TW: Death, Dark Themes, Language
There was a different subject planned for Episode 3 (which is now going to be Episode 4), but as our listeners will soon learn, Mother Joseph continually makes her presence known as we continue this project and steers it accordingly.
One of the patterns that keeps happening is finding unexpected familial connections to the players in this Hidden brick story, again and again. SJ/Sara learned through discussions with their husband Dave that his grandfather Billy worked in WWII at a Vancouver site that is related to the Hidden family called the Kaiser Shipyard.
A string of local tragedies linked to the industrial area began in the 1940s, and as we told you in Episode Two, SJ/Sara has a history with the marine industry and some connected local hauntings in particular. Seeing the latest family link as a sign to take a deeper look into the area, SJ went to take photos of the supposedly haunted Kaiser boatyard for the Hidden Brick page of this website.
It turned out that Dave's grandfather working there as a young man wasn't the biggest Synchronicity whopper that day, which unexpectedly led to SJ sobbing in a random neighborhood park on a Saturday afternoon.
We promise never to leave you bummed out at the end of an episode - we will end with a discussion about how the very first live tweeting of Episode 1 by our friend and MothPit Network founder Sage left us crying with laughter and led to a funny T-shirt.
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The Message from the Bricks at the St. Joseph Church.
SJ's Cursed Repaints... and why she got in trouble with MoJo.
Apparently joking about turning Andrea's broken St. Francis statue into the Dread Pirate Francis was finally just too much bullshit for Mother Joseph to deal with. What's our theory as to why this would irritate her so badly to the point she wouldn't allow us to record?
Well, it seems that MoJo did a little ritual corpse painting herself. Sara didn't realize that amusing themselves with thrift store items may have accidentally been mocking Mother Joseph's serious spiritual creations that she made.
Here's a look at some of the Blasphemous Creations (TM) Sara's created over the past couple of years and cursed their friends with. Sorry, MoJo. We promise to leave St. Francis alone, okay?
But they really would like to fix his hands.