Imploring, weeping and protesting, the traveler died without Confession.
|The Adam Livingston memorial at PriestField|
The original house where the strange events transpired is now gone. It stood in a flat, rocky field edged by a deep brook fringed by willows, on the edge of town. A woman in Middleway says if a careful search is made, the old foundation can be discovered.
|The All Souls Chapel as it stands today as part of the PriestField Pastoral center on the original Livingston property|
-The All Souls Chapel mentioned in this story, which was later built on the property in honor of all the souls in Purgatory remains until today (see photo to the left). In 1978 when a retreat center was built on the tract, aptly named PriestField Pastoral Center, it belongs to the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston.
-As explained in Part 1 of this story, the 'Mystic Voice' taught the Livingston family all about the Catholic faith, teaching them to say the Rosary and joining them in their prayers, and during this time the family received many extraordinary graces. Soon after the events began the entire family converted to the Catholic church.