I have always been fascinated by the other side with a love of old and historic locations. I began to experience spirits first hand about 11 years ago and more recently discovered I could communicate with them!
My experiences started when I was frequently staying in an old house built circa 1760s in New Hampshire. I heard foot steps coming into my room at night with someone standing at the foot of my bed. I experienced night terrors and night sweats where I would wake up soaked in sweat or feeling like I was being dragged off the bed. I had a general foreboding staying in this house, and eventually refused to stay overnight. I could even pin point where the activity was mostly concentrated, and it turns out the family said the light bulb above this area frequently had to be changed and as kids they used to play “who can stay in the attic the longest”.
That was it. Something real was going on. What I was hearing and feeling was undeniably real!
I then went to veterinary school and I had no additional time or space left in my brain to think about the spiritual world. Nothing really happened directly to me during this time, although I continued with my paranormal obsession (watching Ghost Adventures and Dead Files on the Travel Channel religiously) and I frequently visited historic locations just to feel what was there.
After veterinary school, I moved to New Jersey alone with my dogs. I would frequently go hiking with them nearby. It was during one of these hikes, that I started having experiences again. Not knowing much of the history of New Jersey, I started to research what I was experiencing, and I slowly began to prove to myself that my psychic and mediumistic abilities to see, communicate, and receive information about past historical events from spirits AND from a location was accurate and real!
But you see, at heart, I am a science girl, and as much as I now know the information I am receiving energetically is real, I still love researching the history of a location and finding out the truth!
This blog is going to document and share my experiences on location as well as what I am learning along the way!