When psychics are also paranormal investigators, do you think they are swayed by spirit to locations where other psychics were mistakenly institutionalized?
In captive times of medicated stupor and submission in sanitariums across our country I wonder why a psychic ghost would linger in torment. Death certainly would be that open door to freedom that they longed for in their mortal shell. Once free from earthly bounds, what would cause a spirit to remain in a realm of despair? Or is it despair at all? Do we in our death oriented fears assume that spirits are trapped? The term trapped spirit really has an effect on me. Trapped by what? Trapped by guilt or by time or trapped by God or Satan?
We have all heard the question “is it haunted?” Clients want to know our opinion in the field. Someone on a television gives his or her opinion weekly. There are even persons and groups running about that will “certify” a location as haunted for whatever that is worth.
It might surprise you to find out that I generally don’t like the term. It might surprise you even more to find out WHY I generally don’t like the term.
I don’t like the term because it is subjective and hard to measure.
I think that nearly every place is haunted.
Now before you start accusing me of misleading clients and assuming that all of those “orbs” in my pictures are spectral beings flitting about the countryside, let me explain.