Holy, Moly it’s been a while.

Holy, Moly it’s been a while.

Hey guys and girls,

Sorry it’s been so long since we’ve gotten part 2 of season 2 up and running. The real life job got in the way. But weeeeeeeee’re back. And hoping to have a new episode every 3 to 4 weeks for you to finish out season one. Right now you can view our newest episode where we investigate the Guyer Opera House in Lewisville, IN. This place was extremely active, so many personal experiences with just about everyone on the crew. so please head on over to GetScared.TV and see for yourselves.

Also, I was able to sit in on a couple of Paranormal Panels lately at a couple of different Wizard World shows. Ans on Halloween I was able to sit in on one about Ouija Boards with Talking Board expert Robert Murch, Paranormal Pop Culture expert Aaron Sagers, and Michelle Belanger of Paranormal State fame. It was good to hear what I had been thinking for a very long time, using a Talking Board or and Ouija Board is NO DIFFERENT than what we do by using a K2, spirit box, or any other device while trying to communicate with spirits. This is something I have been thinking for a while.

I too had a horrifying experience with and Ouija Board back in the day, but I now know why, it’s because I wasn’t ready to actually communicate at that time, so it was very scary. After the panel the group headed over to another room, and there were enough Ouija Boards for the entire group. So after a bit I sat down and did an Ouija board session with Aaron and Michelle. it was pretty uneventful (as we all know any thing paranormal can be from time to time) but I think I finally got over my fear of this what is in a intents and purposes a game they sell retail outlets. Fortunately I was one of the few who got to take one home, so I am hoping I will be able to talk the crew into trying one at a future investigation.

Head on over to our facebook page and get involved in the Talking Board conversation over there: facebook.com/OddityFiles

Here are some pics from the Ouija Board Panel at Wizard World Comic Con Ohio (yes it was Halloween, and yes that’s why I’m dressed like Sandy from grease):




Thanks for checking in!!