Archive for July, 2015

As I get older, my past seems to be creeping up on me more & more. We all think when we’re young that we’ll live forever and hence do stupid shit. And, if we’re lucky & survive our stupid phase, we slap ourselves on the back & think to ourselves “well, that will be a story to tell the grandkids.”

Of course, what doesn’t go through our mind until we get older, is that when the time comes that those grandkids do come, that we’re going to be paying for all those stupid things we did with pain, loads of pain. Since I’m older, I believe that I have developed arthritis in my lower spine. And being that pain killers either have no effect at all or make me so stoned that I cannot function. I’m left to endure the pain which at times makes it so hard to walk, I just lay here. Of course, this is no way to live, but it is what must be endured. For I’m bound & determined that the pain will not win, that my life’s journey still has miles to go before I cross over & I still have to wait for those grandkids to be born to tell them those stories.


Anyway, below is the link to the latest  ghostbox session. Had to stop for a while cause the latest microsoft updates broke the damn program. So the guy who wrote the program had to come up with the fix which took 10 days to write and an hour to download.


Well, I finally did it. Melted 1lb. of  good copper, combined it with 2oz. of aluminum and created this. An Aluminum Bronze mini skull.



Haven’t been able to weigh it yet, but I suspect that it weighs at least 5oz. and once the new website is online, will offer them for sale for $60.00. This one though will never be for sale. For it is the first one I’ve ever done in Bronze. And because like the last one it is a memorial piece. I also intend to use it and have it with me whenever I do E.V.P. sessions.

A couple days ago I finally melted some copper, as well as zinc and some aluminum and ended up with this.


It also has something very special inside, about 1oz of human cremains! Yes, you read it right, I added the ashes of an old friend that died 10 years ago. Now, the question is, would you pay for something like this for yourself or a loved one? Would you, upon your crossing over, providing you were cremated, want to be turned into a copper or bronze skull that your love ones could keep as a momento?