Rob and I went on a walking Ghost Tour of historic Annapolis, Maryland,
but the Spirits were anxious to communicate with us before the tour even began!
We arrived early and enjoyed a leisurely stroll down Main Street followed by a relaxing dinner before the tour. We chose the DRY 85 restaurant at random and after we ordered, I suggested that we get the equipment ready and do a quick battery test.
As soon as we set the KII meter on the table, it started going crazy!
We’ve never seen it light up like that. There had to be an electrical cause, so we moved the meter all around the booth, going high and low, but the lights stopped whenever we moved it. When we set it in the middle of the table between us, it started going crazy again.
The table was solid wood, but I still wasn’t convinced that it was a Spirit so in a smart-alecky tone I asked,
“Are there any Ghosties here?”
The KII lights stopped, and then started again.
I began to take this situation a little more seriously.
This time I asked,
“If you’re a ghost, can you make it stop and start again?”
It stopped, then started immediately, just as I asked.
I asked the waitress if she knew of any ghosts in the restaurant and she hadn’t heard of any…
but I guarantee that they have one.
Or perhaps it was an anxious Spirit who didn’t want to wait to be mentioned on the tour.
Either way, it was fun to have contact before the tour began!
I won’t spoil all of the wonderful ghost stories on the tour, but it was interesting that the first story was about Charles Campbell and his fiancé.
As the tour guide described the hauntings from the tragic couple who never saw their wedding day,
the first word from the Ghost Radar was:
Is that great or what?
It is interesting to note that the next night, I saw a black shadow figure in my house. It was so real that I insisted someone was there.
Of course, there was no one.
Coincidence? I don’t believe in them.
Those Annapolis ghosts are frisky and I can’t wait to visit them again!
DRY 85 Restaurant Ghost Radar Conversation
Words from the Other Side:
Wagon, Series, Visit, Prove, Command, Bear, Most
“The wagon tale about old Charles is one of many in a series of ghost stories about our fair town.
If you plan to visit us, you’d better prove that you have a healthy respect for the dead.
For if not, we’ll issue the command to release the Spirit Bear.
Most will shiver in fear…
and only the stong will survive.”
Spirits of Annapolis