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Dead Do Cry Out Because It's Hungry
Ghost Month At Lily Dale
Raggse J. McConnell
Ghosts In The News
Hungry Ghost Month is
a time when wailing ghosts crying
ghost come to visit. As you know Haunted
Ghost Month began August 1, 2008 in
the western calendar. And so many
haunted experiences to count or on
the rise. Look at the daily news very
form of media has at least one or
two paranormal stories and articles
in the headlines.
Is It because the dead
really want to be noticed? Or the
advent of so many paranormal ghost
hunters and groups trying to become
real famous? Have you seen Ghost caught
Dale, NY... Old Haunts or new again!
Lily Dale Assembly Spiritualist
community on Cassadaga Lake offers
daily lectures on the wonders of psychic
phenomena, clairvoyant demonstrations,
and spiritual healing.
Lily Dale is a spiritualist
community of the Modern Spiritualist
movement located in Chautauqua County,
New York, USA. It is in the Town of
Pomfret at the north end of Cassadaga
Lake, next to the Village of Cassadaga.
Located in Southwestern New York State,
it is one hour south of Buffalo, three
hours south of Toronto, three hours
north of Pittsburgh and three hours
east of Cleveland. Lily Dale is located
a half an hour from Chautauqua Institution.
The community provides
a series of seminars and meetings
throughout the year. There is a fee
for admission to the grounds, which
include a museum, The Marion Skidmore
Library, Lily Dale Museum and Historical
Society, bookstore, shops, and a snack
bar. Also of note to the potential
tourist is the Lily Dale pet cemetery.
The pet cemetery is located at the
entrance to the Leolyn Woods, a towering
old-growth forest. The town of Lily
Dale has its own Volunteer Fire Department,
water supply and two swans named Lily
and Dale. Visitors must pay a gate
fee of $10 per person during the summer
season which runs from mid-June until
Labor Day. Gate fees are waived on
Sunday morning to allow nearby residents
to attend church services.
In 1916, the childhood home of the
Fox sisters was moved from Hydesville,
New York to Lily Dale, NY. The sisters
are considered to be the primary founders
of modern spiritualism. On September
21, 1955 the cottage was destroyed
by a fire. The Fox sisters were three
women from New York who played an
important role in the creation of
Spiritualism, the religious movement.
The three sisters were Kate Fox (1838–1892),
Leah Fox (1814–1890) and Margaret
Fox (also called Maggie) (1836–1893).
In 1848, the two younger
sisters – Kate and Margaret
– were living in a house in
Hydseville, New York with their parents.
Hydesville was a hamlet which no longer
exists but was part of the township
of Arcadia in Wayne County. The house
had some prior reputation for being
haunted, but it wasn't until late
March that the family began to be
frightened by unexplained sounds that
at times sounded like knocking, and
at other times like the moving of
During the night of March 31, Kate
challenged the invisible noise-maker
to repeat the snaps of her fingers.
It did. It was asked to rap out the
ages of the girls. It did. The neighbors
were called in, and over the course
of the next few days a type of code
was developed where raps could signify
yes or no in response to a question,
or be used to indicate a letter of
the alphabet. The girls initially
addressed the spirit as "Mr.
Splitfoot" which is a nickname
for the Devil. Later, the alleged
"entity" creating the sounds
claimed to be the spirit of a peddler
named Charles B. Rosma, who had been
murdered five years earlier and buried
in the cellar. Doyle claims the neighbors
dug up the cellar and found a few
pieces of bone, but it wasn't until
1904 that a skeleton was found, buried
in the cellar wall. No missing person
named Charles B. Rosma was ever identified.
Kate and Margaret were sent away
to nearby Rochester during the excitement
— Kate to the house of her sister
Leah, and Margaret to the home of
her brother David — and it was
found that the rappings followed them.
Amy and Isaac Post, a radical Quaker
couple and long-standing friends of
the Fox family, invited the girls
into their Rochester home. Immediately
convinced of the genuineness of the
phenomena, they helped to spread the
word among their radical Quaker friends,
who became the early core of Spiritualists.
In this way appeared the association
between Spiritualism and radical political
causes, such as abolition, temperance,
and equal rights for women.
The Fox girls became famous and their
public séances in New York
in 1850 attracted notable people including
William Cullen Bryant, George Bancroft,
James Fenimore Cooper, Nathaniel Parker
Willis, Horace Greeley, Sojourner
Truth and William Lloyd Garrison.
They also attracted imitators, or
perhaps encouraged people who previously
had hidden their gifts. At any rate,
during the following few years, hundreds
of persons would claim the ability
to communicate with spirits. Both
Kate and Margaret became well-known
mediums, giving séances for
hundreds of "investigators,"
as persons interested in these phenomena
liked to call themselves. Many of
these early séances were entirely
frivolous, where sitters sought insight
into "the state of railway stocks
or the issue of love affairs,"
but the religious significance of
communication with the deceased soon
became apparent. Horace Greeley, the
prominent publisher and politician,
became a kind of protector for the
girls, enabling their movement in
higher social circles.
Lily Dale is often considered the
most haunted place in Chautauqua county.
OF GETTYSBURG. . .
ghosts are often heard crying out
The ghosts of our many
National Battlefields are often heard
crying day and night. Ghosts
of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking
Tours in Gettysburg and
the Ghosts of Fredericksburg Tours
in Virginia. Author, and founder,
Paranormal Investigator, And the number
1 ghost tour in America for 2008.
Has uncovered many startling encounters
and paranormal activity over the years.
Nesbitt just happens
to be Going to Lily Dale, NY this
month and could not have picked a
better month to be there. In recent
years it seems the many ghosts and
spirits that follow people to the
haunted Lily Dale Assembly Spiritualist
community on Cassadaga Lake. Have
had the greatest number of sightings,
sounds and activity that some report
as being off the scale when it comes
to evidence that ghosts are real.
Sunday, August 31,
Lily Dale Assembly Hall
Lily Dale, NY
America's Civil War
battlefields are laboratories for
paranormal investigations. Mark Nesbitt
has collected over a thousand stories
that appear to show evidence of spirit
entities lingering on battlefields,
as seen on The Ghosts of Gettysburg
series on the History Channel. Dr.
Emmons has collected similar accounts
of hauntings in China as well as in
the town of Gettysburg and on the
Gettysburg College campus. Using this
data, as well as photographs, videos
and audio recordings, Nesbitt and
Emmons will present evidence of ghosts
and theories to explain them.
INVESTIGATIONS ON BATTLEFIELDS
How does one research a battlefield
for historic information germane to
the investigation site? How does one
even find a Civil War site (they're
not all national parks like Gettysburg)
and how does one get permission to
investigate there? What is the proper
use of the two types of equipment,
and “recording” equipment?
What does each piece of equipment
do? And finally, what is the proper
way to document all the data
gathered? With Mark Nesbitt
Sunday, August 31,
Lily Dale Assembly Hall
Lily Dale, NY
7:00 - 10:00 P.M.
is when Lily Dale is really haunted!
Real Ghost Do Cry Out Loud!
Many report hearing
crying ghosts at or near Lily Dale
Assembly Hall through out the month
of August. Lily Dale NY August 18
2007 This day, Grant Wilson and Jason
Hawes from Sci Fi Channel's Ghost
Hunters appeared at Lily Dale for
a conference. The general things heard
audibly were the sounds of several
"Ghost cry for
many reasons, They are in pain, Lost,
Sad or even happy. These very human
emotions do not stop just because
your dead." States world famous
Psychic, Paranormal Investigator Medium
Mickey Of Miami. "It has come
to my attention that more real EVP's
happen to record crying ghost more
then any other phenomena." "These
ghostly sounds tend not to be so popular
on the web because most want to hear
voices and statements."
Jason Sullivan of
Midwest Haunts on his first investigation
finds out what it feels like when
the ghost come out to play!
Ghost caught crying
video And EVP's or usually Captured
more so in August as Hungry Ghost
Month days go by. It seems like something
more is in the air this time of year
as far as the paranormal is concerned.
I plan to be in Lily Dale this August
to see what Evidence of crying ghosts
I can capture.
Gina Lanier has been a special featured
guest many times on several paranormal
programs that are nationwide on the
radio and worldwide on the Internet.
Lanier hunts ghosts or do they hunt
her. Lanier has worked on many cases
over the years from people who have
strange encounters of the paranormal
kind. Sex with ghosts haunted teddy
bears, Dolls Lanier investigates the
Lanier welcomes your questions and
will be glad to help you with your
haunted encounters and problems. Please
use the link below to visit her web
site and learn more.
Often called the Ghost Hunter's,
Ghost Hunter, Lanier strives to uncover
the truth! Known to many as the Best
and most knowledgeable ghost hunter
in the field today, Lanier continues
to explore many areas of the Paranormal
that many others fear to tread.
Lanier's investigations have been
the focus of many Paranormal Radio
Shows and as a Paranormal consultant
to those that seek her valuable advice
Lanier has in her own words; "Met
with the devil eye to eye." And
has had many personal paranormal encounters
that would send the most salted Ghost
Hunter packing. Her personal Stories
of Ghosts and demons is enough to
send a chill down anyone's spine.
Lanier is also considered to be the
most accessible real paranormal investigator
or ghost hunter in the world.
The Dead Spoken To You Lately?
Author of 49 books about history,
hauntings and the unexplained in America
for Whitechapel Press and Barnes &
Noble Press respectively. He is the
founder and president of the “American
Ghost Society”, a national network
of ghost hunters that collects stories
of ghost sightings and haunted houses
and uses investigative techniques
to track down evidence of the supernatural.
Taylor was born on September 24,
1966 in Decatur, Illinois, a Midwestern
city that is steeped in legend and
lore. Even the hospital in which he
was born is allegedly haunted by a
phantom nun! He grew up fascinated
with “things that go bump in
the night”, as well as the writings
of haunted travel writer Richard Winer
and legendary ghost hunter, Harry
Price. In school, Taylor was well-known
for his interest in the paranormal
and often took friends on informal
ghost tours of haunted places all
over downstate Illinois. He would
later turn this interest into his
In 1989, Taylor started working in
a bookstore and a few years later,
he wrote his first book on ghosts.
It was called Haunted Decatur and
delved into the ghosts and hauntings
of the city where he grew up. He also
created a tour that took guests to
places that he had written about in
the book. The book became an immediate
success and its popularity, along
with his previous experiences with
ghost hunting, established Taylor
as an authority on the supernatural.
The book and tour led to media and
public appearances and numerous requests
to investigate ghostly phenomena.
In 1996, Taylor organized a group
of ghost enthusiasts into an investigation
team and the American Ghost Society
was launched, gained over 600 members
in the years that followed. The organization
continues today as one of America’s
largest and most honored research
In 1998, Taylor moved his operations,
which now included the American Ghost
Society, a history and hauntings bookstore
and a publishing company called Whitechapel
Press, to Alton, Illinois, near St.
Louis. In Alton, Taylor started his
second tour company, Alton Hauntings,
which took guests to local haunted
places in the small Mississippi River
town. He would go on to put the place
on the map as “one of the most
haunted small towns in America.”
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