The HAUNTING Of with Kim Russo

In Communication, Griot, Networking, Self Improvement, TV Shows on October 30, 2015 at 10:49 am



Have you seen this show? Perhaps a better question is have you seen a ghost? If you have, the next step should probably be to call Kim.

Last weeks broadcast aired 2 episodes back-to-back that I had not seen before, starting with The Haunting Of Meatloaf and then we youthfully rested on Melody Thomas-Scott. Good stuff.

I could transcribe, but that would take all day – these were 1-hour shows each, so you’ll just have to feed on the griot and put the pieces together with your awesome imagination until LMN does re-runs. Without further ado let us do get to…

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meatloaf-the-haunting-ofMeatloaf is an interesting character – let’s just shoot that out straight.
As a child, I never understood why MTV put so much Meatloaf on my plate.

But I ate and I enjoyed the story in his songs.
I began to like him so much I shamed myself for being wrong

in judging him by his beefy exterior and I fell further in love.
His songs are quite substantial – he’s a teddy bear, I’d give him a hug.

Anywho, something happened at the studio some years back
He saw an apparition a female ghostly vision and really hasn’t gotten over that.

So he called on Kim Russo to journey with him and go back
but Meatloaf is a natural MC and his lead in the show exhibited that.

I did laugh at the number of times he took the lead and cut Kim off.
His honesty and curiosity and knowledge of self & energy – couldn’t be bought.

So Meatloaf and Kim met at and entered the studio and went back
to the day Meat and friends were residing there working on tracks.

In fact, the track that they were working is legendary, a melodic “can’t miss.”
The song was BAT OUT OF HELL and its drop was a hit!

Meatloaf was the –ish, but while that song was in utero
a ghostly girl in a white nightgown roamed the balcony to and fro.

Meatloaf, at that time in his life – was experiencing a low.
The music was his gal, under pressure he produced ‘the flow.’

There was a time when life felt dark and heavy was his strife
and that’s when dear ol’ Meat took pills and tried to take his life.

He ended up in the hospital, stomach pumped and life still on.
Wow. I’m always amazed at the troubles of great artists with great songs.

God bless.

Anywho Meat just wanted to know what the apparition was all about
and he felt there was also a male spirit roaming the house.

In fact when he and Kim entered the building Meat did share
that there was a male entity peeking down on them from upstairs.

Yes! Meatloaf said that – Kim didn’t have a chance.
Meatloaf was the lead singer and Kim was the band

on this episode.
Kim, as usual, was a gracious host.

Back to the ghosts — Kim walked Meatloaf walked room to room, going through it.
Meat felt the male spirit invokes suicidal thoughts and wanted him to ‘do it.’

But when the camera crews equipment stopped working that’s when Meat said ‘Screw it. 
The spirit is mad at me because I beat him and he couldn’t make me do it!

Kim took a backseat and let Meatloaf express himself.
I don’t think he really needed Kim, but for the sake of company – oh well.

I love them both and Meat worked through his paranormal problems.
Again, Kim was good company but he didn’t need her to solve them.

He’s a natural, and he’s okay.
He’s in a good place – having put yesterday away.

And then came the next broadcast, I’ll try to introduce it at my bestest,
It was The Haunting of with Melody Thomas Scott from the Young and the Restless.


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170644363PA044_The_40th_AnnMelody, a primary star of the Young and The Restless
experienced a paranormal strange – as she describes best.

She was about 24 and her daughter was just a cooing and cuddling infant
when a female spirit appeared — and at her daughter’s doorway did stand.

Melody was dating at the time – she didn’t have a married man.
Melody told no one & chose to ‘move out as soon as she can.’

And she did so, immediately. She admits she has never looked back.
But it’s something nagging about that day which atop her recollections has sat.

So Melody took a deep breath after much thought, as nothing is done on a whim,
and she bit the bullet – curiosity pulled it – and Melody called ol’ Kim.

Something happened in that house at another era in time
and Melody was “brought in on it” during her residing time.

Not sure of what is going on, all that Melody can recall
is an older and short woman outside of her bedroom motioning a ‘beckoning call,”

Kim received that vibe but was picking up on also,
a younger woman and an angry man — residuals of past souls.

The younger woman is filled with whoa.
Melody’s chief concern was the older woman though…

The two continued to tour the house and Kim touched Melody’s heart
when Kim said to her, “Your grandmother came through to me in the car.”

Melody bowed her head and Kim continued to read
she then described grandma down to her social misfeeds.

Grandma suffered a lot of anxiety yet Melody’s reflection has always born a smile.
Grandma told Kim that Melody was sheltered and kept home — away from others, as a child.

Melody thought that was wild, that Kim would know,
but Kim didn’t KNOW – the grandma told her so. 😀

Grandma reminded Melody of how she always made “lemonade out of lemons” with life & Melody did confir
‘that was a story not even grandma knew. No one knew that story but her.

Melody couldn’t believe Kim brought up ‘that particular phrase’, then Kim said, “Sprit does that. Spirit will show me anyway to let me say it — and then it will mean the right thing to you.”

Melody emotionally recalled this story,

“I was selling lemonade at the corner one day and a white 4-door sedan pulled up, 4 men got out and tried to kidnap me and throw me in the back of the car. I don’t know how I was able to do this, but I somehow got loose and I ran to my house and instead of calling the police, which I’m a mother now, and I think if that happened to a child, I would call the police – she [my Mother] decided, she said, “Go get in the car quick, we’re going to go and find them.” Which was such just a part of all of the weird things that she had, of course, we didn’t find them, but I would say — and I was not kidnapped, but that is a story that nobody knows about.” Not even grandma… “she knows everything now.”

Kim: And she’s of clear mind. Your grandmother keeps saying, “I’m sorry.”  She started apologizing for the lingering effects that you walk around with to this very day… [Melody breaks down in tears]

The episode then takes a turn onto the “counseling side”
Melody’s life book was open and it was open wide.

Kim in short, said, that Grandma, was sorry for the mental blur,
and Melody responded, “I want to — but I don’t know if I can forgive her.”

Because there were certain choices grandma made that were to evil and too creepy.
But she loved grandma so much that just the mere thought of her makes her weepy.

Kim then clarified that grandma’s not asking for forgiveness, shorty,
and Melody, said, oh, yeah, my bad, she said she was sorry.

I was like WOW! Grandma is something else,
then before a commercial break, it all went to hell,

and Kim said, “Wait, grandma is getting loud….”
Then we go to commercial– and I was like, “ooo child.

Back from commercial and 15-min before the hours close
We get back to grandmas spirit and Melody’s whoa’s.

They are validated whoa’s but as we gathered an understanding
grandma became defensive in her position and vibe-convey handling.

She had something to say and the message was vile,
she told Kim to ask Melody if she knew she [grandma] was molested as a child?

Melody was informed and shocked. She believed… but did not know,
and Kim concluded THAT is what started her downhill mental slope.


And so, Melody took a breath and said for long, she had wanted to know,
and she marveled at Kim for conveying the necessary info.


On with the show, they went outside to the backyard space
and Kim crept up on a social scene, with a ‘domestic disturbance face.’

She was feeling the story of a mom and her daughter – some sort of abuse.
There was a man involved in a murder. Dual.

The woman who was beckoning for Melody outside of her daughter’s door.
Is the lady who was in an abusive situation in that space in an era before.

Turns out the lady was beckoning for Melody’s help for her and her kid.
Because fate served them a double death — in real, life when she did.

In the past woman life, she ran from the abusive man and into the streets
In need of help from anybody near — the scared mom was on the seek.

But what happened in the end, Kim told us this fact,
the abusive man shot the daughter in the head and the running mother, in the back.

Get back! You say what???
That was my response, sitting in my cut.

And YES! There was a periodical confirming the story, that the broadcast ran online, see it below:



But what did this all have to do with Melody you ask?
Kim took “making the connection clear,” to task.

Melody was a new mom in the space protecting her daughter,
the spirit of a mother doing the same is the one that sought her.

And all that talk about not being able to forgive
upon examining what she learned — was extremely short-lived.

In the end, the Y&R beauty did conclude without a stall,
that she understands grandma more and then forgave all. 😀

BoOm. Bam! Detective Kim has done it again,
and the mystery unraveled family secrets about Meldoy’s kin.

Good was all that was found therein
and Melody is much lighter at her current life’s begin.

Wooo! That was a mouthful and two episodes of view,
I’m Qui
Always happy to relay it to thee. I appreciate that you keep coming through.

Child that says a lot about you.

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