

Man and Child

And then there was the Cat Alien!

Figure 1

Cat Alien

And lots and lots of Orbs!

Casper the Friendly Orb

St. Mary's Cemetery Orb

St. Mary’s Cemetery Orb

Bright Orb

Bright Orb

Bright Orb

Bright Orb

There were Angels and Mists and so much more! The evidence has been awe-inspiring and I feel as if a whole new Universe has opened up for me. I believed before, but now I know there is so much more than I could possibly have imagined.

We still plan on doing the St. John’s Cemetery investigation next, so here’s hoping that time will stand still and the Spirits will come out to play with us!

Categories: Alien, Deep Creek Lake, Ellicott City, Ellicott City Ghostly Happenings, Fairy, Ghost, Gnome, Goblin, Orb, Paranormal | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

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