“The Incomplete Beauty” & “Madame Enchantée”

Happy Monday, everyone! Hope you all had a fabulous weekend and for those of you that are here in the U.S., hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving! Mine was an enjoyable one spent with my family. Love quality time!!

Wanted to share with you something that I’m pretty excited about! Recently, two pieces of my art were purchased by a couple of amazing people! The first piece that was purchased was a poster print of my sketch, “The Incomplete Beauty”, which can be found here…. https://fineartamerica.com/featured/the-incomplete-beauty-sheila-renee-parker.html.

And the second piece that was purchased was a canvas print of my painting, “Madame Enchantée”, which can be found here….. https://fineartamerica.com/featured/madame-enchantee-sheila-renee-parker.html.

More of my artwork can be found at…. https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sheilarenee-parker.html.

I’m currently working on some more pieces that I’m ecstatic about and I promise to share with you all in the near future!

As always, be blessed and enjoy! Remember, life is what we make it so make it awesome! Life is beautiful and so are YOU!!! 🙂

 

~ Love & Light, Sheila

 

 

Get a copy of my novel, The Spirit Within on Amazon!

~ Sheila Renee Parker on Twitter: @sheilarparker.

~ Sheila Renee Parker on Facebook: Sheila Renee Parker – Author

~ Sheila Renee Parker on Instagram: @sheilareneeparker

~ Art by Sheila Renee Parker available at: https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sheilarenee-parker.html

 

 

 

(“The Incomplete Beauty” ~ sketch by Sheila Renee Parker)

 

 

(“Madame Enchantée” ~ painting by Sheila Renee Parker)

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The Palmer House Hotel

Located in the small city of Sauk Centre, Minnesota stands The Palmer House Hotel. Built in 1901 by Ralph L. Palmer and Christena J. Palmer, this historical landmark is enchanting with all its grandeur, warmth and charm. The hotel is well-known for its paranormal activity with reports dating back throughout the decades.

Aside from the ghostly residents, The Palmer House Hotel is full of rich history. As soon as an individual enters the front door facing Sinclair Lewis Avenue, it’s as if one is taken back in time. The feeling of yesteryear is quickly felt, aided along with respectfully displayed photographs hung upon the walls throughout the building, still constructed with original materials.

In the lobby, close to the base of the stairway, is a beautiful display case. Inside is a very elegant dress worn by original owner, Mrs. Christena J. Palmer. I was in such awe at the sight.

A couple of weeks ago I traveled from the Gulf Coast in Alabama to The Palmer House Hotel to attend The Paranormal Diaries Film: EVENT hosted by my friend, Blaine Duncan and his brother, Austin in honor of their exciting upcoming film, The Paranormal Diaries: A Documentary Film. The event lasted from November 10th – 12th. The entire weekend was full of fascinating presentations. The fun-filled activities were non-stop! Blaine and Austin shared with everyone their background in regards to the paranormal. They also talked about the many awesome locations they visited (including The Palmer House Hotel) while filming and promised to give details upon the film’s release!

Healer and Intuitive, Suzanne Worthley hosted two presentations about Angels, chakras, the difference between spirits and earthbound ghosts and so much more! Hearing her speak literally helped open my mind to an even higher level of understanding.

Psychic Medium, Tiffany Johnson was also there conducting readings. I asked her about my father who had passed away a little more than seven years ago. All I did was ask how he was doing and then Tiffany began to tell me things that I hadn’t discussed publicly before, personal things about my father. I could feel my father’s presence as Tiffany was relaying his messages. Tears began to well my eyes, some were happy and yet some were sad because I still miss him so much. Tiffany Johnson’s psychic gift is true and sincere, and I am extremely grateful for the reading she gave me.

Members of the Twin Cities Paranormal Society team were at the event as well talking about their team’s background history, the use of paranormal equipment and they even shared evidence that was captured on previous investigations. Their evidence was intriguing and some were even intense and frightening evps (electronic voice phenomenon).

And as both nights were winding down, Friday and Saturday, everyone gathered together to conduct paranormal investigations of The Palmer House Hotel. I, along with others, witnessed some flashlight responses when questions were being asked and flickering from light fixtures. Was I frightened? Absolutely not. Not once did I feel anything malevolent or terrifying. However, I must be honest, I did find myself becoming extremely captivated by this exquisite hotel. There was an undeniable sense of “home”, like I had been there before in the past. To those who had experienced the very same feeling, affectionately referred to it as “The Palmer House Effect”. The hotel’s current owner, Kelley and her staff were beyond amazing with their professionalism and yet personable ways! From the very first moment of my arrival to the last moment when I turned in my hotel key, everyone made me feel extremely welcomed!

Even though it has been a couple of weeks since The Paranormal Diaries Film: EVENT, I still feel drawn to the location. It’s something that I will continue to carry with me always!

 

 

 

Get a copy of my novel, The Spirit Within on Amazon!

~ Sheila Renee Parker on Twitter: @sheilarparker.

~ Sheila Renee Parker on Facebook: Sheila Renee Parker – Author

~ Sheila Renee Parker on Instagram: @sheilareneeparker

~ Art by Sheila Renee Parker available at: https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sheilarenee-parker.html

 

 

 

The Paranormal Diaries Film: EVENT!

DON’T MISS OUT ON THE PARANORMAL DIARIES FILM: EVENT! TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE!!!

The Paranormal Diaries Film: EVENT is an exciting event that will take place over the entire weekend starting Friday, November 10th at 6 p.m. – Sunday, November 12th at 12 p.m. at the beautiful and haunted location of The Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, Minnesota. This is a special event hosted by filmmaker, Blaine Duncan and his brother, Austin in honor of their phenomenal movie, The Paranormal Diaries: A Documentary Film.

This onscreen production is full of haunted locations (including The Palmer House Hotel) that the brothers visited while on their travels throughout the back roads of America, capturing their real-life paranormal experiences.

“There’s sort of this parallel between us traveling down the road and traveling in our own personal journey to document proof of the paranormal.” ~ Blaine Duncan

At The Paranormal Diaries Film: EVENT there will be sneak peek clips from The Paranormal Diaries: A Documentary Film, along with awesome guest speakers including Angela and Brady from Twin Cities Paranormal Society, Psychic Tiffany Johnson and Suzanne Worthley! The fun-filled weekend will be full of non-stop activities. And just before everything is finished, there will be a ghost hunt throughout the entire haunted building of The Palmer House Hotel on Saturday night!

Great times indeed! And for those who would like to book their stay at The Palmer House Hotel during this exciting event for Friday and Saturday nights, will have the opportunity to stay Thursday night for free, graciously offered by the hotel’s owner.

All event proceeds are donated to The Palmer House Hotel for restoration projects to help maintain the elegance and history of this fantastic site!

I’m pretty excited about going! Already have my ticket and room booked. Along with being an active participant in all the amazing activities, I will also be a vendor there selling signed copies of my novel, The Spirit Within! Looking so forward to it, CAN’T WAIT!!!

Hope to see you all there!!!

 

 

For ticket information, please visit:  The Paranormal Diaries: A Documentary Film

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/theparanormaldiariesfilm/community/

And hotel booking at The Palmer House Hotel:  The Palmer House

 

 

 

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