Thank you to all who tuned in to Saturday night’s episode of The Haunting Of Elisabeth Rohm. Quite frankly, I particularly enjoyed seeing her “freak out” while I was telling her about her whole family on the other side and with whom they are with. As you watch each week, you will see that most of the celebrities do not expect me to tune into exact details about their lives—especially their relatives whom they’ve never met or even talked about with anyone.
A few of you commented on the scene when I picked up on Elisabeth’s dog leaving because Elisabeth was pregnant. Like me, I know all of you animal lovers out there find it hard to believe that her dog died so she could concentrate on being a mom. I’m not saying it’s the most common occurrence, but every situation is different. Sometimes animals make certain sacrifices, putting their owner’s needs before their own. They do this instinctively.
For example, when I started filming this round of shows, one week before getting on the road, my sweet dog, Maggie, a Shih Tzu passed away. I was heart wrenched, but I was equally disturbed by the fact that I would be away so much and was worried about Maggie’s well being because she never left my side. How would she handle me leaving her? Who would pay her all of the attention she needs? Who would know what she needs better than me?
Maggie was 16 years old and blind but not outwardly sick. She died suddenly of cancer of the spleen. I will always think of and miss her. It would never have been my choice, but she made the decision to go. Who knows if she did it for her benefit, both, or mine? In any case, I know that it happened exactly the way it was supposed to, and I know she is with me every day. By the way, a talented psychic told me Maggie was going to sacrifice her life for me one day. I never knew what that meant, but I do now.
Speaking of animals, there was another dog of Elisabeth’s that showed itself to me and gave me the name Chloe. This dog was relaying a feeling of thanks and indebtedness to Elisabeth for what she did for her. Elisabeth confirmed that Chloe was a hunting dog she had rescued, had kept for a while, and then had given to another family. The dog never forgot this and made me feel a sense of protection and love around Elisabeth.
Then there was the basement scene where I sensed a creepy vibe. Elisabeth would not follow me down there and explained to me that she only went down there once and never would go again. I explained to her I felt an area where the owner of the home held underground slaves in the basement, hiding them for safety. This home was the closest home to an underground railroad. Elisabeth told me she recalled hearing about a time when there was one way in and one way out to her home.
I’m looking forward to chatting with you again this Saturday (10pm EST) when a brand new episode of The Haunting Of on The Bio Channel comes on with celeb Michael Rapaport. Here I help him understand what exactly is lurking in those dark closets and hallways of a school in which many famous celebrities attended. Dare to be scared!
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