Diary entries relating to "ghosts"
Saturday, June 7, 2014
When people tell me they are wondering who they should spend the rest of their lives with, I always suggest that they consult their ghosts. One piece of ghostly advice I got before I was married was to go to a comedy movie on the first date. It worked for us. We went to the Producers on our first date, laughed our heads off, and had a wonderful...
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
A few weeks ago, I felt a ghost crawl into bed with me, and I somehow had the impression this ghost had been an actor. Since we're only friendly with one actor--a female--I assumed that's who it was. But a perusal of the internet and the obituaries revealed that she is, thankfully, very far from dead.
A few days later, I found...
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Funny about being sick—I find myself more interested in everyday life than in anything supernatural. And yet, ghosts are still wandering through our lives. For instance, a ghost has turned up to help my maid for two weeks in a row. She’s a nice assistant, but she’s nobody I ever knew. At least, I don’t recognize her....
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
I've noticed that certain people have more of a relationship to the dead people in their lives--what we might call ghosts--that others. Psychic mediums
are like this--perhaps because the have one foot in each world. The dead often show themselves in what might be considered ordinary...
Monday, February 4, 2013
I've written before about stinky aliens
, but I just got some interesting information about flower-scented ghosts.
I was chatting with someone after a meeting, and somehow the topic of ghosts came up. He told me this story.
He was riding in his car one day...
Thursday, March 1, 2012
We recently returned from a conference in Phoenix. Like most UFO conferences, it was a combination of the grand and the goofy. There were people who gave wise talks about serious, well-thought-out theories, while other people, wearing white doctors' coats, took people who thought they might be contactees into a booth where they shone a black light...
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Before I write about this incident, I need to include a preamble: When Whitley and I were a struggling young couple living in New York City, we used to cast about for inexpensive things to do on weekends. On one of these weekends we decided to visit Sunnyside, Washington Irving's house in the Hudson Valley which has been turned into a museum (...