The Carroll Street Cafe, Frederick, Maryland, is the 4th episode in the successful new Web TV series: The R.I.P. Files. The Carroll Street Cafe in Frederick, MD, is built on the site of a cave nestled between the massive limestone rock formations which surround this area. Owned by Joanie Jenkins for the past seven years. Originally used as a grain elevator, the four story building has housed many small businesses including mechanical, millenary, a coffee shop, and now this cafe. Joanie Jenkins loves the building and its ghosts. Over the years, she’s seen, heard, and sensed several spirits throughout the building. R.I.P.’s investigation lasted over eight hours and was spectacularly successful. Phenomena reported included: whispering voices, cold spots, chills, a moving chair, direct responses, and much more. The R.I.P. team is currently reviewing all audio and video evidence. The group expects to find a number of EVPs and perhaps additional compelling evidence. Many of the personal experiences and psychic impressions picked up by R.I.P. investigators have already been corroborated and confirmed, while a Tarot reading by R.I.P. Adept Sean Hanover provided a possible answer to a decades old mystery. You can watch all of the episodes of The R.I.P. Files now on the Mingle Media TV Network http://www.minglemediatv.com and on The R.I.P. Files channel: http://minglemediatv.com/RIPFiles.html. The R.I.P. Files is produced by The Marin Group, Inc., a video production company specializing in unique paranormal programming. The R.I.P. Files.explore the darkness. You can follow The R.I.P. Files on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/RIPfiles
Lee and Paul (married co-hosts and authors of the popular blog http://www.coupledumb.com) talk about how we do things to screw up relationships and how we can recognize whats going on. They are raw, funny and provocative. Watch them LIVE every Friday on Mingle Media TV at http://minglemediatv.com/RelationshipRehab.html.