By Gail Westwood Ghosts are tied to the location of their death, usually a sudden or tragic one, and they often don't realize that they are dead. In most cases, they have unfinished business as the deceased person does not accept the way in which they died. Courtesy of iStockphoto We use the word ghost … Continue reading Summit Spirits: What is the difference between a ghost and a spirit? | SummitDaily.com
Under the watchful gaze of crumbling saints and baby-faced cherubs, you hurry down a path lined with mausoleums. Eventually, you pass crops of headstones glinting in the moonlight, each engraved with the CliffsNotes version of the dead person's life. You practically run past sunken graves and dying flowers, hoping upon hope that the sound you … Continue reading What makes graveyards scary? Why graveyards are scary?
By T Kira Madden Here’s a secret: I wear my father’s clothes every day. Not entire outfits, but a garment or two, always. I wear his striped t-shirts to bed at night, his vibrant dress socks under my boots. I’ve tailored his button-up shirts to fit me in the shoulders; I’ve removed a link or … Continue reading How to Honor the Dead – Alma