Category Archives: Lynne’s Investigations

Mass Graves – Past, Present and Future

A group of dead children showed up in my kitchen. They were grade school age kids, Hispanic and in great distress. Continue reading

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Anthony Bourdain – Crossing Over

Bourdain first showed up in his pj’s consisting of patterned long flannel or cotton pants and a white crew neck undershirt. Continue reading

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Martha School Seattle – Native Influences, Part 2

As we read the grounds of the old Martha Washington School for Insane Girls in south Seattle, we also got glimpses of much earlier Native American activity on the site long before Seattle was a place on a map. Continue reading

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Martha Washington School for Insane Girls – Seattle Part 1

At first the site was deceptively calm and pleasant as we enjoyed the broad green space and warm late May weather. That did not last. Continue reading

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Barnstone Farm Sacred Classroom – Orkney Island

I saw five of the white robed instructors standing in an approximate half circle around the hearth of the inner square space. They were erecting an energetic shield … Continue reading

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Wellington Train Wreck 1910

The worst train wreck in US history happened in the tiny railroad town of Wellington, Washington State on March 1, 1910 when a 10 foot wall of snow swept two stuck trains off the tracks into the Tye River Valley below. Continue reading

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Maeshowe Cairn, Today, Tomorrow and Yesteryear – Orkney Island

Image courtesy of Historic Scotland The most notable aspect of the Maeshowe carin on Orkney Island was the Guardian spirit that showed up as soon as all but three members of my September 2017 tour group entered the cairn. Normally … Continue reading

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