Joe Nickell, author of The Science of Ghosts credits himself with being the world’s only full-time, professional, science-based paranormal investigator. Mr. Nickell also happens to be Senior Research Fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry and Investigative Files Columnist for Skeptical Inquirer. The basis for his dismissal of ghostly encounters is explained in simple terms:

**After four decades of investigations by Mr. Nickell, not a single ghost has ever been validated by science;

**Science cannot substantiate the existence of an afterlife energy that functions without a brain (enabling one to walk or gesture). As explained by the science of neurology, when the brain dies, brain function ceases;

**Ghosts are almost always reported as seen wearing clothing (which is inanimate).

In his book, the author neither claims to have seen any apparitions during his investigations nor witnessed any unexplained paranormal activity; hence I understand his reliance on scientific evidence to prove their existence. Without firsthand experience of paranormal activity, the concept of “ghosts” is difficult to fathom unless one is presented with compelling evidence or has a strong belief in the subject. I have both evidence and faith.

Carlton County Jail, Ottawa ON, Canada

Carlton County Jail, Ottawa ON, Canada

As a writer, I seek out experiences that authenticate what I am writing about and that is what drove me to stay overnight alone in one of the ten most haunted places in the world—the Carleton County Gaol in Ottawa. I was conducting research for a book at the time (Where Angels Gather) and the jail played an important role in my story. The other compelling reason for my visit was curiosity—my mother had worked at the jail sometime in the 1940s or1950s.

9th floor, women's ward. Photo of inmates

9th floor, women’s ward. Photo of inmates

I arrived at the jail (now the Ottawa Jail Hostel) in January 2009 during the worst snowstorm of the season and was handed a key to a room on the 9th floor. This was the area that had housed women inmates and coincidentally where my mother worked as a matron. As it turned out, I was the only guest staying on that floor. My room was at the end of the hallway, and when I explored the facilities later that evening, discovered I was just a few stairs away from death row and the gallows!

To give you a little history, the Carlton County Gaol served as a prison for 110 years, until 1976. Conditions at the jail were harsh. There were no glass panes in the windows of the exterior stone walls that lined the cell blocks of the men, hence cold and snow drifted into the corridors in the winter months and during the summer, flies and mosquitoes infested the cells. The women’s ward appeared to have better treatment and inmates were sometimes allowed to keep their babies with them during incarceration.

Wire net in stairwell to prevent inmates from jumping to their death. Photo by Beverley Young,

Wire net in stairwell to prevent inmates from jumping to their death. Photo by Beverley Young,

Over the years many prisoners committed suicide by jumping into the central stairwell that plunges from the upper floors all the way to the lower level. Eventually safety nets were strung across the stairwell to prevent suicides, but death continued to stalk the jail— some the result of secret hangings inside the prison by cruel guards or at the hands of prisoners themselves. The last public hanging took place on February 11, 1869 when Patrick Whelan was hanged for assassinating Thomas Darcy McGee, one of the founding Fathers of Confederation.

I joined a small group of tourists for a guided tour of the jail early that night and had my photo taken inside Patrick Whelan’s cell. Our tour guide spoke of reported incidents of steel gates closing suddenly on unsuspecting tourists, sometimes causing injury, hence one “problem:” gate was chained shut. I had already requested and received permission to further explore the jail on my own and so at the conclusion of the tour, I left the building to have a bite to eat in a local restaurant thinking I would continue my tour later.

It was sometime after seven o’clock when I struck out alone. There was just enough light to find my way through the cell blocks. The energy, especially around the death row cells, was dark and heavy. At times, I felt like I was being watched but did not feel threatened in any way. It was an eerie feeling wandering through those dark hallways and empty cells, yet I had the distinct feeling that I had been there before. Eventually I found my way to the basement kitchen, which was rented out to a catering company I learned from a cook who was working that evening. He spoke of hearing strange noises and shadows in the hallway outside the kitchen where several deaths had apparently occurred.

Perhaps the most disturbing room was the one where hangings took place. The hinged door behind the noose opened to allow the public standing outside at ground level to witness hangings. Several photos later, I returned to my room sometime after nine o’clock and fell into a deep, exhausted sleep, unusual for me as I rarely go to bed early. Surprisingly, I slept for 12 hours straight and didn’t wake up until 9:00 AM! In the morning light I noticed several initials carved into the pine plank floor and when I took a closer look, discovered my own initials ‘BY’ among them!

Trying out Patrick Whalen's cot!

Trying out Patrick Whalen’s cot!

I didn’t have time to shower or I would have missed the complementary breakfast served in the dining hall. After a quick bite I headed home and hit the shower. While washing my back I felt something rough and when I looked in the mirror, found three fresh scratches, each one about 4 to 6” long. I had heard about psychic attacks before and had no doubt that the scratches on my back had happened sometime during my long sleep the previous night.

A couple of days later, when I transferred the photographs of my jail visit to computer, I received another surprise. In one of the photos taken of me in Patrick Whelan’s cell, an evil-looking face appears very clearly behind the bars. Other people who have seen the photo pointed out a body and a pair of hands in a strangle position. And in a photo I took of the room where I stayed, the reflection of spirits are seen in the window—a man and woman dressed in a matron’s outfit and jailer’s uniform, and two men seated at a table. I have shown these photos to several people, one a journalist, who all saw the figures clearly. (I chose not to show the photos here as once they become public, I lose ownership. It’s not a risk I wish to take.)

And so I am left wondering how Joe Nickell’s “science of ghosts” would measure up against my real life, or rather paranormal experience, at the jail. How would he scientifically explain the photographs of spirits wearing clothes from an earlier era? I have seen several spirits over the years—none of them naked! And so I will heed past advice from my blogging friend Anne (Writing From the Twelfth House and go with the Occam’s razor theory—that the simplest tenable explanation, the one requiring the fewest assumptions, is most likely correct.

Have you ever seen a naked ghost??

Canadians proved they were ready to embrace change when they elected a majority Liberal government this past fall, under the leadership of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. After looking at Mr. Trudeau’s history and his numerology, I discovered some intriguing facts.

Jusin Trudeau and wife Sophie Gregoire

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife Sophie Gregoire

Justin Pierre James Trudeau was born on December 25, 1971. To be born on Christmas day is indeed special but what made his birth date even more intriguing was his brother’s birth (Alexandre) two years later, also on Christmas Day. It was enough to start a rumour mill that their father Pierre Elliott Trudeau, who happened to be Canada’s Prime Minister at the time, was the Antichrist. On top of that, his license plate contained the numbers “666” (commonly referred to as the Mark of the Beast). The senior Mr. Trudeau however was only guilty of being flamboyant. When John Lennon and Yoko Ono met Pierre Trudeau during their peace movement he had this to say about him, “If there were more leaders like Mr. Trudeau, the world would have peace…you don’t know how lucky you are in Canada.”

In the numerology world, our current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s primary number is ‘10’. At his highest potential Mr. Trudeau’s calling is to use his gifts of sensitivity, strength, expressiveness and intuition to serve others for a higher purpose and to guide with authority and compassion. The number ‘10’ resonates with change, leadership, independence, originality, determination, adaptability and creativeness. It is no coincidence that his party ran their campaign on the promise of “change”.

Trudeau and Obama

President Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Like President Obama, PM Trudeau is not afraid to show his emotions. They are both “heart” people who openly express a deep love for their country and people, who have compassion for those in greatest need, and a deep desire to make the world a better, fairer, more caring place for all. The two leaders hit it off well and for the first time in many years, a president of the United States is hosting a state dinner in honour of a Canadian prime minister.

Justin Trudeau’s calling unfolded with perfect timing as we prepared to enter year ‘9’ in numerology (2+0+1+6), an era ripe for change when people are looking for transparency, honesty and integrity in world leaders. We not only want, but rightfully so expect leaders to live by higher principles and to lead by example, drawing on their innate wisdom to guide them. Spiritual politics is the term I apply to this style of politics, and it seems that Justin Trudeau was born and groomed for this type of leadership role from an early age. He was born into a political family—his father Pierre was Prime Minister of Canada and his maternal grandfather James Sinclair was a cabinet minister.

Former PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Former PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Though he was born into a privileged life, it did not protect Justin Trudeau from personal tragedies. His parents separated and later divorced in 1984. His mother was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. In 1998 at age 23, his youngest brother Michel drowned in a lake after being swept away in an avalanche while skiing in British Columbia. Both parents, Pierre and Margaret, remained strong influences in Justin’s life and helped to shape the spiritual path he was destined to travel. From Pierre came an appreciation for nature and the environment and a strong sense of social justice; from Margaret a hippy philosophy of love, openness and acceptance of all.

When his father died in 2000, Justin delivered a moving eulogy which summed up his deeply spiritual roots: “Mere tolerance is not enough. We need genuine and deep respect for each and every human being, notwithstanding their thoughts, their values, their beliefs, their origins. That’s what my father demanded of his sons and that’s what he demanded of his country.”

His wife Sophie Grégoire appears to follow a similar spiritual path and mantra. A former television personality and Kundalini yoga teacher, she favors Swami Sivananda Radha’s philosophy “to cultivate the creative spiritual potential of a human to uphold values, speak truth, and focus on the compassion and consciousness needed to serve and heal others.” Sophie and Justin married in 2005 and have three children.

One of PM Trudeau’s first actions when he became Prime Minister was to increase the number of Syrian refugees to Canada from 10,000 to 25,000. Canada has opened its borders to Syrian families, and the smiles and gratitude expressed by these weary travellers when they arrive in their new country is truly heartwarming. It is my hope that this humanitarian effort will help Canada to balance out the karma it carries, along with many other countries, for having greatly restricted entry to Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazi regime in the 1930’s.

PM Trudeau welcomes Syrian refugees

PM Trudeau welcomes Syrian refugees to Canada

Did we learn our lesson back then or will history repeat itself? Only time will tell. I, along with many other Canadians, breathe easier knowing we have entered an era of spiritual politics as we find our way back to a kinder, gentler, more compassionate nation. What are your thoughts on the subject? Is the world ready to embrace spiritual politics?

In closing I wish everyone inner peace for 2016. This is where world peace begins, with each individual. And to quote Sophie Grégoire “Not only Canada but the world as a whole is called upon to choose leaders who can generate unity and compassion throughout the world. This is how you find peace, right?”

I was very pleased to be Hugh’s guest blogger at for the month of January. If you haven’t visited Hugh’s blog I suggest you do so and leave a comment to enter a draw for a free numerology reading by yours truly. Three winners will be announced early in February.

You don’t have to be a seer or have supernatural powers to understand the rhythms of the Universe or to comprehend the language it speaks. Nor is the occult the only doorway into these mysteries; they are available to anyone who is willing to look with an open mind at what is going on around them. We are guided by omens and signs and sometimes the voice of higher beings, depending on our openness and willingness to receive these blessings.

Between Heaven and Earth by Prabhath P,

Between Heaven and Earth by Prabhath P,

Paulo Coelho (Author of The Alchemist) refers to omens as “the individual language in which God talks to you. They are this strange, but very individual language that guides you toward your own destiny. They are not logical. They talk to your heart directly. All you have to do is pay attention; lessons always arrive when you are ready, and if you can read the signs, you will learn everything you need to know in order to take the next step.”

Sometimes it is easier to recognize the signs that warn you are on the wrong path. A series of mishaps, unforeseen obstacles, and numerous other roadblocks tell you this is the wrong way, or the wrong time, and to try another route.  Yet despite these obvious signs, many will persevere, stubbornly sticking to the “plan” only to realize later when the plan falls apart that it would have been wise to pay more attention to the signs along the way.

Learning the language of the Universe is akin to mastering any new language. In the process of learning, mistakes are bound to be made until finally one day you feel a distinct connection with the voice that guides us. This silent voice of God will lead us to the places where we should be if we pay attention. Eastern philosophers refers to this as “stillness before motion”—knowing when to be still and listen for the voice, and when to take action.

Years ago while on my way to register a business (a matchmaking service), a voice very clearly told me to call this new venture “Soul Match: for singles healthy in body, mind and spirit”.  The name was perfect and it attracted the type of clients I wanted to work with. It also provided an income while I got my writing business up and running. A few years later I sold the business to focus on my writing career.

Where Angels Gather CoverOmens come in many different forms. Last summer on my way to Lily Dale I happened to look up in the sky and see a perfectly formed angel cloud. My niece, who was driving, also saw the angel cloud and I told her this was the image I wanted to capture on the cover of my book Where Angels Gather. Not long after I arrived home from Lily Dale, a friend sent me an image of an angel cloud and I was stunned. The image was close to the one we had seen on our trip! I painted the image and it now appears on the cover of my book.

I think of the lyrics to Frank Sinatra’s song My Way when I fail to listen to the voice that guides me…“Regrets, I have a few”. A good friend of mine left this world a few years ago, a very spiritual person and talented sculptor. Two weeks before his death he had invited me to go cross-country skiing with him on his farm. When the day arrived I called my friend Roland and asked if we could postpone our ski day. He was so accommodating. “Of course,” he replied without even asking for a reason. Two weeks later he died of a massive coronary while visiting his girlfriend.

For some unknown reason, Roland popped into my head last weekend while emptying a Group of Seven box that I use to store special letters and cards. The box originally held four coffee mugs designed with Tom Thompson’s art and I had been trying unsuccessfully for four years to track down the manufacturer to have the mugs replaced because they leaked. After a series of synchronicities, I was given a telephone number that led me to a manager of a store who, after much convincing, agreed to replace the mugs, if I brought the mugs and the original box into her store.

So last Saturday as I emptied the box my thoughts turned to Roland and I felt sad for having missed that last visit with him before his death. At that very moment I came across two pieces of paper, each one containing a poem addressed to me and written and signed by Roland. In them, he expressed his appreciation for our friendship and how much it meant to him. I have no recollection of having seen these poems before, or how they came into my possession, but they couldn’t have arrived at a better time. I read them several times through tears of joy, because to me it was a sign from Roland that our special friendship continues from the other side.

Our loved ones and friends on the other side use various signs to let us know they are thinking about us—a meaningful song played at just the right moment; a flower left on a windowsill; a dove or other species of bird; a phone call; a computer message; flickering lights; a fragrance; or the smell of pipe tobacco—something to catch our attention and make that connection, if only for a moment.

Do you recognize the omens that guide you along your path? Have you received any signs from your loved ones in Spirit?

Have you ever noticed how animals have a natural tendency to lick their wounds? Their saliva contains antibacterial components that help prevent infection and promote healing. Studies conducted by scientists from the Netherlands (2008) identified a protein compound in human saliva that speeds up healing. Dr. Nigel Benjamin, a clinical pharmacologist with St. Bartholomew’s Hospital and the London School of Medicine, claims that licking wounds benefits humans and animals.

Rwanda mountain gorilla licking wound. Courtesy of

Rwanda mountain gorilla licking wound. Courtesy of

His research showed that when human saliva comes in contact with skin, nitrite – a natural component of saliva – breaks down into nitric oxide, a chemical compound that protects against unwanted bacteria. To see a human licking his or her wounds would be a rare sight indeed, however, I have promoted and practiced ‘wound licking’ for many years now for minor cuts and burns. In fact, after burning my hand recently on the oven rack, I immediately began to apply my own saliva to the wound. The pain relief was immediate.

There are natural preventatives we can incorporate into our daily routines to promote a healthy body, mind, and spirit. They include spinning, drinking lots of water to boost the immune system, avoiding sugar which lowers the immune system (especially in children), regular meditation to clear and calm the mind, fresh air, and of course a diet rich in fresh, raw green vegetables. Illness and disease begins in the mind, and if left untreated, manifests in the physical body.

Here is what Patricia Wall has to say in Secrets Your Body Reveals (Osloda Tools for Everyday Life). “Every ache and pain, every illness or accident, reveals a message from your body about a conflict in your personal values. Internal conflicts occur when you are torn about what is right or wrong, or torn about priorities. Should you work late, should you drag yourself to the gym…any time you have a ‘should’ in your mind, it’s a conflict that can result in a physical problem.

Physical problems occur when a specific type of should recurs, and the body is worn to the point of damage by the ongoing conflict. It is the type of emotion involved in the ‘should’ that determines the type of physical problem that occurs. One of the most common symptoms of internal conflict is fat. For example, someone who feels they can never do enough to please people will have a belly roll.  Someone who feels intimidated by the demands of other people will have saddlebag hips.  The difference is subtle, and the body reveals the underlying emotion.

Physical problems often reveal blocked psychic abilities. Fibromyalgia is the disease of empathics who have not learned shielding. Mediums who have not learned to keep their body sacred to prevent intrusions will develop sleep disorders. Many psychics who were taught young to block their abilities have physical problems because of trapped energy.”

Be careful what you spray or rub on your body as everything applied topically is quickly absorbed into the body and the bloodstream. A holistic doctor recently shared with me that the spray perfumes you see women liberally applying to their necks is a direct contributor to thyroid cancer.

What can you do to protect yourself from harmful substances in our food, our environment, and the very air that we breathe? Whenever possible, go with natural products, preferably from local markets that grow or produce their own; take frequent walks in the woods; use natural scents from essential oils; and avoid toxic chemicals found in hair sprays, air fresheners, and spray perfumes. For natural health remedies and tips that I use personally, visit Health Tips.

Here is a natural cleansing procedure for negative energy that you can easily do at home. This remedy is reblogged with permission from my blogging friend Crazy Wolf at Shamanic Readings. His blog is unique and filled with inspiring wisdom!

Egg Cleansing

Take a regular chicken egg (uncooked) raw.
Light a candle and pass the egg over the flame several times while saying a prayer. Ask Spirit to make the egg into a vessel which will vacuum off any discordant or negative energy you might be holding at the time. Be grateful and reverent.

Now either standing or lying down, gently pass the egg over your entire body starting with your head and moving to your feet. Move the egg in a circular motion like you are gently scrubbing your body. You don’t have to remove your clothes. Spend more time on areas that feel they need clearing.

photo 4After you feel like you are finished, break open the egg into a glass of water. The glass or jar should be clear so you can see the yoke and any other inclusions which may indicate that foreign energies have been removed.

Stringy strands and bubbles, cloudy patches, and other discolorations – sometimes black or red – all indicate that you have removed unwanted energies from your field.

You may have to let the egg develop for a few minutes, sort of like Polaroid film.

DISPOSE of the egg. You can flush it or bury it. By all means don’t eat it.

Got any comments or health tips that work for you? Please drop them in the ‘Comment’ section by clicking on the little cloud beside the title and date.

I was reading up on sharks recently and stumbled upon a statement from a shark expert that startled me. If you have been swimming in tropical waters three or more times, than you have likely come within five feet of a shark! Instantly I thought about those relaxing beach vacations in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, Jamaica, and St. Maarten where I spent hours floating and swimming in tropical beach waters! Now all I think about is near misses with sharks trolling the water for appetizers. Fortunately, the majority of shark encounters remain unseen and unprovoked.

Great White Shark photo courtesty of

Great White Shark photo courtesty of

The same can be said of ghosts. If you live in an old house, like to visit old historical buildings, collect antiques, or you have lost a close friend or member of the family, then chances are you have come within a foot of a ghost. You just didn’t know it. Ghosts—those spirits that have not yet gone to the light—tend to attach themselves to objects or places that were meaningful to them in their earthly life. For example, if they worked in a hotel for many years or performed in theatres, and were passionate about their work, they might make their work place ‘home’ after physical death. Contrary to popular belief, cemeteries are unlikely places for ghost haunting, unless of course, you meet up with the ghost of a gravedigger who happened to attach to the cemetery where he worked!

Why is there so much fear attached to sharks and ghosts? The movie Jaws embedded an image of sharks in our minds the same way that The Exorcist left an indelible imprint of ‘demon’ ghosts in our memory, even though the movie was based on demonic possession, an extremely rare occurrence. However, the majority of people still think Great White Shark and demons when the subject of sharks or ghosts comes up. It is rare for a Great White Shark to come looking for you and even rarer that a demonic spirit would single you out. In the rare instances that either situation occurs, it is more likely that you have invaded their space, their territory. You wouldn’t go looking for sharks without taking precautions, and the same applies to ‘ghost hunting’ in known haunted places. Be respectful and be prepared.

The movie Ghost image courtesy of

The movie Ghost image courtesy of

Keep in mind that 99.9% of spirits that appear to people are either neutral or friendly, and usually related in some way through family or a close friend. When they seek you out, it is usually because they have a message for you, or they are watching over you, or have come to say a final goodbye before heading home to the Spirit World. They will disappear quickly if you show fear or order them to go away, because their intent is not to frighten or harm you. Think of it this way. If you did not fear your mother or grandmother while she was alive, why would you be afraid of her spirit? She is still the same, loving soul, just in another form.

I like to think that the movie Ghost better represents a spirit’s need to visit a loved one left behind; in this case to comfort his wife and complete unfinished business. Likewise in The Lovely Bones, a young girl’s spirit communicates with her father to help solve her murder and protect her family. In both situations the spirits had a mission to complete on earth before moving on to the light. When it comes right down to it, I would much rather confront an angry ghost any day over a shark, even if it was friendly!

Do you have a ghost story or a spirit encounter to share? If so, please leave a comment.

I confess to carrying on a love affair in my heart with Mahatma Gandhi for many years now. If I could spend one day with any person in history, it would be a difficult choice between Gandhi and Jesus. In fact, I believe that Jesus incarnated many times on earth and in one of those lifetimes he was Gandhi. There are too many similarities in their nature and causes to ignore.

Mahatma Gandhi
in homespun cloth

It is important for every person to find their own truth. Gandhi found his early in his career as an elite lawyer in India. With eyes wide open he observed the unfairness in the caste system within his own country and rebelled against the laws that would not allow a man with brown skin to ride in a first class compartment on the trains. He organized and implemented civil disobedience through non-violence to protest unfair taxes on Indian workers and organized a massive walk to protest the salt tax charged to Indian people and the law that prevented them from making their own salt.

Gandhi believed in walking the talk. How could he command respect in his own community as a man of means when much of his beloved country lived in poverty. In his innate wisdom, Gandhi realized that he must live like the people he represented to gain their respect. The barriers between the privileged and the disenfranchised had to come down. Gandhi threw away his tailored suits, gave up his law practice, and set up an ashram that supported a simple lifestyle for his family and close friends who chose to live and work there.

Ashram residents had to abide by a strict code of ethics that applied to everyone, including Gandhi. Residents had to agree to non-violence and truthfulness; they had to contribute their time to farming and spinning to help support the Ashram; and live without servants or personal possessions. The ashram supported freedom and equal rights for women, along with religious tolerance, and no caste distinction.

Gandhi was persecuted for his actions and spent time in jail on different occasions, but over time his growing popularity and influence brought about social change. He opposed unfair taxes levied on Indian workers and worked tirelessly to get Indians their voting rights. He became known as Bappu (Father) in the Indian community. With patience, perseverance, and sheer strength of will, Gandhi tirelessly picked away at unfair laws until he made progress. Through his efforts, the Indian Relief Act of 1914 removed some of the burdens from Indians, and in 1947 India gained independence from British rule.

Like Jesus, Gandhi had unconditional love for his people and his country. It bothered him that the independence he had pursued for his country divided India into two states – India, mostly for Hindus, and Pakistan for Muslims. Although Gandhi was Hindu himself, he did his best to bring peaceful resolution to the violence between Hindus and Muslims. At one point he went on a hunger strike until his supporters put down their weapons. He achieved some success, but ironically in 1948 Gandhi was assassinated by a fellow Hindu who believed he had betrayed Hindus by trying to bring the two sects together.

Albert Einstein once said that Gandhi’s greatest contribution was his determination to moralize politics. Gandhi believed that the same moral values we live by in our personal life should apply equally to politics, business and industry. “It is perfectly possible for an individual to adopt this way of life without having to wait for others to do so,” Gandhi said. And he is absolutely right. It only takes one person, one business, one corporation, one politician to create change.

I know one thing for sure, when I relocate to the Spirit World, I will definitely look Gandhi up.

Until the next time…om shanti!


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