My “Hotel Hell” Experience
Well, like I said I was rather a bit shocked at the episode. I know that at the time of filming, I was overwhelmed with the amount of information and people that came to talk. There were several stories that were communicated: from the structural changes, to the murder that took place when you first walked in and of course to the insane dapper man.
It was VERY hard to keep the information flowing, hard to make everyone line up and even harder when they were frustrated and physically pushing to talk. I wanted to write about all the information that came through, that could not be communicated via the 45 min that we have to tell their stories. I reflected upon it and decided that everyone truly did the best they could in that situation. It was overwhelming for everyone!!! There simply was too much for us to be able to tell everything in that 45 min!!!!
The Opening in my room:
I opened and was shown a Hospital, I freaked out. No ONE sensitive wants to be run through a hospital, talk about a Hard Day at work!
I just went for it.
Showing up I got another surprise, IT IS A HOTEL? Another location just ONE sensitive does not want to do a walk through! I thought o.k. I know I got that it was a hospital and then that they turned it into a hotel, “o man am I in trouble?”
It started right at the doorway — a murder and fight, then onto the nurse, then the basement full of physical changes, layers of residual information, fire, dancing, drinking and many dead people coming out of the walls. They did not understand where they were because they could not see how they came in and now did not understand how to get out.
Then the people lying in the hallways — overdoses, murder/suicide, the man who was hiding from police and the mafia — SOO much information. So many people. I thought the walk would never end.
The family was wonderful and this bridged a gap in communication between them, which is always a great thing. Steve really felt that the dapper man was a murderer; I simply did not see him committing any act of that nature. I did only have about 30 minutes with him and he was so OCD all he wanted to talk about was how well he took care of himself, LOL!
I can only discuss what I see and/or what is told to me. If they do not want to tell me something, well, then, I am as much in the dark as anyone else. They are just people too!
This is again why I like working with other types of sensitives, because they may be a psychic knower. After I talk to the person and they tell me what they want me to know, the psychic knower comes in and they see some of the information that person did not want to or did not have time to communicate to me.
Well, we do the best we can, and we did.