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“[Even] [w]ithout our action or invitation, the dead often do appear to the living,” Kreeft asserts. Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, gives a resounding ‘yes’ to the first question and a great explanation to the second.

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The theatre that houses the cinema turns 102 in October and the cinema’s interior remains largely the same as it did when it first opened in 1914 as Le Globe, a place to watch Yiddish films and vaudeville acts on Montreal’s historic St-Laurent Boulevard.“They make love, they masturbate, they swap partners. Everything has happened.”An older crowd frequents during the day — at least two seniors were tugging on the front door an hour before opening during a reporter’s visit.Robert Casini, the theatre’s longtime manager and caretaker, says some regulars who have been around for three decades pay the admission, watch for a few minutes and simply chat with staff the rest of the time.Some patrons approached by a reporter were asked about their interest but declined to engage in conversation.For Casini, it’s all about discretion.“It is an adult theatre — there is some behaviour that goes on here from time to time,” he says.But how does the existence of ghosts fit into our faith?

Kreeft suggests there are three kinds of ghosts, one kind from each of the places of the afterlife: “[T]here are malicious and deceptive spirits,” Kreeft explains, “and since they of that happening should be sufficient to terrify away all temptation to necromancy..” This is “the most familiar kind: the sad ones, the wispy ones,” Kreef explains.

Much of the original equipment remains stowed in rooms around the five-storey high theatre.

Lanken said as TV ate away at cinema audiences in the 1960s, more movie houses looked to porn as a lucrative way of paying the bills.

Comments: My dad Jack Ledbetter worked for ITT (I think) around 1966 on the Vanguard. THE OLD PAN AM MAILROOM STILL THERE, THO LOOKING UNUSED.

On Antigua, I worked with the computer programmer Preston Mullen who piqued my interest in Computer Science and I ended up using the GI Bill to get a BS and MS in Computer Science, later working in Silicon Valley for IBM and HP. I definitely enjoyed the people and work that I was involved in with RCA, Pan Am.===============================Gary originally put this in the Guest Book on by misteak, and I'm moving it over to the Range Rat Sign-In Book where it really belongs. Shopmates included George Jones, George Alban,and many others whom I can't recall. HEY, AIN'T TOO EARLY TO BE MAKING PLANS FOR ATTENDING IRBY'S RR BASH. Comments: I was hired by RCA for the Apollo project and assigned to the Vanguard; but when RCA lost the Apollo project I was transferred to the ARIS ship USNS H. Arnold and I was on it from 1965 to 1967 when I transfer to Grand Turk. TDY duty: GBI, pad 17, Timing Shop, Twin Falls Victory, Coastal Sentry, Antigua. Discovered the Pacific Northwest when the Vandy had an extended port period in Portland, Oregon. I retired from the US Army Corps of Engineers in 2001.

“They seem to be working out some unfinished earthly business, or suffering some purgatorial purification until released from their earthly, business.