Follow Us

November 19, 2019

 One question I am often asked is, "Do pets cross over - can they visit us once they are gone?" I am happy to report that, yes, they do cross over and they also can visit and comfort us.

How do I know this? Well, let me tell you a story.

In 2013, I bought a home near Greenwood, Delaware. Despite being on a highway, it is reasonably secluded, set back from the road a bit, and surrounded by large trees. On the inside, it's like a camp or lodge,...

October 25, 2019

This time of year, everyone is “into” haunted houses, Halloween, and spirit/ghost communication. But many aren’t aware of the best way to record those ghostly voices known as Electronic Voice Phenomena. Here’s a quick “how-to” to get you started!

First, it’s important to know how EVPs are classified. When you’re finally sitting down to listen to your recordings, the Class A EVPs will jump out at you, sounding like an audible whisper, while t...

November 3, 2018

Photo: Fort Washington (Credit: US Coast Guard)

For this adventure, we will return to Fort Washington Park in Fort Washington, Maryland. The spirits I encountered at this park were very interesting and active, following me around the park for a few hours. In fact, the spirit we’ll hear about today initially didn’t want to speak to me at all!

The Fort Washington Lighthouse

In 1857, the first light was constructed outside the walls of Fort Washi...

October 27, 2018

                                    Photo: Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site, Hyde Park, New York. The

                                    mansion nearly completed in 1898. Credit: National Park Service

I am fortunate to have a close friend whose father was a Superint...

September 26, 2018

I'm sitting here during a raging summer thunderstorm and a thought comes to mind - why do we believe all lighthouses are haunted? An interesting question, isn't it?

I say "we" here, because I have spent a great deal of time around lighthouses, starting with my first job in the National Park Service (NPS) at Gateway National Recreation Area (Sandy Hook Unit, NJ) and continuing throughout my NPS (38 years) and US Coast Guard careers (33 years)...

I hope you enjoy this introduction video on my background and why I do this work.