Yes, Richmond, California has 4th of July fireworks on the 3rd of July. I’m not sure why. I stayed home but my husband went with his kayak friend and watched the fireworks in the SF Bay under the brilliant explosions.
I worked on my eBook in the quiet of my office at home. Today, the 4th, we went out for brunch at a restaurant in town where Mitchell has not gone before. He said he liked the decor and the food was good but something didn’t feel right.
I confessed that before I knew him I was called by the previous owner who thought the place was haunted. At that time, I tested the ground floor and it was fine. Upstairs, the large space, about the size of an apartment, was left unfinished. Cans of paint, stools, and wood created a maze to wind around as I tested some more. Along the front windows, I intuited different energy and when I meandered over there, my pendulum said yes to entities. Through questioning with the pendulum, I learned they were old actors who performed on stage at the theater across the street. Since it had been remodeled to house lawyer offices, the “ghosts” moved and settled in the restaurant’s empty upstairs floor.They liked to look at the building across the street and reminisce about their glorious past. I asked them to go to the light, to leave, but they wouldn’t so I left. I’m an energy tester, not a ghost buster.
At brunch today, I suspect they are still upstairs since Mitchell sensed unusual, uncomfortable energy in the building. We aren’t interested in confirming my suspicions.
My post yesterday, in Time To Write Now is about 3 presidents who died on the 4th of July. Coincidence? Click here.
I hope you had an enjoyable weekend.
Editor of Written Across the Genres
Author of Hada’s Fog