Saturday, November 19, 2022

Eerie Photograph!

 Welcome!

I have a really eerie photograph to share with you in this post today! 

I was wondering a few days ago what to put on today's blog post since nothing significant had shown up since my last blog post which I published last month. 

Then, earlier this week, around evening, I happened to look out our back door, and to my amazement, I saw our neighbor's sheep on our property. He usually keeps them on his farm, but this time they escaped, and they seemed to enjoy eating our nice green grass.

Although it was misting rain, I grabbed my camera and ran out onto our deck to try to get some pictures of the sheep since I love taking pictures of animals.


 All I did to this photo was lighten it up and clarify it a bit, and I added my watermark. 

I didn't even notice the long streak of light midway in the picture until I put it on the computer. The streak seems to go from left to right, and there is more of it in front of the tree trunk. A few sheep are blurred because they are moving fast, but the streak of light doesn't seem to have anything to do with the sheep.

I believe this streak is ectoplasm. The misty rain must have made the conditions just right for a spirit or even several spirits to manifest. (This is not fog.) I guess the spirits were attracted to the sheep. These spirits could be either human spirits or even animals, maybe even other sheep who have passed on.

I have a lot more (over 100!) spirit photographs in my book on Amazon, entitled "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind" by Becky Arnott that you might enjoy. It has paranormal photographs that my husband, brother, and I took that not only have ectoplasm, but orbs, vortexes, shadow ghosts, and even see-through ghosts! For more information about my book on Amazon, just click on the widget above.

Happy Thanksgiving!

 Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, December 17, 2022, Becky

Sunday, October 16, 2022

Paranormal Places

 

Welcome!

There are several paranormal places I'd like to share with you in this blog post.

The first one features a relatively new business that is in a really old building in historic Abingdon, Virginia. Here is a picture of it that I took a couple of weeks ago-

Notice all of the ectoplasm in this photograph! It's on the upper right window, as well as on the large windows below. A large streak comes from above to the awning. I took another picture of this building, and it was very similar to this one.

This is not the only building in Abingdon that is old, for most of the buildings there are very old. It's generally the old places that tend to attract spirits, that have ghosts. (I'll show another haunted business in Abingdon at the end of  this blog post.)

My brother, Nick, and his wife, Lisa, recently traveled to two areas that apparently are paranormal, that are very haunted.

The first place they visited was Charleston, South Carolina (This is another place that has some really old buildings.) where they went on a haunted ghost tour.

Then, they spent the night at Embassy Suites in an old building which is supposed to be haunted,

especially room M113!

Nick said they "didn't hear or see anything unusual. The building was once the Citadel Military Academy back in the 1800's, so there are areas that have a creepy vibe!"

Their other trip was to Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary in Petros, Tennessee which is no longer a working prison. Instead, they now offer special tours, etc. to the public. 


 Since the prison is apparently haunted, it offers an overnight paranormal tour. Brushy has even been featured on some paranormal television shows.

Nick said that he and Lisa did the self-guided daytime tour of the prison where Nick had his own "EVP session with (his) phone recorder in a secluded area of the facility" where they heard "a subtle odd sound on the playback!"

Yesterday, I saw part of a "Wonder Woman" TV show for the first time, and it just happened to feature a character who could take photographs that were paranormal. 

Paranormal photography is a gift that my husband, Greg, my brother, Nick, and I all have. Many of our photographs contain ectoplasm, orbs, and sometimes, when we're very lucky, a ghost!*

The Martha Washington Inn (The Martha) in Abingdon, Virginia is haunted...


Happy Halloween!

not only by fake ghosts (See the photo above.), but by real ones as well! Go see for yourself, if you dare!

* Be sure and check out my book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind" which is full of spirit photographs that Nick, Greg, and I have taken. Please see and click on the widget above for more details on Amazon.

Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, November, 19, 2022, Becky






Sunday, September 18, 2022

Spirit Gardeners?

 Welcome!


I have something very unusual for you on this blog post! A relative, Lisa, just recently asked what I thought about a poinsettia that she had since she knew that Greg and I were very much into the paranormal.*

She showed me the flower while we were at her house.-


She said that this poinsettia was given to her in December of 2021 by her 102 year old great aunt. What's unusual about this flower is that it still has two leaves from the original bloom! She said that she'd never had one last that long.

Her aunt died a few months ago. Was this plant being tended to by her aunt who is now a spirit gardener?

Another strange incident involving flowers is that one day last year, Greg and I saw one beautiful flower growing by itself in our yard. It was a red petunia. He was surprised to see it since he didn't plant any like it the year before. Where had it come from? He said that his mother had loved petunias and the color red. Was this a sign from his mother that she was still around even though she had passed on a few years ago! 

Just because someone has passed on doesn't mean that they cease to exist. Our loved ones continue to care about us and are watching over us even after death.

*Greg and I are connected to the paranormal since we have the gift of taking spirit photographs. Also, besides this blog, I have written a book on the paranormal, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind," which contains over 100 paranormal photographs which I, Greg, my brother (Nick), and others have taken showing ectoplasm, orbs, shadow ghosts, as well as other paranormal phenomena.

Here is a photo which I took that shows a paranormal grid...


in the mirror above. It is similar to a few of the photographs in my book. The mirror was in Greg's boyhood home which was very haunted as I describe in the book. My childhood home was very haunted, as well. 

The book also has a picture of the famous June Tolliver House ghost which was taken by my brother when he was just a schoolboy.

For more information about my book and how to order it from Amazon, please see the widget above.

Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, October 15, 2022, Becky


Saturday, August 20, 2022

Paranormal Bays Mountain Park!

 Welcome!

A few weeks ago, Greg and I visited Bays Mountain Park in Kingsport, which is in East Tennessee. We hadn't been there in several years so we really enjoyed our visit. The park is really beautiful, so we took a lot of pictures, but a few of the photographs showed more than just the park's natural beauty!

Here is one of them-


Greg took the photo above. See if you notice anything unusual, like something paranormal.

This close-up photo should help-


This dead-looking tree (above) appears to be glowing! Psychic Elaine Watson, who helped me interpret the many paranormal photographs in my book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind," (See the widget above.) told me that anytime you see something glowing in a photograph, you can be certain that it is paranormal. (Why is this tree glowing? If Elaine were still with us, I would ask her. Now, we'll just have to use our imaginations to come up with an answer for that one until I can ask another psychic the next time I have a reading with her. Stay tuned!)

As we were leaving the park, I looked over and saw the Appalachian GhostWalks vehicle.


I couldn't imagine why they would be at Bays Mountain Park. Later, when we got back home, I called the park, and asked them if Bays Mountain was haunted since I saw the GhostWalks vehicle there. The woman who answered said that they were there conducting a Cherokee Bigfoot adventure tour in which the participants search for Bigfoot at Bays Mountain Park. I told the woman on the phone that I thought that sounded exciting, and that I would check it out. 

Several years ago, Greg and I, along with my mother and brother, all took one of the Appalachian GhostWalks tours in Jonesborough, Tennessee which we all really enjoyed. We were looking for ghosts then, of course, instead of Bigfoot.

FYI- www.appalachianghostwalks.com

Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, September 17, 2022, Becky


Sunday, July 17, 2022

Paranormal Orbs

 

Welcome!

I have a rather interesting photograph to share with you that I took just one week ago at a wedding that Greg and I attended. 

Here is the photograph-


I'm showing only the close-up of the picture so I can protect the identities of those in the photo. Notice the balls of light in this photograph. These balls of light are a type of ectoplasm known as orbs which are paranormal. These orbs show up really well against this dark jacket. The orb at the top is still, but the lower one is moving, thus it's called a moving orb.

Orbs are actually ghosts or spirits.

The two men in the photograph are relatives of the groom, and I am also a relative. Tears came to my eyes when I realized that our loved ones that passed on were there at the wedding with us. That was very reassuring. Spirits love celebrations and ceremonies, especially when they were close in life to those celebrating.

I also had tears because I was so happy that I was again able to take paranormal photographs. 

In my last blog post on 6/18/22, I questioned whether or not the picture I took was paranormal. I now know that the photo in my last post was real since I'm positive that the one in this post is real. 

For several weeks, I've had trouble taking paranormal photos since I stopped taking the medication I was on. My body and brain had to gradually adjust to no longer having the medicine which I'd been on for some time. I have been feeling better lately, and that is a good thing in general, and certainly for  anyone hoping to take paranormal photographs.

For a lot more photographs with orbs and other genuine paranormal phenomena, just click on the widget above for my book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind" by Becky Arnott which is a Kindle book on Amazon.

My ability to take paranormal photographs is back. Fantastic!

Stay tuned! the best is yet to come!

Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, August 20, 2022, Becky








Saturday, June 18, 2022

Paranormal Photo or Not?

 Welcome!

I want to share an interesting photograph that I took recently when I was at a bridal shower. Greg and I have been analyzing it carefully, trying to decide whether or not it is a paranormal photo.

Here's the photo in question-


Unfortunately, I had to crop off part of the photograph for the privacy of the ladies that were at the shower, but enough of it shows to give you the idea of the layout of the distant view of the subject.

I always look through the photos I take to see if there's anything strange about them since often times there is, because I have a gift of taking paranormal photographs.

I zoomed in on the photo above since I noticed something unusual-

Close-up of the Area in Question

 It looks as though the table near the center of the photo is glowing. Is the glow ectoplasm, or is it merely glare from the sun? Greg noticed that there is a strange trail of light that goes from the table, diagonally back to the right, and includes part of a chair, and it ends at the tree across the street. There is also light under, and on the back of, the chair in the left front of the photo.

I'd like to think that this photo shows the ectoplasm of spirits, connected to the bride and groom-to-be, that have come to enjoy the festivities of something very special. Spirits love going to celebrations.

So, is this a paranormal photo or not? What do you think?

I'll be talking with a psychic about this intriguing photograph in the near future to see what her thoughts are about it.

Stay tuned!

For much more about other intriguing, genuine paranormal photographs that include ectoplasm, orbs, shadow ghosts, and other strange anomalies that I, my husband, Greg, and my brother, Nick, have taken, just click the widget above for more information about my paranormal eBook, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind" which is for sale on Amazon. Thanks!

And thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, July 16, 2022, Becky


Saturday, May 21, 2022

Haunted! Tours

 If you like visiting haunted places, here are two you might really enjoy-

The first one is near where we live. It's the Octagon Mansion History Museum in Wytheville, Virginia.

However, there is more than just history at this museum. Besides the history museum tours, there are special events and paranormal investigations lead by teams. In fact, on June 11 of this year, there will be a paranormal investigation.

Apparently, the mansion is haunted by the ghost of a little girl who died there of polio in the 1950's.

A couple of weeks ago, Greg and I happened to go by there when the mansion was closed. However, we took some pictures outside, and in one of the photos, we noticed ectoplasm in front of this window-

(So many times, at haunted places, we've seen different types of ectoplasm in windows.)*

We're planning to go back there another time. That should be an interesting adventure!

FYI: The Octagon Mansion History Museum, 585 West Main Street, Wytheville, Virginia 24382 (The mansion is on Facebook.)

Just recently, my brother and his wife visited the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia. There is a historic tour of the facility, as well as a paranormal tour. Many of the mentally ill who were housed there, also died there, so that's why it's so haunted.

Anyone who feels really brave can even spend the night in this haunted place!

My brother sent me an eerie picture that he took of the asylum- (Great photo! Thanks, Nick!)


The Gothic/Tudor style of architecture of the asylum helps make it look really spooky!

FYI: http://trans-alleghenylunaticasylum.com

Enjoy the haunted tours!

*For more paranormal information and photographs with ectoplasm, etc., be sure to check out my book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind" by Becky Arnott on Amazon. (Please see the widget above.) 

Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, June 18, 2022, Becky