Thursday, April 14, 2011

Supernatural Friday-Seance and Paranormal Investigation at Stories Comics April 12, 2011

On Tuesday, April 12th, I drove to Stories Comics on Forest Hill Avenue in Richmond to attend the seance that I was invited to. It would be held from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. I got there early, so I took a couple of pictures of the cool telephone booth with a standup of Clark Kent inside changing to become Superman in it, then I saw a friend, Shara Lanel. I got out of my car, got my stuff, and locked it, joining her.

Someone else joined us and we chatted until they let us in about ten minutes to nine. Once everyone that would be there had arrived, we paid our fees and listened to Elizabeth Bissette as she talked to us.

First would be the investigation, which took place in the back room of the used bookstore section of Stories. Earlier, when I had went back there it had been comfortable, but the second time we all walked right smack into freezing air. Chilled, we proceeded with checking out to see who or what haunted the room. I even used my Frank's Box. One male spirit kept saying gun and yes a couple of times, while a female one said yes once. My drowsing rods I used pointed out an entity was behind the employee of Stories that was filming us. Later, as you can see from the photo above I caught a man-shaped shadow directly behind him!

Besides this, I felt something making the sleeve of my T-shirt on my left arm move, plus chilling temps that surrounded me off and on. When I asked the ghosts to make the temperatures go down on my temperature gauge, they responded well, going down as far in one instance to 33!

We left the room after a while and headed back to the front of the comic store where Elizabeth began a seance, using candles at first, and when that didn't work, other means. We learned that at least nineteen, maybe more, entities were with us that night. In the last photo above, you can see a lot of shadows hanging around Elizabeth.

Finally, it was after eleven, and we left for Cheryl Pryor to lock up. Did the spirits watch us go, and were they happy we left? Or sad about it? Whatever the case, I had gotten a T-shirt from Stories that says: "I Did Not Survive the Haunted Comic Store." but really I did survive it!


Kate said...

That is so awesome! I live just a few miles from the store, and I've been in there a few times. I kind of want the shirt!

Pamela K. Kinney said...

I got the shirt that night--it is great!

Marne said...

Gosh, that sounds like such a blast! A little spooky, but fun. If I ever get up in that area, I'll have to check it out. I love haunted tours...