Old Veterans Hospital
Posted 03 May 2013 - 10:48 AM
SHALOM my friends !
Posted 06 May 2013 - 08:56 AM
Just keep hitting the place for EVPs; you never know when something will catch. Since we don't know how or why things on the other side happen, maybe you're catching them on their day off, in an anti-social mood, laundry day, or whatever.
I had a small discussion about EVPs Saturday night while watching "My Ghost Story" with my wife. I just want to stick my head into the other side for a while, just to see and hear how they operate. It just fascinates me when normal conversation is captured, implying that it's just a normal life on the other side.
Posted 06 May 2013 - 10:48 AM
Posted 06 May 2013 - 10:52 AM
SHALOM my friends !
Posted 07 May 2013 - 02:15 PM
Posted Today, 12:13 AM
Announce who you are and what your are doing when you go to different floors. Thank them when they help you...like the chair incident. If they pull a fast one on you laugh and let them know it was a "Good one". If they get to be too much put on your Sergeant's Hat and tell them you will put them on KP if they don't "knock it off". Let them know when you are going to "Chow" or leaving for the night and tell them they are in charge until morning. Leave your recorder in a secure area and tell them if they have any messages for someone or wish to tell you something to speak loudly into the device since it helps you hear them.
These guys are just people and will respond to someone who gives them respect but doesn't let them get away with too much stuff. The playing little tricks is pure military and these are very mild compared to what the living GIs will pull on each other.
If nothing else, this will freak out the new hires in your building..... you talking to thin air all the time. LOL!
I would move hubbies desk back to where it was as you are interfering with the surgical team in your office. You don't want to mess with a military Doctor and it would be Armageddon to mess with a Military Nurse on their appointed rounds. The toughest Combat Vet fears to tread there. Although I could tell you some amazing stories of the tricks pulled by Doctors and Nurses on each other.
Hope this helps
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