Every single literary enthusiast knows about Edgar Allan Poe. He is considered to be a literary giant who carved his name in history by making stories for all ages such as the Cask of Amontillado and The Raven. In 1849, Edgar Allan Poe made Baltimore his permanent home.
Now, a group of psychics have tried to contact him over a weekend this March. Last March 3 and 4, the said psychics gathered at the former church of Westminster Hall which is within a very close distance to the grave of the deceased writer. In was also in this same venue that the psychics contacted the spirit of Edgar Allan Poe.
Aside from these psychics, Rie Sadler who is a paranormal investigator based in Maryland was also excited to attend the event. Though she wasn’t formally invited to participate in the said endeavour, she has long been wishing to put her equipment inside the Poe House. This, she says, was that time and chance to do that.
“He loved Baltimore; he was here for quite some time. If he had a particular love for the city or for the house … or if he felt he had unfinished business, it’s very conceivable that he could still be there,”
The attempt, called “Beyond Nevermore”, was organized by the officials and friends of the Poe House and Museum of Baltimore. This said endeavour will have its results published on the website, poeforevermore.com, as part of a series of controlled experiments.
According to Mark Redfield who is a local actor and fan magazine publisher, the activity started out as just a simple joke.
They thought how Allan Poe would react to such an activity. He believes that calling on the spirit of the great writer will provide a lot of answers to questions like how he came up with the titles of his stories.
With the many stories shared by people of their experiences with psychics, then this story may have yielded some information.
Source : http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2012-01-26/sports/bs-ae-poe-seance-20120126_1_north-amity-street-baltimore-s-poe-house-poe-toaster