The Friendly Ghosts

“Ghosts” have a bad reputation – mostly based on scary popular movies like “The Shining” and “The Blair Witch Project” (and a dozen or more film screamers),

But the ghosts Flo encounters are more like “Casper – the friendly ghost” – spirits still earth-bound who want to help where they can. They are not fearsome, but benevolent and intuitive. And, helpful, because they can see and know what is coming – cloudy to us, but utterly transparent to them.

According to “Paranormal Professor” Loyd Auerbach, one of the first, renowned U.S. “ghost-busters,” apparitions who interact with us have not yet crossed over to The Other Side. Auerbach is probably one of the most experienced at discerning real ghosts. Over three decades, he’s reported and recorded countless poltergeist and apparition encounters. He’s shared these stories (some previously on TV, and some now, on YouTube). We listened to some of his tales – a few, quite hilarious -during a recent online event sponsored by the Rhine Center Organization in North Carolina.

As for the blog, Flo and I prefer to communicate with the “friendlies” who, although perhaps unsavory when alive, once they passed, have “seen the light.”  In Flo’s experience, these repentant apparitions are now working off their karma.

Given the pandemic now spreading across the world, the interest in life after death – as in “ghosts” – may find itself spreading just as fast. Mostly as we ponder – what ever will become of us when we are no longer here to social network.






Published by Florence Golden

Reluctant Medium -& protagonist in a book about communicating with the departed. Based on Experiences of my Author

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