I hope you're enjoying the holidays!
This is not only my last paranormal blog post of 2014, but it's also my last one until Saturday, February 7, 2015 since I have so many projects on which I'm now working.
As it stands now, I'm planning to post my "Spirit Photographs" blog posts about once a month and to have mini blog post updates between my regular posts whenever something interesting comes up.
As I said, I do have a lot of projects coming up that I'm planning to work on in 2015. One of those is a new paranormal book I have in the works that is somewhat similar to my first paranormal book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind," but with a new perspective. I have a lot of new paranormal photographs that I've never before published and new paranormal experiences that I've never written about that I would like to share with the world.
At this time, I'm trying to decide whom and what I'd like to include in my latest book. I have some ideas in my mind, but no firm commitments at this time. If you or someone you know would like to be considered for inclusion in my book, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Every week, either Greg or I are having spirits show up in the photographs we take (and just like snowflakes, no two are exactly alike!). And, what makes it all so intriguing is that we never know when something paranormal is going to appear in our photos.
A case in point: Christmas Day, Greg and I were visiting relatives, when I spotted an old mirror and decided to take a picture of it to see if anything strange, like a paranormal grid, would show up. Well, I didn't get a grid, but nearby, to the left of the mirror, I did manage to capture some ectoplasm. Spirit photography is so unpredictable and fascinating!
Can you spot the ectoplasm in this photo?
May you have a blessed and happy new year!
Thanks for visiting! Until next Saturday, February 7 (or sooner!), Becky