BLESSED SOLSTICE AND MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Along with the holidays this week, I'm happy to help my dear friend, Cathrina Constantine, celebrate the Re-release of her #YA #ParanormalThriller - WICKEDLY THEY COME. I've had the pleasure of reading it and it's a good one!!
I'm thrilled that Cathy is here today with a very special CURIOSITIES post, one that fits perfect with the holiday.
Without further ado, here's Cathy...
I’d like to thank Debbie for having me today.
I’m excited about my Re-Release of Wickedly They Come. The sequel, Wickedly They Dream will be out in February. The Wickedly Series is full of angels, demons, and ghostly spirits. I’m oddly drawn to in the inexplicable and paranormal activity around the world. I believe in other dimensions and ghostly spirits, who doesn't?
Today I’d like to tell you about a personal haunting. Well, I don’t really call it a haunting, but how the dearly deceased communicate with those left behind.
My father-in-law passed away roughly eighteen years ago. My 5-year-old daughter was very, very attached to her granddaddy, and ever since the funeral she’d cry every time she heard On Eagles Wings (the song played at the funeral). We’d visit his gravesite quite a bit back then, and she’d never get out of the car. She’d huddle in the rear of the van, crying and crying and too scared to move.
One night, my other daughter (her sister) came to get me, saying, “Jordan’s crying hysterically.” I ran to their bedroom to find Jordan weeping.
“Grampa was here,” she’d cried.
She went on to explain how Grampa was sitting on her bed holding a little statue of the Blessed Mother Mary and told Jordan, “I’m always with you. In your heart.” And he set his hand on his chest.
I didn’t know if I could believe her, but if you would’ve seen the astounded look in her eyes and the way that she described her Grampa, I had to believe her. And after that apparition, we went to the gravesite and Jordan jumped out of the car and ran to say a pray for her Granddaddy. Ever since, she can hear On Eagles Wings, lacking any tears. Grampa helped his little granddaughter during her time of bereavement.
Do you believe? I do!
I definitely believe! But wait! Cathy has more curious fun to share:
Buffalo has quite a history of the unexplainable, and I’m positive most places have similar claims. There’s so many, I didn’t now where to start. If you’re at all interested, I’ve posted a few sights around Niagara Falls where ghosts like to haunt.
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