Blue Store Psychic Drawings

Terri J. Garofalo is an artist by trade. Recently she began to apply her talent to psychic drawing on investigation with IndyPara.

“This is still in the experimental stage at this point. I’m not one to put a lot of stock in anything psychic. While I believe it is possible, I do not trust my abilities yet. I have had some positive hits on a couple investigations. On this one Ed Bates felt one of the images matched an apparition he saw of a man in a hat.

If you go to the Blue Store for dinner, see if you can recognize one of those in the drawing… They could be living too! Sometimes I wind up sketching someone who is a relative of the owner or someone attached to the building.

Drawing has always been intuitive for me. I almost never plan a work of art. So, using this method works exceptionally well on paranormal investigations. I have to relax into a groove to let the energy flow. I can actually feel it flow over me. It’s a weird feeling. And so, I just sketch…” -Tj

Below are Terri’s results from the Blue Store

Psychic Drawings from Blue Store Restaurant by Terri J. Garofalo

These were drawn in the upstairs bathroom. There is a story that a young woman was killed by a stagecoach out in front of the Blue Store. Name recorded were picked up psychically by Donna Parish-Bischoff, noted here by Terri. -by Terri J. Garofalo

Drawings from the upstairs room on the Southern side of the bathroom. Notice the names were picked up by IndyPara psychic John Robinson. Terri jotted them down for the record. -by Terri J. Garofalo.

Drawings from the upstairs room on the Southern side of the bathroom. Notice the names were picked up by IndyPara psychic John Robinson. Terri jotted them down for the record. -by Terri J. Garofalo.

Drawing from the bar area of Blue Store Restaurant. Note the dog. -by Terri J. Garofalo

Drawing from the bar area of Blue Store Restaurant. Note the dog. -by Terri J. Garofalo

Drawings from the basement of Blue Store. The man with the hat resonated with one of the investigators and seemed familiar to the owner. The bottom figure looks a little like the owner... -by Terri J. Garofalo

Drawings from the basement of Blue Store. The man with the hat resonated with one of the investigators and seemed familiar to the owner. The bottom figure looks a little like the owner... -by Terri J. Garofalo

 

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