Last five posts from the CHAT-M-Room (Town Common) are:

Thanks y'all for not causing any issues while I was traveling up here! Only about a 30 degree drop in temperatures from FL!
J Hallgren (as Moderator)
S Chatham , MA USA - Tue 05/11/2021 - 09:59:18
Bruce and I expect to be returning to Cape Cod in the near future as to be closer to our daughter, Debbie Connors. Bruce, now 92, has had two heart transplants some years ago, stents, and has congestive heart disorder now. We need to find a very good cardiologist on Cape Cod. If anyone can recommend one, from your own experience or that of a close family member, please let us know. Thank you very much. Anna Woodland
Anna <>
Naples, MA USA - Mon 05/10/2021 - 20:09:42
This is way beyond interesting. I have spent many hours as a docent at Old Harbor Station. Early on, when I was there by myself, I had hoped to hear a voice from my Grandfather, Richard E.. Didn't happen, yet.
Looking forward to being a docent again, even if it is a limited experience for visitors.

Richard G. Ryder <>
Eastham, MA USA - Sun 05/09/2021 - 17:57:05
The second paragraph was in reference to the Coast Guard Station.
Jared Fulcher
Chatham, MA USA - Sun 05/09/2021 - 17:55:02
Chapmans, I had an unusual experience of my own while painting the interior of Charlie Weston's old house over fifteen years ago. I'll have to share with you sometime.

There have been spectral sightings told to me by numerous enlisted personnel, when I was with the Flotilla there. One Boatswains Mate told me of how he was taking a nap on the couch in the lounge, and awakened by something brushing by on his leg. He looked up to see a translucent figure pass between he and the t.v. and then move behind the couch and out the door.

The Congregational Church is known to have strange occurrences, as did the old Main Street School. I was told John Custodie was shaken up one night alone in the building, when he heard the balls on the pool table break by themselves.

Jared Fulcher
Chatham, MA USA - Sun 05/09/2021 - 17:44:34