Thursday, August 13, 2009


Don’t Sing To Elvis’ Ghost

HOUSTON (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you’re trying to connect with Elvis’ ghost, talk, don’t sing to The King.

This Sunday (Aug. 16) marks 32 years since Elvis’ death and necromancer Lisa Lee Harp Waugh says fans who are holding seances for the legend should refrain from belting out his tunes during the ceremony.

That’s because singing “Jailhouse Rock” will make it difficult to hear signs from Elvis, which could be as discreet as a little tap.

Instead, Waugh suggests speaking softly and directly to The King, particularly at 4 AM – the “witching hour” that’s best for paranormal contact.

Waugh says it’s crucial to talk solely to Elvis during the seance so other spirits don’t slip through the cracks. If another ghost tries to strike up a conversation ignore them because too many spirits at once can be “hard to control.”

If Elvis doesn’t appear right away, wait it out.

Waugh has experienced contact several days after a seance, depending on when spirits are ready to communicate.

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