THE TALK- A Maryland Library worked with Margaret, Ronda and Dana of Inspired Ghost Tracking (of which Tom and I are members) to give a talk about one of most infamous (and violent) ghost investigation cases that I call "A Double Murder Ghost Investigation." The talk was scheduled a month in advance and the library even made a really nice on-line poster advertising it (and the talk was FREE). It was on Wednesday, October 21.
THE TIME REQUIRED -
|Some of the IGT members|
WHO SHOWED UP? About 14 people, and 10 of them were CHILDREN. Yes, Children. That being said, we the four of us (Tom stayed home with the dogs, fortunately), made a quick decision to show the presentation "How to be a Paranormal Investigator" instead. (There was no violence, gore, or abuse in that presentation).
MY (ROB) ASSESSMENT OF THE NIGHT - The Inspired Ghost Tracking Team knows how to work together to make a bad situation better. Wednesday night was a huge disappointment audience and attendance-wise, but we made a good decision to change the presentation, and despite 2/3rds of the few attendees leaving before we finished, we kept our promise to the library. - I'm really disappointed that the library didn't advertise more, or take names to figure out possible attendance. Knowing numbers of people coming really would've helped reschedule the event to a time when more than 14 people (10 kids) could come.
|The murder investigation is in my book "Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead"|