Thursday, April 17, 2014

Radford City Ghost Story near The Blue RIdge Parkway and Blue RIdge Discovery Center May Happening!

My Artwork


Clouds Over The Blue Ridge Parkway   Original 5"x7" Oil Painting      $75.00

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at  KENDALL KESSLER ART

Clouds over The Blue Ridge is one of my favorite Small Gem paintings.  These paintings are only 5"x7" .  They light up any home or office!


nearmemorialcopyrightNear Memorial Bridge    Original 30"x40" Oil Painting     $2425.00

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

Near Memorial Bridge is a house I see every time I cross the bridge.  It is the only house that can be seen all year long.  The others are covered up by summer vegetation.  I love the way the light hits this home!

I am having a great time researching Ghost stories in The New River Valley!  Who doesn't like a ghost story?

Radford City Virginia Ghost Story

St. Albans in Radford Virginia was originally a boy's school. It stands over the New River and was converted into a sanatorium. The site is now used by Radford University but many buildings are empty.

The Seven Hills Paranormal Society has investigated the site and reported "shadow people" or un-seen presences.  They also reported a mysterious ball of light hovering near the floor and then disappeared.

One investigator felt like she had been shoved in the chest and footsteps have been heard throughout the hospital.  Also, voices have been heard.  One said, "God, I want to die", and another said, "Tasha, we need to hide."

I found this information in an article entitled "Haunted Places in  New River Valley Vieginia" from the online publication Ehow.

fairlawnridgecopyrightFairlawn Ridge   Original Oil Painting has been Sold

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

Life with The Bird and Word Man - Clyde Kessler

The 40th Annual Mount Rogers Rally is coming up!  Don't miss out on this great event that is sponsored by the Blue Ridge Discovery Center.  My husband is on the Board of Directors.

The 2014 Rally will be May 9 & 10.

Friday Night Speaker -  Nancy Lee Adamson PhD, Pollinator Conservation Specialist - East Region, The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. An Introduction to Native Bees and Other “Beneficial” Arthropods of the Mid-Atlanticlearn about common native bees we can support by protecting and planting pollinator habitat. The program will highlight nesting habits of some of the 500 species of native bees in Virginia, as well as other pollinators, predators, and parasitoids that benefit from pollinator habitat.
Friday night entertainmentRoald and Ellie Kirby will be bringing in the evening with some traditional old time tunes.
DOOR PRIZE!David Richert has offered a free afternoon consultation on forest management as the friday night door prize

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