Yes!!!!!We just received copies of the book that Rhonda Parrish and I collaborated on together which is titled “Eerie Edmonton”; published by Dundurn Publishers. The e-book will be out on January 4th, 2020 and the soft cover book will be out on the 28th of January, 2020.
Stay tuned on here and Twitter (@paranormalrona on Twitter) for news about book signing at Chapters in Edmonton and a spooky book launch (TBA, location to be determined) with ghostly readings, tarot card readings and other gothic ghost happenings!!
Come and listen to unnerving stories of paranormal encounters and cases related by Paranormal Rona, co-founder of The Paranormal Explorers and a paranormal investigator and psychic medium.
Rona Anderson, AKA Paranormal Rona, has been seeing ghosts since she was 3 years old. She helps people with investigation and spirit removal in haunted houses. She currently has a book on Eerie Edmonton coming out, co-authored with Rhonda Parrish of Haunted Hospitals fame.
Paranormal Rona will be relating stories from not only her personal experiences growing up, but also her most curious and disturbing cases over the last 17 years. There are even some travel stories in the UK and the USA where she has had ghostly encounters.
Tickets are limited, so please get yours quick! This all happens on August the 23rd, 2019 at the Dai Scott Stage at Hazeldean Hall in Edmonton, Alberta. Brought to you by Paradigm Theatre. The time of the event is 9:00 PM and tickets are $12 through Eventbrite.
There are quite a few cases we have had where a child is seeing something in their closet or under their beds. A boogie man. Something scary. And there has been on the opposite scale, children who see other child spirits who are friendly and want to play with them.
They have tea parties, long conversations and play time together. Some children want their parents to know about their “friends” and others keep them secret. People chalk it up to an over active imagination or a lonely child trying to invent a companion.
The “imaginary friends“ turn out to be spirits of departed children (sometimes adults) who are attracted to these living children for various reasons. Usually they’re child spirits waiting for their parents to cross them over and while they’re waiting, they have found a friend to play with. Eventually either the living or the dead move on and things change.
But unless the child is experiencing something frightening or upsetting, there’s nothing wrong with them being able to see and interact with spirits and parents should ease up on the thoughts of mental illness or made up stories by their children. In a lot of the circumstances, both the dead and the living need each other for that small period of time. Give it to them.
All Saints‘ Day is a feast day celebrated on 1st November. All Souls‘ Day on the 2nd of November, is a time to pray for departed souls.
All Saints’ Day November 1st* All Saints‘ Day, also called All Hallows’ Day, Hallowmas, or Feast of All Saints, in the Christian church. It’s a celebration of all Christian saints, particularly those who have no special feast days of their own, in many Roman Catholic, Anglican and Protestant churches. In many western churches it is annually held November 1 and in many eastern churches it is celebrated on the first Sunday after Pentecost.
All Souls‘ Day November 2nd* All Souls‘ Day is a day of alms giving and prayers for the dead. The intent is for the living to assist those in purgatory. Many western churches annually observe All Souls‘ Day on November 2 and many eastern churches celebrate it prior to Lent and the day before Pentecost.
This day is always celebrated on 2 November. All Souls’ Day follows All Saints’ Day and is also called the Feast of All Souls, Defuncts’ Day (in Hungary, France, Italy, and Ecuador), Day of the Dead (Mexico) or Commemoration of the Faithful Departed.
*from Google search
Why are these days important? Why should I care if I’m not religious, don’t belong to an religious organization or don’t attend a church? These are good questions. My answer is this:
YOU SHOULD CARE about the All Saints’ Day because of the hundreds of thousands of people who sacrificed their lives throughout the centuries for others. Also for the people who were tortured and murdered by various governments and political regimes. These people, no matter what, are saints. Not in the religious sanctified church eyes, but they are saints to people who were persecuted, rescued or represented what was right and good. Honour them. Light a candle.
YOU SHOULD CARE about the All Souls’ Day because of all the friends and family (ancestors) who have passed before you. They gave you life, love, laughter and sustenance. Honour them and light a candle in their memory and cherish their photos.