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I stand with you, I stand with the USA

The hatred must stop. Now. The desecration of Jewish cemeteries and the threats against their schools are abhorrent and have no place in our society. America’s strength has always been in its citizens’ diversity of backgrounds, faiths and political ideologies. I don’t need to think the same as someone else to respect them as [...]

By | 2017-03-04T10:20:49+00:00 March 1st, 2017|Nevada, Spirituality/Christianity, Uncategorized|2 Comments

Register for the 2016 Nevada Ghost and Paranormal Series today!

It’s hard to believe I’ve been involved in the coordination of the college’s supernatural program for 15 years! As usual, you can select from a variety of investigative, spiritual, intuitive development and history classes this September and October in Reno, Virginia City and Carson City, Nevada. Kathleen to present “Attracting Positive Energies” on Wed., Sept. [...]

Kathleen is a featured writer at A to Zen’s Local Author Extravaganza in Carson City, Nevada

“A Local Author Extravaganza,” hosted by Carson City’s A to Zen, presents more than a dozen area authors as well as local artists. This free event will be held on Sat., November 14 from noon to 6 p.m. at A to Zen, 1803 North Carson Street. Kathleen Berry will be one of the featured speakers, giving [...]

By | 2015-11-11T04:10:31+00:00 November 11th, 2015|A Reluctant Spirit, Nevada, Uncategorized|4 Comments

My Christianity has always been mystical

I’ve been studying Christian mysticism to better understand my spiritual path and prepare for a class I’m teaching on “God, Ghosts and the Afterlife” in October at Truckee Meadows Community College. Through this exploration, I’m discovering that I didn’t become a mystic after my transformational Goldfield Hotel experience. Rather, my life’s journey to seek out [...]

By | 2015-09-16T04:13:23+00:00 September 16th, 2015|Nevada, Spirituality/Christianity, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Registration opens for the 2015 Nevada Ghost and Paranormal Series

As most of you know, I began a unique spiritual odyssey when my boss asked me to work on our fledgling paranormal program. Over 14 years as the series manager, I’ve met astounding individuals and experienced mind-expanding activity that has enriched my life. If you live in the western U.S., consider attending some of the [...]

When ghosts drain energy from your electronics, pay attention

Spirits can manipulate our electronics to communicate their desires and opinions. I’ve had multiple unexpected episodes that usually present themselves as an instantaneous loss of battery charge. Of course, we must consider why a battery would die (other than from paranormal activity) such as from extreme cold, it’s old or expired, or it’s been drained [...]

6 questions to answer before investigating a haunted location

As I wrote last week, historical data can deepen your investigation and help you to better relate to the spirits that may inhabit a building. So what should your team historian research? Here are my top six suggestions: Who lived, worked there? For homes: What was the owner’s income status and career? Did a family [...]

By | 2014-09-10T03:59:45+00:00 September 10th, 2014|Ghost Hunting, Nevada, Uncategorized|4 Comments

History matters when investigating the paranormal

For me, the ideal ghost hunting team is comprised of at least three specialists: a technological expert adept at using investigative equipment and knowledgeable enough to detect false positives; an intuitive/psychic/sensitive who can detect energies and pick up spirit communication; and a historian, one who’s researched the site and can guide an investigation. Reasons historians [...]

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