Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Episode 2 Rules of the Paranormal

What are the rules when it comes to the paranormal? There seems to be many --for investigators, the ghosts and even haunted places-- but who made them?
What are the rules when it comes to the paranormal? There seems to be many --for investigators, the ghosts and even haunted places-- but who made them? And are they all necessary, useful, or just plain silly?

You can tell by the length of this episode that Deedee, Sara, and Courtney had a lot to discuss about this topic, including:

  • Who says if three consecutive photos all show a ghost, it can't be a ghost then?
  • Why do some investigators and haunted places have a rule against using Ouija boards?
  • Do crosses/crucifixes and Holy Water dispel a demon or a haunting you if you're not a Christian or don't believe in God? 
  • Are only Christians haunted/hunted by demons? 
  • Could a person's religious belief call forth energies? Or does it just stir up their imaginations based on the teachings they've learned?
  • Unexpected things that allegedly protect people from ghosts, like bells, tattoos and piercings.
  • Should haunted places be required to post warnings about their alleged ghosts? (And how some, like Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, do.)
  • Rules of fashion --for both paranormal investigators and ghosts.

Locations Discussed in This Episode
  • Binions
  • Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary
  • Hinsdale House
  • Iron Island Museum
  • Mission Inn
  • Old South Pittsburgh Hospital

What Makes This Episode MessyReligion. 'Nuff said. Anytime you go "there," it's bound to get sticky!

Here is the picture from Binions that Deedee captured a possible Spirit

Here is a link to her blog to read more about it and see more pictures
This is the necklace that Deedee wears to all haunted location that she talks about in the podcast 


To listen go here 

1 comment:

  1. OMG that necklace is NOT like the one that was on Amazon. It's WAY better!!!! Holy cow...if I ever came across one I'm snatching it up. I had no idea something like that even existed!!!!

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