Tag Archives: ghost stories

Gilbert Speaks on “Life with Fred and Lucy”

2 Jul

36379007_10214517310919196_6835334348711919616_nI’ve written four science fiction books already. They are part of my Roof Oasis Series. The fifth book was different. It was a project of love, and it was the hardest book to write. This past Saturday was my book launch for the much awaited, Life with Fred and Lucy: Growing up in South Philly. This book is a humorous memoir of growing up in my parents’ grocery story during the early 1950’s and 60’s. It is also a tribute to the two ghosts that hang out in my attic. Here is an interview with Elsie Kerns. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks On “A Psychic/Medium’s Review of Personal Shopper”

13 Dec

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I’ve been seeing dead people since I was a toddler. This ability/gift runs on both sides of the family. My mother and father inherited their gifts from their mothers. When I watch films that deal with the afterlife, I pay careful attention to how the directors portray the mechanics of a haunting. I recently watched a ghost story called Personal Shopper. Did the film successfully replicate what mediums really experience? Find out after the jump. Continue reading

The Ghosts in My Attic

10 Dec

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My friends love when I post stories of my ghost investigations. They love the fact that I can see dead people and they want to know why the dead haunt us. From my experiences, I’ve come to the conclusion that the dead are just plain nosey. They want to know what we’re doing and, they never miss a moment to tell us what we’re doing wrong. Continue reading