Tonight’s episode of Gavin’s show Hidden Realms was a combined show with Marla Brooks who does Stirring the Cauldron and Mark Christopher Nelson who hosts Positively Psychic. The show was 5 hours long and was a live investigation at the location where the Manson murders took place. Of course now the Tate house is gone and another house has been build a few hundred feet away on the same property and that’s where they were. And it was a crazy show!
Gavin had done a reading for me last week and he suggested that I start maybe working with psychic art. But, to put it quite plainly, I can’t draw. I’m a whiz with digital art and crafts but when it comes to actually drawing I suck. So when he told me that I was like “OK…” I’ll try anything once and if I suck at it then I at least I can say I gave it a shot. I had taken out some drawing pencils I have and an art book and was planning to try and spend some time talking to this new spirit guide I have and try to draw her. But after about a half hour of listening to the show tonight, around the time that the show went crazy and was off air for about 15 minutes because of some “technical issues” (i.e. Sharon Tate was breaking in…that’s what I say), I found myself taking that all out and drawing a red house, that had wood or cedar shingles, dark colored roof with a sun room off to the left (when you’re facing it) that had a door that came from the side of the house. There was a big tree over by that side of the house and I wasn’t really able to see anything past the tree. The drive up to the house would have come up to the right off the house and there would have been some sort of car port or garage area there as well. There were hills behind the house, they were definitely farther away than I drew them, and they seemed to create a sort of back drop to the house. They seemed important to the location. So I make my drawing, make a few notes, and then close it up. As the show is going on the subject of the house came up. I’d been saying I had been picking up a red house and someone else also seemed to be coming up with something similar and someone posted a link to a picture of the Tate house and sure enough, there was the house I was seeing (and the image that I drew was a horrible representation).
Over the course of the show I picked up a bunch of interesting things:
* I kept getting the name Bill or Billy…later when Mark and Gavin tried calling it out they didn’t get anything but I’m think this wasn’t someone that has any connection to the Manson murders.
* Wicked strong chest pain on the left that felt very much like the feeling I get when I do reading and pick up on someone that had a heart attack; this was also accompanied by a sort of anxious/nervous stomach.
* I got the taste of blood in my mouth at one point that was odd. It was a really strong taste along with the feeling of the blood coming into my mouth, but it wasn’t like it was coming up from the throat, it originated from the mouth. It actually felt like I’d been hit or punched in the right side of the face really hard and that’s where the blood came from. There was a slight head achy feeling that came a little after that as the taste started to die out.
* During the investigation I picked up on Abigale who was hanging off to the side and wasn’t sure she wanted to come forward. Mark started to stay something about a woman in a red dress and right away I knew that was her and called her out there.
* I also kept hearing “thank you” after Sharon was brought forward and called out that that was her saying thanks to everyone for giving her the chance to come talk and that was also confirmed.
* Then the weird one. I kept hearing giggling and the word “look at all the blood”. I felt right away that this must have been one of the woman that killed at the site but none of them have died yet. I also kept hearing it as a replay so I think that it was something that WAS said by someone but was somehow imprinted there and was a memory playing back.
So it was a fantastic show and really cool investigation. And I stayed on for the whole 5 hours listening! So that was wicked cool.