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The Road Before & After Surgery
February 6, 2018
WE'RE... B-A-C-K... Time To Hit The Road For Another HISTORIC Adventurer!
Mood:  celebratory
Now Playing: Day 2953-Chapter 3... Happiness~My Silver Lining


Talking about keeping busy before surgery!

There is no better way in my book to stay busy than to be offered by a private owner to check out their historic property. An old historic, 3rd generation farmhouse built in 1898. NO WAY was this gal going to turn down an amazing chance to investigate another historic gem of a property!

Keeping my mind and body busy before surgery... CHECK-CHECK!!

This historic property investigation has been in the making over the past four days. I have been in contact, back and forth via online and telephone between the current generation who owns the historic gem of a farmhouse located in Kentucky as well as the grounds keeper. The property has been kept closed and winterized for several months after what the current owners, a 3rd generation family believe is not one, but several spirits that have taken over the farmhouse. I did ask what they believe might had caused a shift in the homes environment, so to speak. I was told that after their Dad, Grandfather had passed and they began cleaning out all the contents of the old farmhouse. It was then that things took a very sudden turn and not always in a good way. Not only did the entire family used to be skeptics. But it was only until after cleaning out the farmhouse of it's entire contents did they then realize they were not alone.

I always inform private residential owners as well as those who are owners of historical sites... the less information you give me... the better.

I like to go into an old historic property with the least amount of history as possible. I don't want to assume anything that I was told as maybe my brain is seeing or sensing the same information given to me prior to arriving. Myself and Eric have visited many historical sites over the years. Doing so with the least amount of history of the location as possible. Just the standard walk-through as we will be given later this week by one of the family members who took over the historic family farmhouse. We were also asked to please not list the name or exact location of the historic farmhouse due to the family still using parts of the property for very well known fundraisers that are held through out the year. They believe that the skeptics might poke light or make fun of what they now firmly believe as those who reside, spiritually, in the historic home. However, we were given their blessing to document and share our findings. The family was then given the links to this blog and our new Podcast-Blogcast website.

An Indian Chief bigger than life, several spirits, some playful... others not. I also believe that it could very well be possible to connect with their Dad, Grandfather whom recently passed away and handed down the historic farmhouse to the next generation. I believe that anything... is possible.

There will always be skeptics, those who don't believe in the afterlife and that is fine. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs and opinions. But when it comes to an entire family of skeptics, that are now believers due to first hand experiences, even so much as of documenting full apparitions walking across the living room... well... it's really hard not to believe. Anything... is absolutely... possible. Even in the afterlife.

I am beyond ecstatic to be able to share our first new historic adventurer of the year with everyone on our new Podcast-Blogcast website! So much more soon to follow as well on prior trips visiting some of the most impressive, yet historically b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l buildings and private residential locations. We are already scheduled for another private residential visit with an owner who has a very playful spirit that has been residing in their home for years. A secluded property right outside of West Chester, Ohio. More of that and this week's historic property visit soon to follow!

Don't forget to check out today's Podcast-Blogcast at:

 "Our Crazy Little Life"

We will be sharing video footage of our most memorable connection. An old historic bed-and-breakfast that we visited last year with a spirit whom refused to share their bed.


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Updated: February 7, 2018 12:33 AM EST
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