Who is Rob Gutro, Medium/Author/Paranormal Investigator?

Rob Gutro is an author, paranormal investigator and medium with Inspired Ghost Tracking of Maryland. Since he was a child he could receive messages from ghosts or spirits (who have crossed over). As a scientist, he also provides some scientific explanations about how energy is the baseline for the afterlife and the medium that entities use to communicate. *NOTE -Rob doesn't do this full time* ** BIOGRAPHY: Rob considers himself an average guy who just happens to be able to communicate with those who passed. He is a medium on IGT, the Inspired Ghost Tracking Team of Hanover, Maryland. By trade he's a meteorologist, so he tries to explain ghosts and spirits with science. He's had the ability since he was a teenager, sketches out ghosts and get names and other information. He lived in a haunted house, too. In 2005, Rob's late puppy passed and inspired Rob to write his first book. Rob participates in private paranormal investigations, helps ghosts cross over, and has provided countless messages from people or pets as ghosts or spirits.***HIS BOOKS: Pets and the Afterlife, Pets and the Afterlife 2, Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead and Ghosts and Spirits, Ghosts of England on a Medium's Vacation, and Kindred Spirits: How a Medium Befriended a Spirit.** BEST SELLERS- Rob's books have reached "best-seller" status on Amazon.com in various paranormal categories. All are available in paperback and E-book on Amazon.com ***DOG RESCUES - Rob has volunteered with with Dachshund and Weimaraner rescues since 2008 and is a pet parent of 4 dogs, 3 Dachshunds and 1 Weimaraner. He also prefers doing fundraising lectures for dog and cat rescues! JUST ASK… Rgutro@gmail.com

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Thomas Edison and Contacting the Dead

I've been reading George Noory's book "Talking to the Dead." George is well known for being the host of the amazing and widely syndicated radio show "Coast to Coast AM." I was honored to be his guest recently and really enjoying talking with him.
 - George's book talks about the history of EVPs, and obtaining audio from ghosts and spirits. One of the things that piqued my interest was his discussion of Thomas Edison. He said that Edison said several times that he may have thought communicating with the dead was possible. At one point, Edison said "There is a doubt. I am not sure. That's the reason I am experimenting. But if I didn't believe, I wouldn't try."  Noory said that if Edison tried to work on a prototype, none was found when he died.
Thomas Edison
  Ghostvillage.com wrote an arhttp://www.ghostvillage.com/ghostcommunity/index.php?showtopic=19802ticle about Edison's communications:
  Noory's book is filled with many people who tried creating "telephones" to talk with the dead, including an inventor in Scotland who put a telephonic apparatus to the throat of mediums in order to "hear spirit voices" coming from within the medium. That invention came about in the late nineteenth century.
  Interesting stuff- and check out George Noory's book "Talking to the Dead" for more info on trying to obtain electronic recordings and EVPs.

Monday, July 23, 2012

VIDEO: Ghost at The Book Escape: Part 1 (Baltimore, 2012)

Author and developing medium Rob Gutro talks about his abilities to communicate with those who passed. Part one is a general overview of what ghosts and spirits are, and the difference between them.  -Toward the end of this 4:44 minute video, Rob talks about the happenings of the Book Escape. IN PART TWO: More Clues about ghost is that haunts the Book Escape.

**NOTE: There were some children in the audience- so the talk was toned down as not to scare them. (One thing I mentioned was that ghosts can't harm you. However, the negative energy they give off can adversely affect the emotions and tension in a household.

  Rob Gutro wrote "Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead" (MORE about the book, and to order the paperback: https://www.createspace.com/3824548)  and "Ghosts and Spirits: Insights from a Medium."  BOTH are available in paperback and E-book through Amazon.com (Ebook for Lessons at $2.99, Ebook for Ghosts at $3.99)
  Rob has been featured in the Washington Post, MSNBC, and heard on the world-wide radio program "Coast to Coast AM with George Noory," "Paravizion Radio," Ghost Chronicles Radio, Gazette Newspapers, Unknown Paranormal Radio, the Francis and Jon Show and many more.
  Author's Website/Blog/Appearances: http://ghostsandspiritsinsights.blogspot.com/

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Article to Consider - Can Dealing With Evil Spirits Kill You?

I ran across this article to consider: Bad Vibes: Can Dealing With Evil Spirits Kill You? http://whofortedblog.com/2012/07/15/bad-vibes-dealing-demonic-affect-health-kill-hurt/ 
I just learned that Ryan Buell at 30 is dealing with pancreatic cancer. He was the team lead for Penn State's "Paranormal State" television program. The article suggests that several paranormal researchers that dealt with demonic entities became extremely ill. It's something to think about. It's also a good idea to mentally shield yourself before going on investigations- picture a white light of safety around you.
My feeling is that negative energy, and depression within the person weakens someone's immune system. I have a friend in Virginia who has now battled four different types of cancer (starting over 26 years ago) and because he's optimistic and doesn't get depressed, he continues to beat physical ailments. Other people, however, who are battling depression are often sick with various things. That doesn't mean that depression causes illness. Not by any means. It means that depression and a negative attitude will weaken your immune system and make you more susceptible to an illness. - That's been proven for decades. 
I sincerely wish Ryan the best. He's an incredible guy and has inspired so many. Now he's inspiring many in his battle with pancreatic cancer. Please send him positive thoughts, and keep YOUR thoughts positive to help yourself. 

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Read the Baltimore Guide Article: Medium visits Federal Hill book shop and identifies ghostly inhabitant

Read the great article the Erik Zygmont of the Baltimore Guide wrote about my appearance at the Book Escape in Baltimore. Margaret Perry Ehrlich and Ronda Dixon of Inspired Ghost Trackers were there, too, and helped tell the story of our previous investigation. http://baltimoreguide.com/http:/baltimoreguide.com/medium-visits-federal-hill-book-shop-and-identifies-ghostly-inhabitant/


Medium visits Federal Hill book shop and identifies ghostly inhabitant

Written by on July 18, 2012 in Featured, Neighborhood News - No comments
Medium Rob Gutro relaxes among the stacks at The Book Escape, possibly home to a helpful ghost.
Meteorologist Rob Gutro, who talks to the dead in his spare time, says that the weird goings-on at Federal Hill’s The Book Escape, a used book store at 805 Light St., are indeed the activities of a ghostly resident.
Store owner Andrew Stonebarger said he experienced something very strange in the basement of the store.
“I heard a noise in one of the rooms,” he said. “The microwave had turned itself on.”
Stonebarger also described another experience:
“When you’re looking for a special book and you’re going through the shelves, once in a while the book you were looking for will just fall from the shelves,” he said. “It has happened to me once or twice, but it’s also happened to other employees.”
Gutro, an author and medium from Bowie, investigated The Book Escape with members of Inspired Ghost Tracking, a Jessup group that, as indicated by the name, tracks ghosts.
“I was able to determine the identity of the person who still lingered there,” said Gutro. “He had something do do with books per se, but I don’t know if I should give it away.”
Gutro’s latest book, Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead, reveals the true identity of the shade.
At a book signing at The Book Escape last weekend, Gutro treated visitors to the full story of the bookstore’s ghost, as well as an audio recording of the ghost telling him and the ghost trackers to “go away.”
His connections with the spirit world aside, Gutro leads a normal life.
Gutro said that he had his first encounter at 14.
“I saw my grandfather appear in front of me, six months after he died,” he said. “That’s when I knew something was going on.”
Things happened sporadically from then. Gutro’s six-month-old weimaraner puppy died tragically in front of his eyes. After that, “he started making appearances,” Gutro said.
Things really picked up when he met his partner, according to Gutro.
“I fell in love,” he said. “It made me more receptive to messages.”
While he was writing his first book, Ghosts and Spirits: Insights from a Medium, Gutro experienced the death of his father.
But he wasn’t really gone.
At the funeral, Gutro’s grieving mother was sobbing uncontrollably. She quickly reduced her tissues to wet and useless shreds.
Gutro said that his father told him, three times, “Tell her to use my handkerchief.” In their 53 years of marriage, Gutro’s mother had always refused to touch his father’s handkerchiefs, even to wash them. When Gutro finally relayed his father’s message, his mother was taken aback.
“For the first time in 53 years, my mother had one of my dad’s handkerchief’s on her,” Gutro said. “She pulled it out of her pocket.”
Formerly a radio broadcast meteorologist for the Weather Channel, Gutro continues to work as a meteorologist. Additionally, schools, museums, and social groups request him for speaking engagements on weather-related topics. He and his partner love dogs, especially weimaraners and dachshunds. He likes coffee and exercise, he said.
by Erik Zygmont

Just Interviewed by the U.K.'s Pete Price - Listen in!

I just had the pleasure of being interviewed today by the U.K.'s famous Pete Price on Radio City 96.7 | City Talk 105.9 | Magic 1548!  Pete had me on as a guest to talk about my new book "Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead." It was such a great time, and coincidentally, I took my first trip to the U.K. this year.  
 - The interview will be aired later, and can be heard here: http://radioplayer.radiocity.co.uk/
 or here: http://www.radiocity.co.uk/on-air/shows-and-presenters/pete-price/

Web: www.radiocity.co.uk | www.citytalk.fm | www.magic1548.com

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Ghosts in Another Room?

I enjoy watching the ghost hunting shows on television with my partner, who is also a certified ghost investigator on the Inspired Ghost Trackers team. One question he asked was "why are ghosts always in the next room?"
  Think about it. If you're watching "Ghost Hunters" or "Ghost Adventures" or some other ghost hunting program, usually investigators hear noises in another room.  Why do you think that is?
Haunted Hospital room. Cr: Lovethesepics.com
  I believe it has to do with the personality of the ghost. Remember that ghosts maintain the personalities they had when they were living, breathing people. Some ghosts causing activity in another room may be shy and not want to directly confront the living, yet, they want to let them know that they exist. It's like shy people who want so much  to let people know they're in a room, but are afraid to come up to someone and talk to them. So, the shy ghosts make noise in another room as a "cry for help." Usually, a ghost's cry for help means a request to help them cross into the light to join their loved ones.
  Another personality trait th may be the reason a ghost makes a noise in another room instead of in the direct presence of someone, is that the entity may enjoying playing/toying with people, and trying to scare them. People who were controlling or power hungry in life, would be controlling in death. Those kinds of people who are now earth-bound ghosts, would enjoy scaring people from a room away, making them wonder what happened in another room.
  Whatever the reason for a ghost making a noise from another room- it's all to get attention to let the living know they're dwelling in a place, and they want help crossing into the light.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

My Thanks to the Book Escape, Baltimore

I had a great time today giving 2 short talks about the ghost that haunts the Book Escape  http://www.thebookescape.com/(and he's a good-tempered ghost), and meeting some great people. The Book Escape is a used bookstore (that also sells new books and MORE) in Baltimore, Maryland's Federal Hill neighborhood, which is in  itself very historic.
   My thanks to Andrew for hosting me- and for Erik Zygmont of BaltimoreGuide.com for attending and writing an article about it. (Watch http://baltimoreguide.com/ for an article later this week).
   My thanks to Margaret and Ronda of Inspired Ghost Tracking (of which I'm a proud member) for coming up and helping out with the technical aspects of the talk, and Lisa from the group.
  Thanks to Steve for videotaping (watch for the video soon on this blog!), and Jane for the introduction to Andrew several years ago that led to the investigation and an earlier talk, too. I met other great folks like Rico, and a woman and her two children, who so nicely sat and listened. There were also others, too.
   It was a great experience, and an amazing book store, which I highly recommend. After all, I went shopping there after I finished! :)


We have a large selection of new and used books. We have over 40,000 books in storage in addition to everything that is on our shelves. All books in storage are searchable through our website here. We also have computers at both stores to search this same inventory. The books that are on our shelves are NOT inventoried, so they are NOT searchable through this website. Some books that are online are also in the store, but many of them are not, so if you are looking for something in particular, c'mon in and we'll help you find it!
They Buy Books!
Our diverse inventory is largely thanks to individuals like you. We buy clean used books in good condition for store credit or cash. Click Here for Details. We are also happy to take donations.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Is the Book Escape Haunted? Come Saturday and Learn More!

Come to The Book Escape (805 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland) this Saturday, July 14, 1-3 pm and meet paranormal author Rob Gutro who featured this local gem of a book store in his new book. Rob, a meteorologist will be answering questions and signing his latest book, Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead!
"When I investigated The Book Escape with members of Inspired Ghost Tracking in October 2010, I didn't know what I'd find," says Rob. "Not only did we get an audible message and photographic evidence, but I was able to learn the identity of the helpful ghost who still lives there." The book store investigation is described in detail in his new book, along with many other interesting experiences of the medium.  
Come prepared to do some browsing! The Book Escape is having its biggest sale of the year that same day! This Saturday only: 50% off all used books with a book pass and 25% off without a book pass.
Be sure to stop by The Book Escape this Saturday for some interesting conversation and great deals! Info:   410-504-1902, www.thebookescape.com
Margeaux Appel, intern - Main Street, Federal Hill

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Paranormal Museum Needs Your Help

There aren't many museums dedicated to the paranormal or spiritual investigations, and one of them is now in danger of closing, and needs your support. 
  The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations is a non-profit museum but is experiencing difficulties to stay open. I only know this because I was going to appear at the Museum's "Aughost Conference" on August 4 & 5, and that's been canceled for financial reasons. To Help keep the museum open, please consider a donation. It's a rare museum that informs the public about the paranormal.  (They didn't ask me for help, or know about this post, but I think its important to give the public a museum for educational purposes).
 The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations

The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations' (IMSI) core mission is to educate, preserve, and facilitate spiritual investigations history, methodology, and evidence and present this to the public in a positive, supportive and non-judgmental manner. We offer a knowledgeable staff, engaging exhibits, educational classes and introductory investigations. Through these offerings, the IMSI enhances the knowledge of the individual, the investigative skills of the community and economic vitality of our region.

IMSI Website is: www.museumofspirits.com
Located at: 231 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone #: 717-398-2026

Why is this Museum not free?
The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations is operated and managed by Jonathan Williams. IMSI is a non-profit 501(c)3 partnering, leading, and investing in the Paranormal community. A museum incurs many expenses for its operations including exhibit pieces, office costs, utilities, maintenance, janitorial services, and staffing costs. The proceeds from your admission help IMSI to cover these costs and provide new programs and exhibits at 231 Baltimore Street in Gettysburg.

Eisenhower Conference Center231 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325Phone #: 717-398-2026    www.museumofspirits.com/conference