Archive for September, 2009

Do Not Move!

A couple of months ago I moved into a beautiful circa 1930s home.  It’s all original too with gorgeous woodwork, stain glass windows and art deco fixtures.  I’m beyond in love!

I haven’t really picked up any negative energy at all, but I have noticed something strange in the basement.  The previous owner left a really old chair in the corner with a note stuck to it instructing the reader “DO NOT MOVE”.  I’m curious as to why? I want to believe that it was just a note to the movers, but there were at least 5 other things that were down there that didn’t have any notes on them?

My dog came down to the basement on the first day but since then he won’t go down there anymore?  We actually had to coax him into going today because I feel that it’s ridiculous that he be afraid to be in his own house.

In a stern voice I asked that all that is unholy and negative leave my house, so hopefully it’s the end of that.  I am still trying to figure out what I’m going to email the previous owner?  I think I’m just going to ask her if I can move the chair now lol  I’ll keep you posted.

UPDATE: I wrote the previous owner and asked if it was okay to move the chair lol I asked her if it was a note to the movers and she said yes. When I moved the chair into the workshop that night I heard activity on the stairwell. So did my husband, but he said that it might just have been due to the sudden drop in temperature. A few other little strange things have happened since, but I am not going to say it’s haunted just yet.

Capitalism has gone cannibalistic due to people without souls hunger and greed for more.  Even though they are earning well, it’s still not enough.  For all of you that follow my blog, this is nothing new.

I believe that most of the very rich and powerful have gotten to where they are today by doing very bad things.  Don’t worry, they will pay when they are facing God and all that is holy.

Companies that have laid off US and Canadian workers STILL EXPECT them to keep on spending their MONEY, when in fact, there is less and less for them to spend. Then let’s not forget the government increasing taxes during this very difficult time, as the symbolic blood cherry on top.  Ridiculous!!!

People are now becoming more weary of big credit card debt and are going towards saving their actual money.  If you don’t need it, then don’t buy it, is the overall result today.  That’s the only way those greedy bastards will learn.

I am really looking forward to Michael Moore’s new movie, Capitalism, A Love Story.  It was playing at The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), but I missed it.  It will be due out in Theaters October 2nd.

My sister-in-law just emailed my the following article, because she knew I would be interested and most likely post it on here.  I think the main lesson is to always be very careful when going on paranormal investigations, whether they be for fun, or not. You never know what forces are at play when you open doors!  Also, it’s not wise to mix alcohol and dark places so keep a clear head if you do wish to take a chance and explore the unknown.  Ghost Hunting and investigating haunted places is no joke.  I wish more people would take it more seriously.  I know that accidents happen too, but I believe that we can prevent a majority of them.


 Police were treating the incident as an alcohol-fueled death by misadventure, and not as a ghost-hunting expedition gone wrong as it had been reported earlier


by: Timothy Appleby

TORONTO The Canadian Press

In a mishap that ignited a frenzy of speculation about ghost-hunting and the paranormal because it occurred at a 19th-century downtown university building rumored to be haunted, a 29-year-old Toronto woman plunged four storeys to her death in a small courtyard early Thursday when a chicken-wire screen she was crawling across gave way.

The unidentified woman and a 34-year-old male companion appeared drunk and said they had gained entry to 1 Spadina Cres. through a downstairs bathroom window, according to a witness who briefly spoke to the intruders and called campus police after a scream was heard.

Pitched at a 45-degree angle, the chicken-wire screen connects the third and fourth floors of the building, constructed in 1875 as an annex to the Knox College Presbyterian divinity school.

The man apparently made his way across the divide successfully but the woman fell through, said the witness, who was on a late-night visit to the office of a student newspaper when he encountered the pair.

The woman was carrying some small tea candles and a pink parasol, he recounted, requesting anonymity.

“She had an assemblage of stuff, I thought she was an arty type.”

But there was nothing unusual about the couple’s appearance, he said, and nothing to indicate they were on a “ghost-hunting” mission, as has been widely suggested.

Shortly before, he had spied the pair scaling a wrought-iron fence surrounding part of the building – a pointless exercise, he said, because they could have walked around it.

“From what they told me, it was just urban exploration,” he said. “What they indicated to me, drunkenly, was that they had just happened upon the building.”

Neither of the two are believed to be university students.

Police were treating the incident as an alcohol-fueled death by misadventure.

The intricately structured Gothic-style building has a rich history. At one point it served as a medical research lab, and eight years ago a university professor was murdered there.

But police rebutted a tide of suggestions that the couple were “ghost-hunting” when the accident took place.

“I don’t know where the expression ghost-hunting came from,” said Staff Sergeant Dave Vickers, fielding a mid-morning blizzard of media inquiries.

“I think the reason [the couple] went up there was because they were trying to access a building that was rumoured to be haunted. But ghost-hunting? Somebody’s taken that to a whole new level.”

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