HAUNTING!! Main Street Cafe, 06226 on Flickr.
Do you know about this man, Emperor Norton? His story is worth a read. What an interesting character!
HAUNTING!! SOMA, I think on Flickr.
Have you seen me out and about? E-mail a photo of me, Parcel Ghost, to theparcelghost at gmail.com. I’m told that it will get to me, and then we’ll put it in my photo album.
I am now on
Flicker Flickr? Is that true? That doesn’t seem right. Really that’s how it’s spelled. I promise.
As THEPARCELGHOST Except not all caps, Parcel Ghost remember, that’s like yelling.
As theparcelghost, since everyone seems to think they’re e.e. cummings these days. Okay, that’s enough with the editorializing. Do you want people to look at your photos or not?
I do! And I want you to look for me out and about, too. I have been doing some quality haunting lately.
Happy Easter! Here I am at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Morningside Heights, NYC. What a divine building!
Here are some photos from my visit to the James A. Farley Post Office in New York City. This post office is right across the street from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, and has a museum of postal history in its lobby. What a surprise! Of course I had to have my photo taken with my favorite postal artifacts.
My first stop in my adventure was the Barnard Zine Library at Barnard College in New York City. My friend Marissa was presenting a bit about her zines there, and I went along as her chaperone. We spent some time in the stacks, looking at zines from the 1990s. Even though I used to deliver mail in those days, I had no idea what those zine-making teenagers were up to! It was quite exciting to learn a bit about zines, and everyone at Barnard was so nice.
Dear friends, a few weeks ago I took a very exciting adventure. I will share a little bit of that adventure over the next few days. Here is the start of my adventure, on a train zipping along the Connecticut coast. But where did I go? Stay tuned!