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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Sarah's journal: guest post by Susan Kronick

the following notes and photos were taken from the pages of Dr. Sarah Pullman's journal as she documents her travels across the globe in her search for answers to the ghosts that haunt her...

Leaving home in sunny south Florida in mid-winter! Hate to leave the beautiful weather. The clear blue sky and turquoise water. Heading to my mother's ancestral home in Austria. Have to confront those ghosts head on!

Can't believe we finally arrived in Vienna!  My great grandmother Mary's hometown.  Can't get enough of the old world charm! Our hotel on the Ringstrasse is so elegant.  Wish I was here under less ominous circumstances.

Built in 1077, the Fortress Hohensalzburg looms high up on a hill above the town! The beautiful Residenzplatz is the heart of the old downtown area. Off to see the Glockenspiel, and eat some hot apple Strudel mit Schlag (with whipped cream)

Heavy snow falling due west of Salzburg finds us in the city of Graz.  The Baroque style of architecture in the medieval Old Town is like stepping back in time. My fondness for glockenspiels leads me to the Glockenspielplatz, on the wall above the Glockenspiel cafe, wooden figures dance to folk tunes. 

Caught a train from Graz. Describing Innsbruck, you can't separate the buildings from the mountains. Wherever you look in the distance is an amazing backdrop of mountains in every direction.  Innsbruck has well preserved the centuries old sections of the city, which looks much as it did some 400 years ago! The pastel buildings standing in neat rows against the blue-gray mountains is sensational.

Finally!!! I made it to my family's ancestral castle.  I can't believe I'm here!  The outside of the fortress is so amazing.  Hard to believe my haunting originates from this very location.  Time to enter Weiser Schloss and face the ghosts head on! 

Susan Kronick has a Master of Science in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and a Ph.D. in Paranormal Studies/Psychology from Union Institute and Graduate School. she is a Psychology professor at Barry University and Palm Beach State College.
a psychic and a medium, Susan has the gift of seeing the dead since she was a child.  she has taught parapsychology classes through the Palm Beach County School Board, as well as at Palm Beach State College.
she has extensive experience in the area of investigations of haunting and the paranormal and lives with her husband and their four lovable rescued dogs in south Florida.

i would like to say thank you to Susan Kronick for guest posting today and to you as well for stopping by. to read more about Sarah and her ghosts, click HERE

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