Welcome to the ongoing weekly series called Tuesday Travelogue. We are in our 110th week!
Each week, some ActiveRain bloggers are spotlighted to take us somewhere we may not have been on some kind of virtual travel (and it doesn't cost a dime!). Here is the purpose:
to enjoy the ride"
"take a trip without even leaving the farm"
"expand your horizons"
"see through someone else's eyes"
and hopefully much more!
It's all about Ghosts this day in October!
We start out by visiting a Ghost Town in my own state of Oregon. Golden Oregon is on the national register of historic places. Check it out! It's a terrific story of gold, miners' lives, and what it looks like now. Thank you, Gary Swanson.
The Secret Life of Ghosts! What an intriguing title, and Andrea Sweidler went to an actual Paranormal Lecture about just this topic. It sounds like something I would definitely sign up for...next time I'm in Connecticut.
Do you need to help a ghost "let go" of their earthly ties? Laura Cerrano offers some tips on how to say goodbye that starts with the story of Amityville on Long Island NY.
Next we go to Glanmore in Ontario for a ghostly tale of lovely history beautifully told by Jo-Anne Smith. She weaves a tale of pianos playing of their own accord and other paranormal activities, sometimes attributed to the ghost of Harriet Phillips--this is so well written!!
The Hammock House, once told to be built for Blackbeard, but seems to have had a few ghosts hanging around through the ensuing years is shared with us by Amy Hahn and she draws us in with tales of captured women, slaveowners and military men...many layers of hauntings here in North Carolina at The Hammock House!
Please don't forget to comment on these blog posts and I hope that you enjoyed all of these virtual travels.