Tuesday, July 08, 2003

haunting comment

boynton almost missed this recent comment by trivia team-mate Averil which links to some ghostly Old Melbourne Gaol photos. (Perhaps she is not a Sensitive afterall, or she would have somehow sensed the phenomenon of new comment in her bones.) The list of ghostly photos at Castle of the Spirits is intriguing. Strange Misty form in kitchen? boynton's cooking and blogging again. The Old Woman's Grave is rather spooky (too spooky for Nora we bet), the Ghost Dog rather close to home, and she wants to pinch this phrase from Ghostly Faces in Front of My Window. mail me your meanings
On this site, the account of a visit to Monte Cristo by the Australian Ghost hunters society (aghs) april 1999 is interesting reading. Boynton was once house-sitting her parent's old house in the country, when a neighbour asked her if she got scared there by herself. He thought the house was "spooky", and reading this account boynton can see some similarities with chilled rooms, strange stables, children reacting with emotional outbursts (albeit adult children) at certain points in the house, and dogs suddenly barking unusually and howling mysteriously . Actually boynton is not as sceptical as she may appear here, but thinks that any so called vibes of parent's house are fortunately good, that there is no apparent cause to label the stable "evil". Mail me your meanings.

Comments: haunting comment

Cool kitchen? Sort of a food workshop. And that dog? That's Sooty. I always wondered what happened to dead sock puppets.
Posted by Tony.T at July 9, 2003 02:07 PM

Or is it Lambchop.
Posted by Tony.T at July 9, 2003 02:07 PM

I thought it looked like Flo the ubiquitous, popping up where she's least expected, again.
But googling Lambchop I found this page which features both puppet and (ghost)dog!
Now is that paranormal, Tony?
Posted by boynton at July 9, 2003 02:47 PM

Great link Averil - and yes Boynton is right when she guesses that the Old Woman's Grave is just too creepy for me.
Boynton - I think your parent's house IS haunted. Perhaps Boynton should think of conducting ghost tours during the Festival?
Posted by Nora at July 9, 2003 06:55 PM

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