Friday, October 8, 2021

Empty House Tennessee By Sassygrrl32

 
This appears to be an empty modular home.
 
A little about me: I've been photographing places that are allegedly haunted and abandoned places since 2009. I developed an interest in hauntings back in 2007. I'm not a ghosthunter, I consider myself a legend hunter, urban explorer and amateur photographer.
Along the same vein I also have an avid interest in the occult, astrology, numerology, tarot, psychics and the paranormal. In many ways they go hand in hand.
Against my original wishes I decided to combine two blogs(the other being Divine Mystick which I've tried working on a few times but never have enough time) into this one. My interest centers on hauntings as well as the occult so there's no reason not to combine the two.
My photography here includes many different things, mostly old, abandoned houses but also haunted jewelry and dolls, old rusty cars and places of rural decay. My articles center around hauntings(haunted places) and anything having to do with paganism, religion, spirituality, witchcraft, magick, parallel dimensions, past lives, negative energy and entities and the occult. I offer positive reinforcement from time to time. I also delve into demonology and satanism a bit. I add one layer and that is the mystical science of astronomy.

Visit my other blogs at http://life990.blogspot.com, http://diary505.blogspot.com, http://shop2010.blogspot.com and http://sassygrrl32.blogspot.com for random photography.

You can read my articles at http://sassygrrl32.hubpages.com

 P.S. This blog/videos also concentrate heavily on living in a car, road tripping, boondocking, van/rv life, camping, etc. I don't live in my car but I'm in my car alot due to work and I like to travel, camp, explore, find haunted, abandoned, historical places, hiking trails, national/state parks, solo picnic, bird watch, be in nature, museums, classic car shows, shop, antique stores, new restaurants/food, spooky/creepy places, animals, wildlife, meeting new people, music, live bands, dancing, writing, reading, podcasts, geocaching, exercise, meditation, walking, bicycling, interesting things. I hate hotels especially now with covid, not that I don't stay in motels but would rather be in a campground. I like photography and now creating video. I don't know why I didn't start sooner. I like to write and absolutely love creepy story podcasts such as Darkness Prevails. I also follow several youtubers who live in cars, vans, rv's, SUV's, etc. I have a couple of favorite groups on Facebook that follow RV, Van, Car Living and camping. There are alot of good ideas. I also follow Bob Wells, the ultimate nomad. My interests are pretty much the same as a few years ago but I've added a few. As for work, I work with my uncle and his business partners who are real estate investors. My job is meeting with potential sellers, I scout for new properties, I rehab some of the properties. I have several online and other ventures to supplement income such as doordash, uber eats, postmates, instacart, mystery shopping, ebay, affiliate programs(my favorites are Amazon and commission junction), surveys(occasionally), inboxdollars, the stock market, blogging(mostly hobby) and a few new ones such as Swagbucks, eJury, Online Verdict, search engine evaluator, rentafriend, online transcription, diversyfund, gaming and a couple of others I intend on trying but as you can see I have several side hustles going on. Honestly, I can't handle much more than mystery shopping, selling online and the affiliate programs but I'm always on the lookout to try something new and what I'm already doing takes alot of time and I will scale it down to the most lucrative but nothing beats sitting in a subway, Starbucks or McDonald's all day working on my iPad. So there you have it. I have many hobbies, interests and mini side hustles including a regular job. I have very little time to be home and many of the investment properties are farther than an yours drive and there are times when I'm too tired to drive an hour.

I'm also looking at vacant land to purchase for possibly a tiny home/RV setup maybe a mobile home and have put my own seasonal house on the market for investment as it needs alot of work.

In addition to all of this I live on a boat in the Outer Banks of NC. Recently, my landlord renovated the entire interior but it developed engine issues that has kept it at the repair shop longer than I'm comfortable with. Fortunately, I haven't had to pay rent. He(my landlord) is considering docking a nonmotorized tugboat for me to live on in the interim.

I will add that I'm active on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Tumblr, WordPress and Blogger. 

See my videos at http://youtube.com/sassygrrl32, my haunted blog at http://haunted505.blogspot.com, my cat blog at http://professorpoopenstein.wordpress.com, http://sassygrrl32.tumblr.com

My social media profiles are: elajoy1@facebook, elajoy1@instagram, sassygrrl32@twitter, sassygrrl32@pinterest

God Bless!!!! Peace!!!!

#carcamping #roadtripping #boondocking #carlife #nomadlifestyle #vanlife #rvlife #boating #boatlife #travelingnomad #hobo #livingoffgrid #livinginacar #carling #cardwelling #vandwelling #thenewnormal #creator #blogger


All About Me, My Lifestyle & What's Going On Now~Sassygrrl32

 P.S. This blog/videos also concentrate heavily on living in a car, road tripping, boondocking, van/rv life, camping, etc. I don't live in my car but I'm in my car alot due to work and I like to travel, camp, explore, find haunted, abandoned, historical places, hiking trails, national/state parks, solo picnic, bird watch, be in nature, museums, classic car shows, shop, antique stores, new restaurants/food, spooky/creepy places, animals, wildlife, meeting new people, music, live bands, dancing, writing, reading, podcasts, geocaching, exercise, meditation, walking, bicycling, interesting things. I hate hotels especially now with covid, not that I don't stay in motels but would rather be in a campground. I like photography and now creating video. I don't know why I didn't start sooner. I like to write and absolutely love creepy story podcasts such as Darkness Prevails. I also follow several youtubers who live in cars, vans, rv's, SUV's, etc. I have a couple of favorite groups on Facebook that follow RV, Van, Car Living and camping. There are alot of good ideas. I also follow Bob Wells, the ultimate nomad. My interests are pretty much the same as a few years ago but I've added a few. As for work, I work with my uncle and his business partners who are real estate investors. My job is meeting with potential sellers, I scout for new properties, I rehab some of the properties. I have several online and other ventures to supplement income such as doordash, uber eats, postmates, instacart, mystery shopping, ebay, affiliate programs(my favorites are Amazon and commission junction), surveys(occasionally), inboxdollars, the stock market, blogging(mostly hobby) and a few new ones such as Swagbucks, eJury, Online Verdict, search engine evaluator, rentafriend, online transcription, diversyfund, gaming and a couple of others I intend on trying but as you can see I have several side hustles going on. Honestly, I can't handle much more than mystery shopping, selling online and the affiliate programs but I'm always on the lookout to try something new and what I'm already doing takes alot of time and I will scale it down to the most lucrative but nothing beats sitting in a subway, Starbucks or McDonald's all day working on my iPad. So there you have it. I have many hobbies, interests and mini side hustles including a regular job. I have very little time to be home and many of the investment properties are farther than an yours drive and there are times when I'm too tired to drive an hour.

I'm also looking at vacant land to purchase for possibly a tiny home/RV setup maybe a mobile home and have put my own seasonal house on the market for investment as it needs alot of work.

In addition to all of this I live on a boat in the Outer Banks of NC. Recently, my landlord renovated the entire interior but it developed engine issues that has kept it at the repair shop longer than I'm comfortable with. Fortunately, I haven't had to pay rent. He(my landlord) is considering docking a nonmotorized tugboat for me to live on in the interim.

I will add that I'm active on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Tumblr, WordPress and Blogger. 

See my videos at http://youtube.com/sassygrrl32, my haunted blog at http://haunted505.blogspot.com, my cat blog at http://professorpoopenstein.wordpress.com, http://sassygrrl32.tumblr.com

My social media profiles are: elajoy1@facebook, elajoy1@instagram, sassygrrl32@twitter, sassygrrl32@pinterest

God Bless!!!! Peace!!!!

#carcamping #roadtripping #boondocking #carlife #nomadlifestyle #vanlife #rvlife #boating #boatlife #travelingnomad #hobo #livingoffgrid #livinginacar #carling #cardwelling #vandwelling #thenewnormal #creator #blogger

Short Video In Wyoming-Talking About Social Media~Car Life


 See my videos at http://youtube.com/sassygrrl32, my haunted blog at http://haunted505.blogspot.com, my cat blog at http://professorpoopenstein.wordpress.com, http://sassygrrl32.tumblr.com

Okay, it turns out that you can't post video from the blogger app. You can only post from a web browser. You can post images but not video. I thought using the app would make things simpler. Well apparently not. I know this blog is supposed to be about haunted stuff and I promise I will do some video from haunted places I've visited but for now this is more of a travel blog and living on the road.

The other thing I'm not able to do in the app is paste. I had written some content on tumblr that I was going to share here but couldn't paste it from the app. I started in the app and came here to the chrome browser. The other thing is posting short videos to my blogs will take more time than I like, not that I won't post but maybe less and I'm going to highlight my youtube videos as well. This short clip is a preview of a video not yet posted on YouTube. Overall, for social media I prefer Facebook. I like Instagram but it doesn't allow links. Twitter is a good one for links but takes forever to upload a short video of 35 seconds. Didn't take long on tumblr but I view tumblr as more of a social media platform than blogging. I like it here too but wish I could use the app which I can for some content.

I also have alot of old content to republish that I took down when moving to a new venue which I finally got rid of. I also use WordPress. Haven't used the app yet so don't know how it will work.

One funny thing to share: Misha Collins from Supernatural(Castiel) was on Instagram complaining that no one recognized him in the Apple store due to masking. I got a good laugh but on a serious note he is all for vaccination against covid as I am so I won't laugh too hard at the video. Some celebrities are probably glad no one recognizes them. On that note I'll say I hope everyone has a good week, God Bless!!! Peace!!!!

P.S. This blog/videos also concentrate heavily on living in a car, road tripping, boondocking, van/rv life, camping, etc. I don't live in my car but I'm in my car alot due to work and I like to travel, camp, explore, find haunted, abandoned, historical places, hiking trails, national/state parks, solo picnic, bird watch, be in nature, museums, classic car shows, shop, antique stores, new restaurants/food, spooky/creepy places, animals, wildlife, meeting new people, music, live bands, dancing, writing, reading, podcasts, geocaching, exercise, meditation, walking, bicycling, interesting things. I hate hotels especially now with covid, not that I don't stay in motels but would rather be in a campground. I like photography and now creating video. I don't know why I didn't start sooner. I like to write and absolutely love creepy story podcasts such as Darkness Prevails. I also follow several youtubers who live in cars, vans, rv's, SUV's, etc. I have a couple of favorite groups on Facebook that follow RV, Van, Car Living and camping. There are alot of good ideas. I also follow Bob Wells, the ultimate nomad. My interests are pretty much the same as a few years ago but I've added a few. As for work, I work with my uncle and his business partners who are real estate investors. My job is meeting with potential sellers, I scout for new properties, I rehab some of the properties. I have several online and other ventures to supplement income such as doordash, uber eats, postmates, instacart, mystery shopping, ebay, affiliate programs(my favorites are Amazon and commission junction), surveys(occasionally), inboxdollars, the stock market, blogging(mostly hobby) and a few new ones such as Swagbucks, eJury, Online Verdict, search engine evaluator, rentafriend, online transcription, diversyfund, gaming and a couple of others I intend on trying but as you can see I have several side hustles going on. Honestly, I can't handle much more than mystery shopping, selling online and the affiliate programs but I'm always on the lookout to try something new and what I'm already doing takes alot of time and I will scale it down to the most lucrative but nothing beats sitting in a subway, Starbucks or McDonald's all day working on my iPad. So there you have it. I have many hobbies, interests and mini side hustles including a regular job. I have very little time to be home and many of the investment properties are farther than an yours drive and there are times when I'm too tired to drive an hour.

I'm also looking at vacant land to purchase for possibly a tiny home/RV setup maybe a mobile home and have put my own seasonal house on the market for investment as it needs alot of work.

In addition to all of this I live on a boat in the Outer Banks of NC. Recently, my landlord renovated the entire interior but it developed engine issues that has kept it at the repair shop longer than I'm comfortable with. Fortunately, I haven't had to pay rent. He(my landlord) is considering docking a nonmotorized tugboat for me to live on in the interim.

I will add that I'm active on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Tumblr, WordPress and Blogger. 

See my videos at http://youtube.com/sassygrrl32, my haunted blog at http://haunted505.blogspot.com, my cat blog at http://professorpoopenstein.wordpress.com, http://sassygrrl32.tumblr.com

My social media profiles are: elajoy1@facebook, elajoy1@instagram, sassygrrl32@twitter, sassygrrl32@pinterest

God Bless!!!! Peace!!!!

carcamping #roadtripping #boondocking #carlife #nomadlifestyle #vanlife #rvlife #boating #boatlife #travelingnomad #hobo #livingoffgrid #livinginacar #carling #cardwelling #vandwelling #thenewnormal #creator #blogger

Monday, October 4, 2021

Hello And Welcome By Sassygrrl32-Change Of Pace

I hardly ever post here but am trying to get back into it. I mostly vlog now but I have so many drafted posts and I also want to visit some of these places and do video. One of the missions for this blog is to add short preview videos. It takes awhile to upload to YouTube so everywhere else will be roughly one minute previews. Instagram automatically cuts them to one minute. I have to cut it to 45 seconds for twitter. 

My youtube channel is http://youtube.com/sassygrrl32

You can follow me on Facebook and Twitter, username elajoy1. Instagram is sassygrrl32.

#carcamping #roadtripping #boondocking #nomadlifestyle #livinginacar #carlife #hauntedplaces

Friday, May 14, 2021

Historic Liberty Hill-Haunted, Paranormal??? You Decide-Car Life & Camping

 As you can see I haven’t posted anything relevant in awhile and I have many posts that I took down when I was transferring blogs. I’m back now but haven’t kept up. Rather, I’m concentrating on YouTube videos. This is video follow up to a post I did about a strange experience while driving through there. I went back and did video as as took more photos. I didn’t experience anything strange on my second and third visits but the first one has really stuck with me.

While most of my YouTube videos are not about haunted places a few are and I intend to visit some of the early places I blogged about and do video this time. Ten years ago video wasn’t very popular, not like today.

Here is a link to the video......



Hope you enjoy!!!!

#carcamping #roadtripping #boondocking #nomadlifestyle #vanlife #rvliving #haunted #paranormal

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Living In A Car-Legal Downsides

 

I posted about this in another post underneath but I’m now combining everything into one blog. Some of my haunted stuff will be in videos on YouTube as well. 

In this video I talk about the legal downsides of living in a car and how you can be charged criminally when you use a false address or one you no longer live at. There are bloggers/youtubers out there like Bob Wells who post on their blogs that this is a perfectly acceptable practice. Of course they can write whatever they please but one shouldn’t take what these bloggers/bloggers say as gospel. If you have any doubts about the validity of what any one says you should consult a qualified attorney.

I’ve shared my thoughts on this matter knowing from personal experience from that of a friend who did exactly what Bob Wells suggested and was charged with a felony. Now she has trouble finding a job. Most jobs don’t want felons even if it’s pending. She could lose her drivers license, get probation, pay steep fines, even go to prison. Most ignore me thinking I don’t know what I’m talking about. Well, I do. I may not be an attorney or even a paralegal but I do know what I’m talking about.

I was motivated to do this video because of all the misinformation out there. After I got started I kind of like doing videos and have since done other videos some of which I will put on my other blog which is at 5Ve and showcases my photography of haunted and abandoned places. For awhile I had a paid Wordpress blog but have since given that up.

On that note I will say Bob Wells does have very useful information on his blog and YouTube channel and on occasion do read/listen to his channel/blog. It is imperative you think for yourself and call an attorney if you have questions about legal addressing. People like Bob Wells aren’t going to do your time for you. Also to be clear, Mr. Wells lives in Nevada and in his state he only needs to live at a campground for 30 days. In South Dakota it’s one night. It’s legal in those states but in most others it’s not. You need an actual physical residence. If you don’t like those rules/laws then you need to move to South Dakota/Nevada. In my video I recommended using a family member/friend but have since revised that idea because you’re still lying and putting them in a position of lying as well and most people won’t lie for someone when they too could face criminal charges. If you want/need to live in a vehicle do it on your own and move to an easy state like Nevada or don’t do it. If you havet no choice then you can follow Bob Wells advice at your own peril. He does not elaborate in his post about how to get the documentation needed for a false address. The only way to do that is to move to the actual residence. 

I’m restarting this blog to point to my videos and hope you enjoy. I’m continually adding new videos. Sassygrrl32



Sunday, January 10, 2021

Legal Downsides Of Living In A Car

 I posted a video on YouTube to discuss this hot button question. Granted, not the best video because I’m just getting started on this whole video process with me in front of the camera. As stated in an earlier post, I’m just getting back into blogging after being off for a very long time. I don’t want to variate too much from the original content. Here’s the link to the video: My YouTube Video Here goes:

In a nutshell, is it legal to live in a car? Well, many jurisdictions prohibit sleeping in it so if it’s illegal to sleep in it you can bet it's not legal to live in it. I did a little research and found out a couple of things I was unaware of. I think everyone knows it' not legal to live/sleep in your car in Florida but what I didn't know was that it's also illegal or very restrictive in Georgia, North and South Carolina and Tennessee. I've also heard it's very restrictive in certain parts of Arizona and in Oklahoma there's actually a vagrancy law that can get you cited for sleeping in your car.

That said, there's not much I can add to the whole living/sleeping in your car dilemma. There's quite a few articles already written on the subject.

In case you're wondering, no, I don't live in my car. I do like to travel however and I've been traveling for 12 years now. Sometimes I only stay away from home for a day or so, sometimes a few weeks/months. It all depends on how far away from home I travel. I call a boat home and have access to my landlord's house in inclement weather, to do laundry, get online and use the kitchen if I desire. The boat has a galley, marine toilet, sleeping cabin, etc. It's a liveaboard boat. But the tanks must be emptied so if I can use the landlord's bathroom, kitchen, etc. I'm going to take advantage of that.

The reason I did the video, other than the fact everyone else seems to be making videos on something and I thought it might be fun is because all of these people making videos about living in their vehicles could potentially open themselves up to a host of criminal charges. I know from personal experience, law enforcement doesn't need proof, all they need is someone out to expose you for not being at your residence for 365 days out of the year and someone willing to agree to testify that you aren't at your home all year to get the ball rolling. Or some vengeful person willing to lie. In these van dwellers cases(provided they don't have homes or family, friends willing to vouch for them) they are in violation of the law. That law being the DMV law that when you renew your driver's license if you tell or allow the representative to believe you're still at an address you're no longer at, you are guilty of a crime. Law enforcement can charge you with a felony or a misdemeanor at the least. You can also be charged for reregistering your vehicle at an address you don't live at. The bottom line is if you lose your place to live and don't find another place to live and you don't update the DMV with your new address or give up your driver license if you don't have a place to live you could be charged with a felony. The felony of obtaining property by false pretenses.

If you happen to be homeless and living in your car it's a hard pill to swallow to know that you could find yourself on the wrong end of the law. Unfortunately, I don't make the laws. If I did, those laws would be abolished. By Sassygrrl32