The Enchanting Beauvoir

It was AWESOME!!! The 2017 Gulf Coast ParaCon at the Beauvoir (last residence of Jefferson Davis) was a phenomenal event! We started off the weekend on Friday night with the 80’s themed “Meet & Greet” ball. It was so much fun seeing everyone dressed in “totally rad” clothing! Some people were decked out in bright neon colors, while others were wearing classic, concert T’s. There was even a costume contest where the winner was proudly sporting “Hulk Hogan” attire. I, myself, wore black sport leggings with a pink and black leopard print shirt, and a black and white zebra printed frilly jacket. For accessories, I wore a long, thin black sequenced ribbon around my neck, a big black lace bow in my hair and pink, glitter jelly shoes. And we cannot leave out the music that was played! Guns N’ Roses, Madonna and Bon Jovi, just to name a few. Everyone had such a great time!

Then, on Saturday people attended the event to see all the various vendors and their fantastic and unique displays of merchandise. There were tables set up with beautiful artwork, and some tables that were displayed with lovely, handmade crystal and natural stone jewelry (One where I bought a simple band ring made of rose quartz that I immediately fell in love with!). Other tables had vendors selling cool, paranormal t-shirts and hand-crafted items.

I was there as a vendor selling signed copies of my novel, The Spirit Within where I met some pretty amazing new people who were eager to read my book.

Also as guest speakers for the day, included paranormal investigators, psychics and so much more who were at this exciting event. They were impressive individuals who kept the conference room full of enthusiastic people. Paula Westbrook, Keith Age, Kevin Betzer & Randy Hardy, Mary Millan “Bloody Mary”, and April Roare were some of those fascinating guest speakers!

Later that night, many of us gathered together to conduct an exclusive paranormal investigation of the Beauvoir. We were separated into five groups that all started off investigating at different locations of the property. The group that I was in started in the cottage where we actually heard a couple of very distinguished evps. After the K2 EMF Meter began to light up, someone from the group asked if the spirit was Jefferson Davis. A very clear “no” was heard on the Ghost Box. Then, after a few minutes passed and unanswered questions from our side, the K2 EMF Meter lit up some more. Another member from our group asked if the spirit wanted us to go, and after a moment passed, a very clear “leave me”, followed by “please” was heard on the Ghost Box. We respectfully left and headed to other locations throughout the property, including a Confederate cemetery, the Presidential Library & Museum, and the beautiful Beauvoir House. We didn’t capture much of anything else paranormally, but someone from another group said they had been touched by a spirit in the library.

I was given a thermal gun to use during the investigation, but didn’t witness any significant fluctuation. We were told that the paranormal activity at the Beauvoir is quite active, however there are times when things are a little more quiet than other times.

The entire weekend in Biloxi was a ton of fun! I got the opportunity to meet a lot of interesting people, including the awesome members of the SPARS Paranormal team who hosted The Gulf Coast ParaCon. Not only did I have a great time, I also learned so much paranormally and historically!!

I absolutely loved it and can’t wait to return!!!!

 

 

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My vendor table where I sold signed copies of my novel, The Spirit Within.

The Beauvoir House

The Jefferson Davis Presidential Library & Museum

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