Category Archives: Lynne’s Investigations

Northern State Hospital Farm, Sedro-Woolley

Insane asylums are not pleasant places in any era. Our investigation picked up on assorted assaults, two attempted murders and more than a few cover ups. Continue reading

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What Graves?

Our current political discourse isn’t the only time I have encountered “alternative facts” formerly known as lies. In my work as a medium I have repeatedly stumbled across graves official records or administrators swear don’t exist. Continue reading

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Wellington 2018 Trouble with Toffs

As our group walked away from the tunnel he threw the equivalent of a psychic spit ball at me. Dumb move. Continue reading

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Wellington 2018 Return of the Madam

The Madam’s bedroom walls boasted waist-high wainscoting topped by vertical panels of bordello red velvet wallpaper. In the middle of each panel of wallpaper was the outline of a black emerald cut rectangle. There was a subtle pattern stamped into the red velvet of the wallpaper. It was a touch disconcerting to realize I was essentially standing at the foot of the Madam’s bed. Continue reading

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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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