Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Question From A Reader : "As an adult have you had any experiences at places other than your home...? "

We love getting questions about our experiences because it give us an opportunity to share everything we have been through.  Our goal continues to be to share what happened to us in hopes of giving others strength to face their own issues.  Answering questions is another way to do just that.   The next installment of Semana del los Muertos is coming soon!

Also, the poll is still going regarding doing a live Q & A session.  Please be sure to vote below.

Here's a question we got via Facebook from Jessica Clare

"As an adult have you had any experiences at places other than your home? And as a family do you experience/sense things the same ways?"

Yes we all experience things in other places. As a matter of fact, because of this, we are very careful where we go. We also avoid places (or are extremely careful around them) such as historical sites or places of historical significance, antique stores, second hand stores, museums,  and older houses, etc.  There are even places on our own ranch we avoid.   An example of experiences in other places was when I was at Sam's with Jennifer.  I was looking at something and all the sudden I saw a shadow walking behind me.  There was no one else on the aisle & no reason for there to be a shadow of any kind, not to mention a moving one. 

Each of us have experienced something away from our house; hearing voices, seeing things, and having spirits trying to communicate with us.  It's a very strange & uncomfortable feeling.  Now that we understand what our abilities are, as well as learning to control them somewhat, has caused us to be more open in our surroundings and environments.  Before we knew about our abilities, we would just sense being uncomfortable at a place but not know why.  Now we understand how to control our surroundings and protect ourselves.  

Each of us have a different set of abilities which means each of can experience something different at the same place.  Just to name a few of the things we can experience is that Emi will see people but not hear them, I will hear voices, Heidi can sense touching, and Jennifer will feel the suffering that they may have experienced while living.  All these abilities will intertwine with each other giving us what we call a "profile".  What that has taught us is to respect each others abilities as well as not to question when one of us says something isn't right. 

Learning and understanding our abilities are keys to controlling our current environment regardless of where we may be.  Protecting ourselves is also key.  All this is a continuing and ongoing effort for us.

If you have a question, we encourage you to ask.  Our goal in sharing our story continues to be to help those who are suffering and just need some courage to get the help they need.  No one should suffer in silence.

We've made it easier to submit questions too!  Just Fill out the "Contact Us" Form on upper right.

If your question is for one of us in particular, please say who it's directed to.   Also, we won't publish your name unless you specifically ask us to do so.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Question From A Reader: "how bad was the headache and nausea before this happened...?"

As you all have noticed, we finally got "Semana del los Muertos-trecera parte" finally posted.  We appreciated everyone's patience while we worked on it.  The good news is the next installment in Semana del los Muertos is done and just has to be formatted for as a blog entry.  So it will be posted in the next couple of days!

We've also gotten some request to do a live Q & A session.  So, I've decided you, the readers, to decide.  Just vote below.

Here's the question we got as well as the answer.

"how bad was the headache and nausea before this happened? Or did the possession happen while you were asleep/unguarded?"

The events of the Thursday before filming is a blur of memory loss.  Some of the things I remember, some I don't.

I remember getting Emi ready for school just as every other day, nothing special about it.  It was bright & sunny as well as somewhat cool for that time of year.  Just as Emi was finishing her breakfast, I started getting a headache.  I thought it was just a caffeine withdraw headache because I hadn't had any coffee yet.  However, the headache started get worse & worse and I felt somewhat dizzy.  I told Emi that I was going to lay down for bit.

The next thing I know I was standing in by the front door with Jennifer asking me if I was okay.  All the sudden a rushing headache was followed by vomiting uncontrollable.  I had no idea of how I got to the front door or anything that happened up to that point.  It was an awful feeling as well as a confusing one.  The headache faded just as quickly as it started and I felt normal but a little tired.

Every single event followed the same pattern; a developing headache progressively getting worse, a period of blackout, and then a rushing headache followed by vomiting.  

So, to answer the first question, the headaches started slowly and the after shock headaches were one of the worse I had ever felt.  Regarding the second question, I was awake and everything was normal until the headaches started.  Looking back at it, the headaches were the indicators that something was about to happen.  The confusion and disorientation that followed was also overwhelming because there's a period of time that I cannot remember or account for.  That's a terrible feeling.

I don't necessary feel that they were a possessions.  I feel as if they were more of a message being delivered.  As far as what those messages would be, I have not idea.

If you have a question, we encourage you to ask.  Our goal in sharing our story continues to be to help those who are suffering and just need some courage to get the help they need.  No one should suffer in silence.

We've made it easier to submit questions too!  Just Fill out the "Contact Us" Form on upper right.

If your question is for one of us in particular, please say who it's directed to.   Also, we won't publish your name unless you specifically ask us to do so.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Semana de los Muertos - trecera parte

The Thursday before the filming of our Dead Files episode was a day of reckoning for our family.  It was a day of horrifying events that would not be soon forgotten.  

A typical school day began as usual, Lance waking up the children for school.  This day poor Heidi was sick in bed and was lucky enough to sleep through some of the horror that was about to hit.
As we got up to get our day started everything seemed in order.  I got up and began cleaning up the dog area where we have all our puppies and adult dogs sleeping during the night.  Nothing abnormal, just the usual.  Letting the dogs out to go potty, then moving on to cleanup of the puppy pads and puppy mess that happens with a bunch of young puppies.  Lance was with Emi in the open bedroom getting her ready for school when I heard Lance crying and very panicked.  Emi called from the room not knowing what to do nor what was wrong with her Daddy.  

Very worried and confused I ran to see what was the matter.  I found my husband breaking down in tears and pacing the room panicked.  I asked him Lance are you ok? What’s wrong?”  He looked at me very upset with a horrified look on his face and responded, I DON’T KNOW!!!……. I DON’T KNOW!!!” all the while continually pacing and frantically crying and extremely panicked.  As I went to him to calm him down we met at the front door.  He looked straight into my eyes completely distraught and then grabbed my robe collar.  The next words out of his mouth were very confusing and alarming to me.  “I WANT TO GO HOME!!!!  I WANT TO GO HOME!!!!” he exclaimed loudly.  His breath was heavy and panicked as he spoke and it didn’t make any sense to me.  First of all, he’s told me many, many times he never wanted to move back to Texas.  He was extremely happy in our current home here in Kearney, MO.  Needless to say, my mind and my heart were extremely concerned and ached for him.  Not to mention how confused I was with these words of "Going Home", as we were already in fact, Home.  He gripped my collar very firmly forcefully pulling me toward him as he exclaimed his words completely panicked and very scared.  Again this was extremely alarming and, truthfully, I was a little scared.  My first thought was “Oh my God my husband is having a mental breakdown” along with the extreme confusion of his request and the fact he was horribly distraught as well as crying actual tears with an extreme look of horror all over his face.  I have never in our 25 years of marriage ever seen my husband remotely be afraid of anything…well except for snakes of course.  The only thing I knew to do was speak gently to him while comforting him with hugs, reassuring him that everything was going to be OK and that I was there for him.  Now as I seemed to have him calmed down just a smidge, I was able to return to Emi so she could make it to school on time, ready for the day.  Lance appeared to break out of his episode and tell me he was okay all the while coughing uncontrollably.  

I returned to the mudroom to finish doggy cleanup when I heard the storm door slam.  “Emi…is everything ok?”  her reply, “Dad is in the front yard sitting on the ground.”  “What?” I replied.  This of course was in no way normal behavior.  I immediately went outside to the front yard and found my husband sitting cross-legged on the ground (Indian style).  Alarmed again, I walked up to him carefully this time because he was rocking back and forth.  Again, I was horribly worried and afraid to say the least.  As I got closer to him I noticed he was singing.  Lance doesn’t sing, nor is he even able to sit in this particular position.  Lance has RA and can barely squat or bend at any time without extreme pain in every joint of his body.  

My thoughts “what on earth is he doing?” wait…. it gets weirder.  As I come around to the front of him his eyes are closed, he is still rocking back and forth, sitting Indian style, wrist facing upward arms resting lightly on top of his knees.  But wait there’s more weirdness!!!!  Lance is singing/chanting in a language I have only heard in movies with Native Americans doing this.  I know, you’re thinking “what on earth?”” you have got to be kidding me?”  Absolutely NOT!!!  This was real and was happening right in my front yard first thing in the morning before 8 AM.  And….just in time for the school bus to arrive!!!  OH MY GOD!!!  I didn’t know what to think much less what to do?  

While Lance continued what seemed to be an Native American ritual I cautiously called to Emi to go get my cell phone.  Why?  Because we were told to record any new occurrences that happened prior to our Dead Files investigation.  I also knew you should not disturb/wake up a person who is sleepwalking.  Not that that’s what Lance was doing but it was close enough for me.  I was frightened, Emi was frightened and Heidi, thankfully, was asleep in bed.  Okay now Emi comes back because she can’t find my phone, she looks again but it’s dead of course.  Just my luck!  I tell Emi, “Okay go wake up Heidi and get her phone and HURRY!!!”  While I wait I just try to remain calm and study the situation.  I see my husband doing things that are impossible for him to do, I also just by chance happen to notice that he is sitting in a sun spot on the ground that just happened to shine in the middle of four of our trees directly in front of our home center of the house.  No other light was around Lance except for a circle that all came through the four trees and made a patch of Sunlight on the ground where he sat chanting in Native American language a tune of some sort while rocking back and forth in Indian style.  

So now the school bus drives by and I’m completely embarrassed standing in my robe in the yard watching this scene unfold.  Emi returns, Heidi’s alarmed looking out the front door at her dad and asks me “what do you want me to do?”  I have Emi run over to Lance and I try to start the video when I notice Lance now has his eyes open and has a look of horror on his face asking me “What’s going on?  Why am I sitting on the ground?  How did I get here?”  I tell him it’s okay and he begins to panic and cry while I struggle to help him off the ground.   He finally seemed to come out of it and once he’s up, we start to walk to the door when he stops short and bends over and begins to cough and vomit in the front yard. 

My husband had returned, but not for long.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Question From A Reader : "How do you do it ? Is there any chance it can be totally gotten rid of?"

We are continuing our story with blog entry Semana del los Muertos - trecera parte  (Week of the Dead -part three).   This entry is going to be a collaboration from four of us (myself, Jennifer, Heidi, & Emi) so it's taking some of us longer to write our part.   It's a work in progress so thank you all for your patience.  We hope to have it done & posted by midweek.

In the meantime, here's a question we got via Twitter. "How do you do it ? Is there any chance it can be totally gotten rid of?"  It was in response to what we did after the show in order to reclaim our lives.

We were overwhelmed after the Reveal.  It was an emotionally painful & draining experience for us.  Viewers only see about 10 minutes of the reveal however the reveal can last for hours.  To be specific, ours lasted over 4 hours.  It was so hard on Jennifer and it still breaks my heart when I think about it.  We were given a lot of information about everything that was going on & what we needed to do to get rid of the spirits trying to destroy us.

Amy gave us specific instructions of what needed to be done and it was a daunting list.  Without going into too much detail about her list because I want to save for a future blog post, it involved a total change in our lives and how we lived.  It took patience, trust, and strength. 

One of the first things that Amy told us is that there is a sea of dead people walking back and forth in front of house.  She described it as path they are following; as if they are traveling somewhere.  She told us that all of us were sensitives and because of this those following the path would pick up on this.  Some of them are good, some are not.  It's hard for us to tell who is who so we treat all as bad until they prove otherwise.  We will never totally get rid of spirits because of our abilities. 

The good news is that we understand who we are now and we are continuing to learn how to control our environment as well as how to protect ourselves.   It is an continuing and ongoing duty that all of us share and we have learned to trust each others abilities.  We never question or dismiss what one of us feels or senses.  We act immediately to protect our environment & ourselves.  We are also extremely careful of who we invite into our home.

We cleanse & bless our house as needed but we do it every month regardless of what is happening.  We burn frankincense and myrrh almost daily.  We wear protection stones & other things.  We practice positive thoughts & relaxation exercises.  Educating ourselves has been the key to reclaiming our lives and it's a continuing and ongoing process.  We are still healing and that is taking time.  A lot of people think that once you get rid of what is haunting you life goes back to normal but it doesn't.  The aftermath and the emotional damage takes time to heal.   Everyday gets better and every day gets us closer to the family we once were.

We will be forever grateful to Amy, Steve, and The Dead Files for helping us.

If you have a question, we encourage you to ask.  Our goal in sharing our story continues to be to help those who are suffering and just need some courage to get the help they need.  No one should suffer in silence.

We've made it easier to submit questions too!  Just Fill out the "Contact Us" Form on upper right.

If your question is for one of us in particular, please say who it's directed to.   Also, we won't publish your name unless you specifically ask us to do so.

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