I posted an article on my ghost website late Friday night titled “Harry Price – Was Harry Price The First Ghost Hunter?”. The next day, Saturday, I tweeted out the link and sent it to a few of my colleagues. There ended up being much discussion about the article that day. My friends also came over and they too read the article. We had a good laugh about the Talking Mongoose and spoke about it at great length.
Later in the evening, I went to a garage sale and purchased some books. When I got home I was in a rush, so I put the books in a cabinet on the main floor living room because I had no time to put them in the Cold Spot office library upstairs.
When I placed the books in the cabinet, a large envelope started to slide out and I caught it before it could hit the floor. Looking at the envelope, I remembered that there was a book in the envelope that I had ordered from a bookstore that dealt with old books. I had forgotten all about it. So much so, that I had also forgotten which book it was. So I slid the book from out of the envelope with curiousity. It was an old book written by R.S. Lambert. That name struck a bell with me. “Hey, I mentioned his name in my Harry Price article. That was the guy that investigated the Talking Mongoose case with Harry Price, and they also wrote a book together about it”, I thought to myself. “What a coincidence that I just wrote about Lambert and out of all the books that slide out of my cupboard it was Lambert’s? I wonder what the odds of that are??”
So, I went to my laptop and googled “R.S. Lambert”. Turns out he ended up moving from England to Canada after he worked on the Talking Mongoose case with Harry Price. I thought to myself, “Wow, that’s neat!” For those who don’t know, I live in Canada. Then I found a Wiki article about him that said that he moved to Creemore, Ontario and retired there. “Oh! That’s just ten minutes from here!” I wonder what the odds of that are????
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