Apports, apports and still no idea where they come from ?

Good day,

 

Recently I spent two or three hours in good company because I was lucky enough to be invited to another show for Where Did The Road Go, this time with Seriah and Timothy Renner.

This latest episode elaborated on my previous show about apports, and I hope it will entertain you when it goes online, I hope it will stir some interest and conversation, I also hope that you can relate your own experiences with them ???

Please check out Where Did The Road Go in your favourite podcast provider or go to the website.

http://wheredidtheroadgo.com

Please watch this space because I have shows with Tim Renner to come on Strange Familiars (podcast)

https://www.strangefamiliars.com

These will approach all my experiences in chronological order, there have been so many overlaps and recurring plots over the decades.

Two weeks ago Nathan Isaacs and I recorded our first marathon Skype session and it was a joy, please check out:

http://www.pennyroyalpodcast.com/

especially episode eight where he submits some wonderful insights.  I look forward to working with Isaac again very soon.

stay safe

Charles

 

 

Mummified toad February 21st 2021

 

The Apports

Introducing Addie

This brief recording was made on March 2nd 1989 and took place in Corley Hall which is in Warwickshire.

An abbreviated version was played on Radio Misterioso by Greg Bishop, the show host. You can listen to the show by clicking here.

There were five people around the table using a home made Ouija board, Graham Phillips Angela Reeve, Anne Edkins and Martin Kelly.

Our regular contact was somebody we knew as Addie and she was a strong contact too, funny, capricious and quite autonomous when she wanted to be…

Angela had done a line drawing of Addie as seen in her dreams; it was on an easel in the main bedroom area.

Addie asked us, ‘you wanted to know what I looked like’?

We were told to look ‘top right’ … the drawing was placed top right o the easel, when we resumed doing the board a photograph was apported under the table and she said … ‘top right’ and that was our Addie.