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"Spirits of Charlestown" with MaryLee Trettenero -- Thursday, October 24, 2013
"Spirits of Charlestown" with MaryLee Trettenero : presented by the Friends of the Charlestown Branch Library. Thursday, October 24, 7:30 pm. Free and open to all, with a reception following.
By: Friends of the Charlestown Branch Library
Charlestown resident MaryLee Trettenero is well known throughout Boston and vicinity as a gifted intuitive, healer and psychic medium. Since 2005, she has been communicating with Spirits that have a special connection with Charlestown. In her presentation, Trettenero will be sharing ghost stories of former residents and people who worked in Charlestown, visited here, had family here, or British and American soldiers who fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill and died here.
In her presentation, which will include video clips of some of her paranormal investigations at Charlestown historic sites, Trettenero will discuss what these Spirits of Charlestown revealed to her. She will talk about the commonly known history of Charlestown and the additional little known or forgotten history the Spirits have shared. Evidently for them sharing these stories is a very healing process.
Trettenero will talk about hauntings from a number of different vantage points: paranormal investigations, residual energy in the land, psychometry, and her experiences as a practicing psychic medium. She will also reveal a little bit about the archeological dig that took place in the Training Field where she was able to hold artifacts just as they were being pulled from the holes where they were found. For Trettenero, much can be revealed just by holding a piece of old pottery or brick.
Further background information:
MaryLee Trettenero providespractical insights and spiritual guidance to individuals and businesses. For over 20 years, she has been helping her clients to uncover and resolve issues, remove emotional blocks, and make challenging life decisions, explore new personal and business opportunities, develop and build relationships and enhance overall their well-being. For more information, visit www.BostonIntuitive.com.
The Friends of the Charlestown Branch Library was formed in 1953, becoming the second Friends group to organize within the Boston Public Library system. The Friends schedule four to six evening programs a year, support the Reading is FUNdamental programs for children, and maintain the library’s landscaping. The mission of the Friends remains today what it was in 1953: to serve as an advocacy and support group for the needs of the Charlestown Branch Library, its staff and users. www.charlestownonline.net/
Coming up next in the Friends' Fall programming:
Kevin O’Hara, writer, storyteller, photographer
Author of the A Lucky Irish Lad and Last of the Donkey Pilgrims
Monday, November 18, 7:30 pm.
Free and open to all with reception following.
More information on the author can be found at http://kevin-