Saturday, October 8, 2011

The Myrtles Plantation: Explain This!

Natchez Area Paranormal conducts regular outings on the grounds of The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, LA in order to conduct training for current and new investigators, as well as trying out new pieces of equipment. We are only located about 45 minutes away, so it's an easy drive down to train on a site that we are extremely familiar with and have ample evidence from.

Last night, the Team held a Team Meeting in the restaurant while also having supper, and then proceeded into training. While outside, this FLIR i7 photograph was taken of the roof of the Myrtles. The ambient air temperature was 69 degrees. Attics during this time of year in our climate are usually much hotter than the outside air due to the heat build-up during the hot part of the day. So, how would you explain the temperature of the roof being BELOW freezing?

That's paranormal!

Note: When investigators arrived last night, the place was flooded with vehicles and people. The Myrtles is currently conducting Ghost Tours at night because it is October, the month of Halloween. NAPS believes in a phenomena called "Shadow Ruling" in which attention and focus given to the dark world results in giving it more power and influence. Hence, dark forces "shadow rule" through the naive, even unintentional credit and attention given to it (the Law of Attraction and the Law of Attention are in play here). We believe all of this attention and "celebration" last night of ghouls and ghosts "powered up" the negative preturnatural entities we know from experience are present on this site. For more on this concept, see George Otis, Jr's helpful book The Twilight Labyrinth: Why Does Spiritual Darkness Linger Where It Does? Chapter 7 is entitled: The Art of Shadow-Ruling. 

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