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May -- the month of souls coming back for rebirth (May Day, Beltaine) and a day in which we honor the fallen dead of war (Memorial Day). 

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Full moon: Learn about this month's Flower Moon (how lovely!) on May 10.

Podcasts:  Paranormal Pets at petliferadio.com.  Check out our archives with over 80 prior episodes available and free to listen to. May the 4th be with you! And, just in case it IS -- here's the latest Paranormal Pets podcast for May. Interview with Tim Maille:  http://petliferadio.com/Paranormal_player81.htm

Books:  We are pleased to present two books written by founder Brandy Stark of SPPI/SPIRITS of St. Petersburg.  These feature long term investigations in two historic and haunted locations. Click on the books below for information and ordering: 

Can't get enough of the supernatural?  Check out these pages from St. Petersburg Paranormal Investigation: 
​Upcoming events:
Friday, Oct. 13, 2017:  Ghost tour, Patty and Friends Antique Village(1241 9th St. N, St. Petersburg).  Doors open at 6 and close at 9.  Half hour tours are at 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30.  Come and explore in between tours and see what you can find, ghostly or otherwise!

Saturday, October 21, 2017:  Ghost tour, Suntan Art Center,  3300 Gulf Blvd, St Pete Beach, FL 33706.  See the site of "Spectral Musings" fame.  Doors open at 6:30, first tour at 7, second at 8.  Event is over by 9.  Come and  explore a historic center, buy some art (support the artists while they are alive, please!) and see if any of the center's ghosts interact with you! 

Tuesday, Feb. 13:  Valentwe'en 2018.  Stay tuned, or follow along at the Valentwe'en Facebook page! 

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ARCHIVAL UPDATEHave started back onto the monumental task of uploading files to the SPIRITS archives page. I apologize that it is taking so long but I am reviewing the materials, updating (removing items that really aren't paranormal because, you know, ORBS (sigh) were a big thing at one time), walking down memory lane, and the actual page reconstructions from download to active files....ugh. But, as I get them up I'm happy to post a link to them. This was one of our long running cases which included a visit from the beloved Odyssey, my first paranormal pug. 

http://paranormalarchives.homestead.com/110thpt120042006.html