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This is Haunted! Civil War Battle Field, Nancy, KY

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Healer

You're welcome IrishRose, any time.

IrishRose

Hi, Healer! Thank you so much for your suggestions. They're very helpful. I read a book review yesterday about a book entitled The Myth of Multitasking. I tried to keep my attention on packing for the upcoming move and also not worrying about the past or future. I can't tell you how much calmer I felt.

I also can't tell you how encouraged I am by the generous spirit of people on this sight. I think you're all just remarkable. Thanks again for your suggestions and take good care. Kathleen

IrishRose

Hi, Mimi! You're more than welcome! The resemblance of Evie and my niece Lucy is remarkable. Lucy has chestnut brown hair. Evie's looks lighter. There is no doubt in my mind that Evie will be a success no matter where life takes her. Please take good care of yourself; you're an inspiration. Kathleen

Healer

Hi Kathleen, Recognizing the type of stress a person has is the key to how to be shed of it. Go on line, you might be able to find a Practioner in your area. That would be great, you'd love it. If you are up for meditation, I like a "Breathing Meditation Technique". Also guided meditation CD's.
Typical suggestions to help normal stress can be: go for a walk, exercise, call a friend, share how you are feeling,write in a journal, nice long bath in a tub, light scented candles, have a nice cup of tea, get a massage, curl up and read a good book, listen to music, laughter is a good stress reliver. Just set some time aside for yourself and don't feel bad about it. You deserve it! And if you are under a Doctors care for your stress, by all means, do what ever he/she says. Hope you find this helpful, and take care. Jeannie.

mipahollo1

Thank you Kathleen for the lovely comments on my puzzles, I appreciate your kind words and must agree about Evie. I like that picture a lot too and I hope she has the success your niece has had. I'll work on this puzzle again, but I'm not so good at finding mysteries.

IrishRose

Hi, Mipahollo! Don't suppose it's quite good manners for me to answer comment on someone else's puzzle, but I just couldn't resist! My apologies Healer! I think after you solve the puzzle and make it as large as it will go and look at the orange light, you'll see what we're talking about! I see you're recovering Mimi! I think you look wonderful! And your picture of Evie and the pumpkin is beautiful! She looks so much like my niece when she was little but with lighter colored hair. My niece just graduated from college and has become a beautiful young woman. Again, Healer, my apologies for butting in! Good care to both of you. Kathleen

mipahollo1

Lovely puzzle, but I'm afraid I'm ghostless, couldn't find them.

IrishRose

Hi, Healer! Thanks for posting on my site! Your photos are fascinating!

Have heard of Healing Touch before, just never communicated with anyone who was a practitioner before! You apologized for not noticing my post; no need at all. You contacted me at the perfect time! Am under tremendous stress right now; have to pack up to move at the end of the month. Haven't moved in over 22 years and collected too much stuff. Any suggestions to calm down and get the job done? Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks again and take good care. Kathleen

Healer

Kathleen, I mostly work on stress relief and pain management, but also much more.
Healing Touch is world wide, you can find out more on the internet.
I love the work.

Healer

Oh and IrishRose, I was the same things in that photo. You've very observent.
Photogent, you're right, you really can feel it. I'm glad you told us about your experience, thank you. Sorry it's taken my so long to check back with everyone.

IrishRose

P.S. I see on the violets puzzle that you are a certified touch healer. What conditions do you work on? Thanks! Kathleen

IrishRose

Hey, Healer! I LOVE this! I see three figures. Two on the right, the first one to the furthest right has a rifle? I think it's a rifle because he's not leaning like he would on a crutch or cane. Don't think you'd hold a cane that far from your body. The one immediately next to the first one slightly to the left and behind the first one. The third one is closest and furthest left. I only see all three from approximately the waist down. The bright sky seems to interfere with the rest of the apparitions. What do you think? Thanks for posting! Kathleen

photogent

I know your feeling because I had the same feeling when I visited the Andersonville Prison and went through the grave yard. You cannot describe it but you can feel it and it is very strong.

Healer

Catmoma, we heard about the re-inactment, but couldn't stay.
When we left, we both felt weird. Thanks for giving me some of the local history and feelings about the sight. Now I don't think I'm crazy.

I live in the same county where this battlefield is located and there have been many stories about this site being haunted. Many people have reported seeing Civil War soldiers walking around. I haven't seen them, but have never stayed long there either! It is a slightly eerie place if you stay long enough. Each year, Civil War actors put on a re-inactment of the battle at the sight.

Healer

Thank you Texasstar, it makes you wonder, and Pumpkin I think I might agree with them.
We spent a couple of hours there reading all the plaques and just soaking it all in of what took place there.

Healer

Well...who knows! It is what it is. There would definitely be high emotion connected to a Civil War battle, or any battle.
I said, " This is it, I've got to go." then I took the picutre. That was the last picture I took at that sight. We went on and visited a Civil War Hospital sight next.

pumpkinhead

There are those who believe this ground is haunted. (thanks to google for being there for all of our questions!) A pretty amazing picture.

texasstar7

I'm curious as to what you make of it. It looks to me like on the right side there is a woman or a figure of some sort wearing a skirt? Very eerie. Thanks, Healer.

Healer

I took this photo on a gray misty day near Nancy, KY. We were on vacation touring historical sights, standing not far from a mass grave of atleast 100 souls. This is the only photo in the bunch, like this.
Make of it what you will, it is on the navative as well. 35 mm.