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Suffering from the winter blahs?
Cabin fever starting to kick in? The winter tends to be a time when
many paranerds out there, struggle to find enough paranormal
activity or content to keep them happy. If you’re truly one of
these nerds, the autumn/Halloween season just isn’t enough to keep
you going for the rest of the year. For some, the days seem longer,
even though they’re shorter, and maybe you're longing for fall once
again… or at least spring. Well I’m here to get you out of that
funk with 9 tips to keep the paranormal alive in your life
throughout the winter.
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Tip #1: Find a
good book on a paranormal, spiritual, or metaphysical
topic… or even just a good ghost story!
Here are 4 recent books that I’ve read and can
recommend to you:
- "Reunions: Visionary Encounters with
Departed Loved Ones" - Raymond Moody
"Paranormal: My Life in Pursuit of the Afterlife"
- "The Spirit of Creativity: Embodying
Your Soul’s Passion" - Karen A. Dahlman
"Soul Sensing: How to Communicate With Your Dead Loved
Ones" - Janice Carlson
currently Reading "Soul-to-Soul Connections: Comforting
Messages from the Spirit World", by future
guest, Carole J. Obley.
you’re looking for a more detailed list of book
recommendations and reviews, you can check out my Recommended
Reading page. I’m very often adding to and
updating that list.
Plan and hold a séance with a small group
Consider reading a how-to book on something like
channeling, meditating, Ouija, Tarot, Astral Travel, EVP, or
another equally interesting topic.
the way, I plan on producing a kind of “how-to EVP" episode
sometime soon. I know quite a few people who have talked about
giving it a try, or have expressed interest in learning how to go
about it. And I know these folks would be great
at it and get a lot out of it. So stay tuned. And maybe
you could let me know if you’re one of those people. Get in touch
Tip #4: Find a
cozy place to stay for the weekend. It doesn’t even have to be
haunted. It certainly helps if the place has some interesting
history to it, or maybe it just looks haunted!
- Probably just about every region
has a few cute bed and breakfasts.
- How about the Stanley Hotel in
Estes Park, Colorado?
- Or how about the Crescent
Hotel in Eureka Springs,
- Or the famous Lemp Mansion here
in St. Louis?
Tip #5: Watch
an old black and white spooky movie… or two or three. And
I have a few suggestions:
- A Big THANK YOU to some
wonderful listeners who have written kind reviews in
- Some exciting news and an update
on a psychic development circle started by Marion, a medium and
listener from the UK!
Tip #6: Start
an interesting or vintage collection, perhaps one that causes you
to dig into some history or genealogy.
Tip #7: Visit
an old Cemetery with a camera (especially after a pretty
Tip #8: Start
a Grave Adoption project.
- If you listened to Episode
#11 from September 4, 2014, I suggested that
listeners consider starting a new fall tradition of adopting
#9: Invite a paranormal investigation team into your
home or a friend’s home and convince them to let you help
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