Monday, September 24, 2012

Gators, Ghost Taxi and a Cemetery Show



My husband is always ordering things from the catalog for our pond. I was busy with cleaning and food shopping and at one point wanted to take a break out back. My cup of tea in hand, I open the sliding door to enter the yard and freeze. We get a lot of wildlife visiting our pond, frogs, ducks, cranes, but this animal I was not expecting.

“Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you that I ordered this for the pond,” he says after I let out a scream of terror.

The gator grows on me and now I watch for the surprised expressions when one of my neighbors stops by for a visit.
                                            My husband has this on his car.
Even though he doesn’t share my love of ghost hunting, he readily drives my friends and me to the different cemeteries. He seems way too happy to do this. Is he hoping that we get abducted by spirits? Nah… he’s just happy that I’m not dragging him on these trips with me.
On Friday, September 21, our little group of ghost hunters went to the Laurel Hill Cemetery to watch a Graveyard Cabaret called “No Rest for the Wicked”
What an amazing show. Conceived and created by Rev’s Co-Artistic Directors, Rudy Caporaso and Rosey Hay.

                                            Here I am with Rudy and friend.
            My friends and I sat with the other visitors among the gravestones

             We all enjoyed the music and songs as the three actors told of their journey between life and death.
A special hello to Alexis Jeffcoat, staff member who always makes our visits a pleasure.

Check out the Laurel Hill Cemetery Schedule to see what events are coming up.  


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