I'm running a day late on my blog post this month since I didn't get to consult with a psychic until this afternoon. I wanted to get her idea about the glowing outlined gravestone that I photographed a few weeks ago.
Last month, I wrote on this blog about the eerie-looking photo below-
(For the full story about this photograph, please see my Sunday, January 16, 2022 blog post entitled "Weird, Scary Photo!")
Anyway, the psychic said that there were spirits in this old cemetery.* The spirits were mainly those that had loved ones buried there. The glowing grave marker in the foreground of this photo is that of a grief-struck woman that had lost someone who was very close to her. She couldn't let the grief go, so her energy got stuck there.
We went back to this cemetery in East Tennessee a few days ago, hoping to get some more paranormal photos,
but it was not to be. Greg and I were very tired after getting ready for a birthday party, then celebrating and visiting with people, which we enjoyed, but we spread ourselves too thin. In other words, we had no energy left to take pictures that were paranormal! I mentioned this to the psychic, and she said that yes, in order to do any type of intuitive work that you needed to be well-rested.
However, she marveled about Greg's and my ability to take psychic photographs, that it was something she couldn't even do. (There are, of course, different types of psychic abilities.)
Greg and I have most of the paranormal photographs that we have taken in my book, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind" by Becky Arnott which is on Amazon in the Kindle format. See the widget above for more information, and how to order.
The same day that Greg and I took the glowing, grave-marker photo, we went to another old cemetery to lay flowers on the graves. It was Greg's family cemetery, the Reynold's Cemetery.