awwww! The Orlando Sentinel has a story about Jeff Ashton’s book signing appearance at the Orlando Public Library last evening. It was Standing Room Only – SRO for the former Orlando Assistant State Attorney!
I like the fact that Ashton is receiving accolades. It is well-deserved feedback for an interesting book and a great fight for justice for the little victim, Caylee Marie Anthony.
But, darn! I just missed seeing him! I’m heading to Orlando today. Taking my mom and dog to spend Thanksgiving with my brother.
Mom and I plan to shop until we drop, visit a little town called Cassadega, which is a spiritual colony, I guess you could call it. It’s a small community of people who offer metaphysical arts – a whole community of Physics! It’s near Orlando.
Mom and I also plan to rest and relax and read – a lot!
And speaking of Cassedega…. I wonder if this community of people, since they were so close to Orlando, used their physic ability in the Anthony case? I wonder if they get involved in any missing persons cases – there are a lot of them in Orlando!
We know there were psychics involved in the Anthony case. I can’t remember the name of the woman who Dominic Casey supposedly spoke to on the phone while poking around in the swamp near the area where little Caylee was eventually found. Perhaps they were from this little place called Cassadega that my mom and I want to visit? I’ll look into that while I’m there.
I am not a 100 percent true believer in psychic power – but I enjoy speaking to Physics, when they are good. The reason I am skeptical? There are pretenders out there. There are people with a true gifts who are able to reach a universe outside of the one we live on. Maybe they have access to a higher intelligence and are able to see a community of people who have left our lives. I have talked to total strangers (physics) who described to me what my dead relatives looked like, and even described words they’d commonly use in conversation. I have to admit, it is a bit unnerving.
Getting back to my Orlando trip, I do hope to visit the Orlando Courthouse tomorrow, if there is time.
I don’t plan to visit the area off Suburban Drive where Caylee was found, or go anywhere near the Anthony home – I couldn’t bring myself to do that.
I’m sure I’ll travel on roads I’ll recognize from the Anthony case. I trust my GPS will steer me well away from HopeSpring Drive.
Here’s the story by the Orlando Sentinel of Jeff Ashton visit to the Public Library: click here.