Spirit Light Network
We tread where others dread...
The British Are Coming! 

Date:Spring 2008
Location: Arlington, MA

Historical Background During the opening volleys of the American Revolution, the town of Arlington, Massachusetts, (then called Menotomy, an Algonquian word meaning "swift running water"), lay in the path of both the British and American troops. After the battles of Lexington and Concord which took place on April 19, 1775, the Americans hounded the British troops as they retreated back to the safety of Boston. The heaviest casualties of this ‘running battle’ took place in Menotomy where 25 Americans and 40 British met their deaths.

For further information on this case, you can find it documented in great detail in the following book: 

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Join the Spirit Light Network, a paranormal investigative team of shamans and energy healers dedicated to helping spirits cross to the other side. Experience 12 interesting and frightening ghost hunts to find out why ghosts exist and wander the earth, how some people are more likely to be haunted than others, and what to do if you become a haunted person. Read about a boy haunted by British soldiers, a curse on a colonial farmhouse, a spirit who won't leave until her head is returned, and more. Along the way, you'll learn step-by-step instuctions for varied energy techniques to ensure that you won't succumb to energies from both sides of the Veil, including how to ground energy, cut cords that may be draining you, balance and raise your vibration, and more. Discover why the Spirit Light Network is known as the group "that treads where others dread."

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Ghost and Shamanic Tales of True Hauntings
Bety Comerford  (founding member of the Spirit Light Network)
August 28, 2012