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The perfect place for new investigators seems to be cemeteries. Many do not have closing hours, they are known to be haunted, and they certainly have the "creep" factor that is sought after.
However, cemeteries are filled with perils that most are unaware of, from the demonic to the parasitic.
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Please my special guest Myrtis Johnson founder of Save Our Graves Foundation. Mrs. Johnson is preserving cemeteries in St. Helena Parish.
Also join us tonight is Leon A. Waters is a licensed tour guide for Hidden History Tours, a division of Hidden History, a touring, publishing, and research company started by Waters. Waters is also a founding member of the Louisiana Museum of African American History located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Leon will discuss the slave cemetery found in Norco, LA.
Are cemeteries truly haunted or is it pure superstious? Listen in as Kurt and Moe delve into the idea that cemeteries might or might not be haunted. Listen in to the stories that Kurt and Moe have about investigating cemetries and discuss ones that are legend for there Spirits. We want listners to call in with their theory.We have special guest Sean Austin Paranormal Investigator and Musician
Cemeteries: The Energy of The Dead An Intelligent haunting involves energy or ghosts that are aware of an environment and sometimes, those who are living who invade their space. Residual energy is an imprinted incident repeating itself as if the film is stuck on one scene. When you buy something that has a previous owner if they are deceased that energy can follow the object.
Since the dead imprint then it would seem indeed that cemeteries are good places to make contact with some of those who have passed over. The imprint remaining behind in the very vault or grave where they are buried.
What do you think?
Join Madonna as she talks about cemeteries where the dead still remain.http://youtu.be/gsL_DGT2q0I
VA operates 131 national cemeteries in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Burial and memorial benefits are available for eligible service members, Veterans, and family members.
There are Veterans out there that do not know all of the benefits that they are aware of to this date.
We are going to help them with this this week. Join me as I make much mention if this Title called. Burials and Memorials.
Please join Host Antoinette Harrell and Co-Host Robin Foster as we talk about one of the many legacies that we are neglecting. According to the genealogical research of family historian,Antoinette Harrell, Tangipohoa and St Helena Parishes in Lousiana have many neglected cemeteries. Our families worked hard to provide a place to bury our dead when no other place could be found.
Maintaining the cemetery preserves its genealogical value. In many rural areas, it is easier to locate the family cemetery unlike in urban areas were people move in from other places. Family names are deep rooted in rural areas and easily recognized by other families in the area. Family historians who are fortunate enough to locate a well cared for cemetery with headstones can also locate other members of the family buried nearby.
Every church that calls itself an organized institution and collects tithing money and has a cemetery, should they be responsible for the upkeep of that cemetery?
Should distant family members who come back to bury their deceased loved ones and have not contributed to the maintenance of the cemetery pay an annual fee for its upkeep?
Antoinette with the help of Bernard Temple, son, and friend, Iloina Lyttle, recorded nine cemeteries and created a database which was donated to the Lousiana USGen Cemetery web site for blacks.
Our guest is Martha Hazzard Decker , founder of East Texas Paranormal. Martha became involved in paranormal investigations in 1999, then; when she retired from law enforcement in 2007 she formed her team, East Texas Paranormal. She is a Texas area rep for America Ghost Society and is proud to be a part of the Paranormal Warriors of Saint Michael Network and the Paranormal Clergy Affiliates. Martha has professional experience as an investigator both criminally and civilly. She is a writer, photographer and professional speaker. We will talk to her about her investigations at The Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana, The Jefferson Hotel in Jefferson Texas and many private and business locations.
In the second hour, our guest is Individual investigator, Len Dorman, who has concentrated many years of research on Bachelors Grove Cemetery and its relationship to the Senator Humphrey House and Libby May, who is the first born daughter of John and Amelia Humphrey and is the subject of much of Mr. Dorman's interest. Libby died in 1865 at the age of 11 months and 4 days and is buried in Bachelors Grove, but there is evidence the young spirit may not rest in peace.
Discussions on Paranormal Phenomena: Ghost/Spirits, Psychics/Mediums, Hauntings, Demonic Possession, Ufology, Alien Abduction, Time Travel, NDE's, Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Conspiracies & All Things Unexplained.
Chris Medina, Chandra Stull, and Scott Gruenwald; hosts, producer Belinda Clark-Ache and Claire Connolly; live chat room host & questions broadcast "LIVE" every Wednesday Evening @ 9e/8c/6p.
Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting the environmentalist and director of the Circle Sanctuary On May 16 at 11 am eastern as she talks about the new Green Cemetery movement.
Selena Fox, environmental activist and director of Circle Cemetery, will talk about combining natural burial with Nature preservation in Greening the end of life. Circle Cemetery, founded in 1995, is part of the 200 acre Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve near Barneveld, Wisconsin and is one of first national Green cemeteries in the USA.
Selena Fox works with Green burial in several ways. As director of Circle Cemetery, one of the first national Green Cemeteries in the USA, she arranges and supervises the Green burial process and cares for natural burial grave sites. As a death passages counselor and minister, Selena works with the dying and their loved ones in designing and conducting Green burial ceremonies and memorial services. As an environmental activist and educator, Selena speaks in person and in the media on Greening the end of life through natural burial and Green cemeteries.
Tonights show host - Patty Lynam
"Our new project involves investigating underwater sites such as wrecks, submerged villages and cemeteries."
I am a retired National Board Certified Social Sciences Teacher. I taught every level from Pre-school through College. I've been interested in the paranormal all my life and have had various experiences. Greg and I have been investigating for about 6 years. Our team is family based, including 2 of our children and my 3 sisters, although we do have some non family members now. We've investigated both public sites and private homes from Maine to Florida. Our new project involves investigating underwater sites such as wrecks, submerged villages and cemeteries. The souls that may be down there might be waiting for communication. Although this has been tried before, we plan on doing this full time. We are currently certifying our divers, and preparing our boat. We have a medium on our team who is researching her ability to astral travel underwater.
Debe Branning has been the director of the MVD Ghostchasers of Mesa/Bisbee paranormal team since 1994. Debe has been a guest lecturer at Ottawa University, Central Arizona College, Arizona State University and South Mountain Community College. She has appeared in an episode of "Streets of Fear" for FearNet.com which aired October 2009 and on an episode of TRAVEL CHANNEL'S "Ghost Stories" about haunted Jerome, Arizona in July 2010. Debe is the author of "Sleeping With Ghosts-A Ghost Hunter's Guide to AZ's Haunted Hotels and Inns" (2004), "Grand Canyon Ghost Stories" (2012), and two children's books. She has a new book coming out late in 2012--"The Graveyard Shift--Arizona's Historic and Haunted Cemeteries" She pens columns for Examiner.com titled "Arizona Haunted Sites" and "Haunted Places" so travelers know where they might find a ghost or two as when they visit Arizona and the United States.
Angie has been a cemetery photographer since 2003. She have photographed over 1329 cemeteries. She has volunteered many of her photos to Illinois counties and state cemetery websites through the years. Photographing full counties and traveling the entire state which she keeps on her website walkamongthedeadgirl.com
Varla Ventura was introduced to the strange and unusual at a young age. Her first game was a Ouija board and family picnics in cemeteries were common outings. She spent most of her formative years exploring graveyards, underground tunnels, and abandoned mansions in, around, and under Nevada City, California. She is the author of Sheroes, and a life long love of the true oddities inspired her to write the trivia book The Book of the Bizarre: Freaky Facts & Strange Stories.
We talked about her investigations into magical beings, including fairies, banshees, vampires, werewolves, and shape-shifters. We even got into a good conversation about Ayahuasca and Psilocybin mushrooms!
Join us for another episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Friday, October 14, 2011 starting at 10pm Eastern, 9pm Central, 8pm Mountain and 7pm Pacific with host Thomas MacEntee. This week our show is entitled Bring Out Your Dead! Cemeteries and Genealogy. Our special guests will include: Brett Atlas and Scott Kroeger, founders of RestingSpot.com, a unique combination of mobile and web technologies you can use to preserve the legacy of loved ones for generations to come; and Lisa Swanson Ellam of The Faces of My Family blog, who is trained in the art of cemetery preservation and tombstone restoration. Wait until you hear Lisa’s recent story about a restoration project – talk about genealogical serendipity! And, as usual, you never know what other aspects of genealogy and family history will be covered at GeneaBloggers Radio so tune in! GeneaBloggers Radio is about the most fun you can have with your genealogy on a Friday night!