Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter”

When I was a kid growing up in Connecticut Ed and Lorraine Warren were very active doing lectures and slideshows around the state. Every year, around Halloween they'd come to Ridgefield and do a presentation in the evening at the high school auditorium. Most people now know them because of The Conjuring movies; The Conjuring … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter”

The Place of Shadows

The Place of Shadows is a terrifying non-fiction novel written by Mary J. Quirion. I know that the story is bizarre, but I also know that it's true. I know because I was there. Demons exist. Screwing around with the paranormal destroyed her life, took everything from her and I firmly believe that her involvement … Continue reading The Place of Shadows

The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend

Divide and Conquer! How long has this tactic been employed? Since Satan divided man from God in the Garden? Everywhere I look now it's what I see, over and over. Black versus White, Gay versus Straight, Christian versus Muslim, everyone versus the Police and craziest yet; Christian versus Christian. There have always been conflicts between … Continue reading The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend

These are the Kids in My Life

Another Sabbath has come and is almost gone - will be gone by the time I finish writing this. My heart is heavy this evening, thinking about the kids in my life. I never had any children of my own, and actually know very little about children. They just weren't on my radar. I don't … Continue reading These are the Kids in My Life

An Inconvenient Truth

Our pastor was talking during Sabbath School about the "casual Christian", and the thought just keeps popping back into my head. Casual Christian. I'm not sure that I've ever been a casual anything in my life. If I'm doing something, I'm doing it. Sometimes that's to my own detriment, of course, because I pick the wrong things … Continue reading An Inconvenient Truth