Saul looks at gratitude and considers the value of celebrating it once a year.
Saul is an ordained minister. He shares some of his thoughts about one of his favorite roles, officiant at people’s weddings.
The holiday season has Saul thinking about the nature and importance of gratitude.
We’ve heard the term “Fake it ’til you make it.” Saul has another suggestion for projecting the life you want.
Strange things are afoot at Casino El Camino as Saul finds himself mysteriously summoned by some of his guests at the Museum of the Weird.
The early days of animation offered some weird stuff. Here is a hidden gem called Ouija Board.
Highlights from Saul’s time performing at the Munster Mansion in Waxahachie, Texas.
Regardless of your political leanings you were likely surprised by various things in yesterday’s election. I was too. Then I looked back to the numbers that I did in January about the election and it was all there. For January I wrote an article where I used numerology to project out various things about 2016. […]
Paranormal entertainment sometimes goes a little beyond mere theatre. Sometimes we tap into something quite real.
Some people take ghosts pretty seriously. Some people just think it’s a bunch of spooky fun. It turns out that it’s always been that way. See a little about this history and opportunities for your own ghostly experience.