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Cemetery Musings: Broken Stones

A musing is defined in the dictionary as “a product of contemplation; a thought”. As I wander through cemeteries, I am often thinking about the stones above the ground and the individuals that lie beneath. Why that epitaph, that symbol, that style of writing? These are just some of the “cemetery musings” that cross my mind.

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My Paranormal Bucket List - The Omni Parker House Hotel

Hotel guests have reported hearing unexplained noises and seeing shadow figures, apparitions, and light anomalies (such as orbs), visible even to the naked eye. Many believe it is none other than Harvey Parker himself that roams those halls, still caring for his beloved hotel after all these years.

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Paranormal Investigator Etiquette 101

After going on several investigations and meet-ups I got to thinking, what is the proper “ghost hunter” etiquette? Or better yet, what is the proper “Maine Ghost Hunter” etiquette?

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Cemetery Musings: Shoes on a Wall

A musing is defined in the dictionary as “a product of contemplation; a thought”. As I wander through cemeteries, I am often thinking about the stones above the ground and the individuals that lie beneath. Why that epitaph, that symbol, that style of writing? These are just some of the “cemetery musings” that cross my mind.

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One More......

Through sentimental musings and teary eyes, I will share with you the things I would say or do if given that “one more chance” with those I miss so deeply.

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Teck Talk - REM Pod

So what are you thinking of getting next when you buy a new piece of equipment? It seems to be a very popular question lately and has come up numerous times on our weekly radio show ZeroLux Radio on Blog Talk Radio. So I thought on this Blog I would write about what’s not in my equipment case, but may be there soon.

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Cemetery Musings: What's in a Name?

A musing is defined in the dictionary as “a product of contemplation; a thought”. As I wander through cemeteries, I am often thinking about the stones above the ground and the individuals that lie beneath. Why that epitaph, that symbol, that style of writing? These are just some of the “cemetery musings” that cross my mind.

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Backroads of Maine

John and I are always traveling around…or “rambling” as we like to say…looking for new places or interesting things. Our trips almost never disappoint, usually leading us to one incredible find or another.

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Written in Stone: Meet the Carvers - Emmes

One of the most popular gravestone makers in Boston in the first half of the 18th century was Nathaniel Emmes (1690-1750). He learned the trade from a neighbor, William Mumford, and in turn taught his sons Henry (1716-1767) and Joshua (1719-1772). He also had William Codner (1709-1769) as an apprentice in his shop.

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Written in Stone: Meet the Carvers - Geyer

The Geyer Carvers were a father and son team who worked on Boston’s South End. Henry Christian Geyer was a respected artist who carved all of his artistry by hand. He not only carved gravestones but did models out of plaster of paris.

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