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Ghosts of Greystone Beverly Hills

Clete & Chris Keith

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HELLO ALL! We have recorded 20 episodes for your listening enjoyment! “Ghosts of Greystone – Beverly Hills” documents paranormal events at the iconic Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. Hosted by Those Keith Brothers, Clete and Chris Keith, each episode is revealed through interviews of those who experienced their ghostly supernatural events! An authentic haunted “Sound of the Week,” recorded inside the walls of Greystone, is shared in each episode. The spirited truth about Greystone will no ...
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Send us a Text Message. Why should apparitions limit themselves to inside Greystone mansion? Answer: they don’t! Apparitions and black shadows wander the grounds during the day, but especially at night, showing themselves to unsuspecting people who are left shocked, bewildered, confused, and often downright frightened! Some spirits moan in pain, ot…
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Send us a Text Message. When it comes to apparitions, there is no rhyme or reason for their sudden appearance… or is there? After all, whose mansion is it? If you are there to do a job, maybe work or clean, in let’s say, the Spiral Staircase, you might have a visit from a woman in white who floats down the steps and stops directly in front of you. …
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Send us a Text Message. Apparitions are well known in the paranormal world. How they choose to reveal themselves is another story! From light anomalies, to shadows, to screams in the night, every spirit is different in their approach. But what if you are in a confined location with little room to move and you feel someone, or some-thing, over your …
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Send us a Text Message. Sometimes, just doing your job inside the mansion includes being shoved down a flight of stairs, or having an entity force its will on you by luring you to sleep with the possibility of taking over your body. There may be times when a spirit presents itself to you knowing others can’t see it. Lights illuminating even though …
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Send us a Text Message. The sounds of children playing and voices speaking in the mansion isn’t uncommon. Neither are closed and locked windows opening by themselves, and sightings of apparitions walking the Halls and Master Suites. All these personal encounters are now finally recounted in detail, down to the specifics, from what the apparitions w…
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Send us a Text Message. Throughout the history of Greystone Mansion, the one common denominator is the existence of a young girl who died tragically on the property. Over the years, many have seen her standing in the Card Room and staring straight ahead at the Grand Entry door. Peeking out at those passing by Lucy’s bedroom on the Second Floor Land…
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Send us a Text Message. The Second Floor Landing and Hallway Part 2 upholds its paranormal perception of an extremely active area. This location has the most sightings of apparitions in the entire 46,000 square foot mansion. From a little girl, to a woman said to look like Lucy Doheny, wife of Ned Doheny, wandering the hallway keeping an eye on all…
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Send us a Text Message. One of the most active locations in the entire 46,000 square feet of the mansion is the Second Floor Landing and Hallway. From black and white shadow forms to solid and transparent apparitions, these spirits are anxious to make themselves known. Poltergeist activity has been seen and heard in this location. This Second Floor…
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In our day, while biblical and theological studies certainly continue to abound, questions about the traditional Christian understanding of the atonement are not primarily focused on the question is it biblical. Nor are they focused on whether it is theologically coherent. Instead, they are driven by a concern that it may be violent, and whether th…
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Send us a Text Message. The Servants' Wing 2nd floor is extremely paranormal. Some have even commented on the feeling or vibe of the hallway as being dark or unwelcoming. From hearing voices, seeing dark shadows coming in and out of the servants' rooms, to sudden temperature changes, this location is steeped in activity. Confirmation on spirits bei…
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Send us a Text Message. The New Kitchen, Servants' Wing Staircase, and Break Room in the Servants' Wing are all in the Servants section of the mansion. This area is known for its paranormal activity, more so than nearly any other area in the house. Strange sightings of lights, ghostly children, footsteps, and objects flying off shelves. Talk to tho…
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Send us a Text Message. For the third installment of the Basement, the sudden surprising appearance of a pair of Levi’s along with an unbelievable ghostly clean-up crew! Clete reveals his own embarrassing, yet frightening paranormal experience, while Park Ranger Supervisor, Steve Clark, has a terrifying experience down at the entrance to the baseme…
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Send us a Text Message. For this segment on the Basement Part 2, the chain on the basement entrance gate is heard rattling violently, along with an apparition seen facing away in a crowded storage room. A woman is touched near the electrical panel, and the alarm to the basement goes off only to reveal something that was thought to be lost! Music In…
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Send us a Text Message. The Basement has so many paranormal experiences that we split them up into three parts! For this episode, Part 1, a frightening physical attack takes place on an unsuspecting visitor, along with poltergeist activity and spooky sounds...you know...your typical haunted basement!! Music Intro composed by Max Beers / Sam Houser …
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Send us a Text Message. The Servants' Wing on the first floor of the east wing of Greystone mansion is home to spirit apparitions who attack and enjoy some conversations and music! Rest assured, this location is alive and rife with paranormal activity! Music Intro composed by Max Beers / Sam Houser Music Outro, “Amber and Smoke,” composed by Bill R…
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Send us a Text Message. The Historic Kitchen, located on the first floor of the east wing of the mansion, has a history of voices and poltergeist activity. From guests visiting the mansion and hearing sounds of people talking, to interior designers baffled by strange, surreal paranormal events, this location will quickly gain your attention! Music …
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Send us a Text Message. The Ladies Powder Room, Formal Dining Room, and Breakfast Room off the first-floor hallway all have their share of strange activity. Bizarre physical attacks, apparitions, and sources of light energy are known to exist in these locations. The proof is told by those individuals who unexpectedly found themselves face to face w…
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Send us a Text Message. Content Warning: This podcast contains discussion of murder and suicide that may be disturbing to some audiences. An infamous murder-suicide turned what was originally known as the South Guest Room, to what is now referred to as the "Murder Room." The history of what took place on that ghastly night is discussed in depth. Di…
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Send us a Text Message. The iconic Grand Hall with its black and white checkered marble floor, highlighted in so many movies, along with the adjacent Card Room are the locations of this episode. From apparitions to poltergeist activity and attachments, listen to the actual victims of the paranormal tell their stories! Music Intro composed by Max Be…
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Send us a Text Message. The Living Room, Greystone’s largest room inside the mansion, is filled with stories of strange manifestations, voices, black shadows, and ghostly apparitions. Listen to Park Rangers and unsuspecting visitors tell their tales of the bizarre and unexplainable occurrences in this haunted location! Music Intro composed by Max B…
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Send us a Text Message. Content Warning: This podcast contains light discussion of murder and suicide that may be disturbing to some audiences. The amazing history of this storied Greystone Mansion is unveiled. Aspects of a murder/suicide and other deaths are discussed. We then enter the mansion through the Grand Entry and hear a park ranger and a …
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What if preaching is not only to be carried out with humility, but is also itself a humble form of the Word of God in power? Augustine is known mostly for his large and profound theological treatises, but how can this most influential of theologians also teach us about the urgency of humility as a mode of preaching to humble people? In today's Grey…
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What might it look like to refuse generalizations about faithful pastoral ministry and allow the people and context of actual ministerial labor to inform the measure of faithfulness? At Greystone, we make much of the ordinary sources of wisdom in God’s Word and ways. But by “ordinary” we don’t mean something less valuable or less important. In fact…
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Today’s Greystone Conversations episode is taken from Greystone’s upcoming Summer module, Domestic Violence in Theology & Pastoral Ministry—a module which, in many respects, might be among the most unexpected for a theology institute dedicated to the advancement of Reformed theology in the mode of Reformed catholicity. The unexpected topic of this …
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How might a thematic analysis of Jeremiah, particularly the theme of the faithless bride, help pastors better serve their churches? What can Christians learn about the futility and dangers of sin by studying the Book of Jeremiah, and how might this theme of the faithless bride lead us to a deeper appreciation of Jesus Christ? Jeremiah’s confrontati…
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To an extent which must be amusing to some, surprising to others, and perhaps even a bit unsettling to still others, all year long Greystone seems to be asking the question, what time is it? Is this a question the Scriptures themselves invite us to ask? From Genesis forward, including the long history of the Church since Pentecost, the people of Go…
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In today’s episode of Greystone Conversations, we conclude to our conversation regarding craftsmanship and workmanship, and consider what might account for the resurgence of interest in craftmanship and the trades. This is the final episode in our five part series. For today’s Greystone Conversations episode, Dr. Mark A. Garcia is joined by Mr. Mic…
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In today’s episode of Greystone Conversations, we return to our conversation regarding craftsmanship and workmanship, and consider the ethics of workmanship in skill, perception, and habit. This is the forth episode in our five part series. For today’s Greystone Conversations episode, Dr. Mark A. Garcia is joined by Mr. Michael Sacasas and Mr. Josh…
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In today’s episode of Greystone Conversations, we return to our conversation regarding craftsmanship and workmanship, and consider today the ends in view of such a theory of workmanship we have endeavored to express. This is the third episode in our five part series. For today’s Greystone Conversations episode, Dr. Mark A. Garcia is joined by Mr. M…
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In today’s episode of Greystone Conversations, we return to our conversation regarding craftsmanship and workmanship, and consider today the special significance of David Pye to our overall interest in this series. This is the second episode in our five part series, and today we want to consider the very definition of craftsmanship and the larger d…
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Welcome to Greystone Conversations and the first episode in this special series focused on explaining and commending an exciting new initiative at Greystone Theological Institute, which in one way is rather unique and in other ways is deeply traditional. And as you have perhaps come to expect, or at least we hope you have come to expect, the combin…
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It is trendy these days to be disruptive. Though it is a word that may seem to refer to a negative reality, “disruptive” is a word used in business, academic, and in many other contexts to refer to an upset that is needed and salutary. Is there a sense in which the concept and language of disruption may help the Church capture something important a…
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The form of the Word belongs to the meaning of the Word, and this includes its providentially ordered literary presentation. How do the Church’s ways of dividing up the Scriptures inform the way the Church has heard and read the Scriptures? We at Greystone were very pleased to speak recently with Prof. Charles (Chuck) Hill, Professor Emeritus of Ne…
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Today we reflect on death, courage, and eschatology. Death and eschatology are often connected, of course, but courage takes its shape in relation to both of them. The questions that may elucidate the relationship could be put this way: How do my occasional experiences of great loss or of major life changes help prepare me for my death? Where is co…
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What is the form and dynamic of faithful ministry and theology in a contested time? And in what ways might those with Reformed Anglican sympathies appreciate and capitalize upon the very best of that tradition without falling for Anglo-catholicism? Perhaps surprisingly, both of these questions come together in one figure: the famous Archbishop of A…
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How should we understand the psalmists who teach that God tests the kidneys and the heart? Who make much of our eyes, ears, and more, in an overtly spiritual and theological way? What is the anatomy of the soul according to the Psalms, which, it has been said, provides an organ recital of the ways of God’s relationship with people? Today’s episode …
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There is a beautiful mystery in the fact that we often think of certain novels and poems in terms of our experiences at the time we first read them. This is both appropriate and fascinating, especially when second and third readings of the same literature yield further layers of our experiences with them. We are reminded, then, that we are biograph…
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One way in which the biblical-theological work of Geerhardus Vos in the late 19th and early 20th century differed from what then and since has been called biblical theology was Vos’s commitment to the vertical dimension of history and revelation in relationship: by the vertical we mean that revelation is not limited to, exhausted by, or even primar…
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Is there a Christian reading of Proverbs, and of Proverbs 31 in particular, that is both determined by Christ and also materially relevant, even constitutive, for personal, familial, communal, and ecclesial wisdom? Is that reading coherent with Scripture as a whole in such a way as to be prompted by it? The Book of Proverbs has notoriously suffered…
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What do Reformed Christians mean today when they refer to limited atonement or particular redemption? Is it the same idea that has prevailed in the Reformed tradition historically and confessionally? Are there different Reformed ways of understanding and affirming the truth that God in Christ saves his people by his obedience and sacrifice? It is a…
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A perhaps surprising amount of Holy Scripture is presented in terms of a dialogue where the identification of the different speakers is important to proper interpretation. And yet, biblical text does not provide us the modern printing conventions we are used to for dialogues, such as naming the speaker before the speech and clearly breaking up the …
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Scripture regularly deploys the imagery of agriculture and farming to describe the nature and dynamics of human faithfulness--or the lack thereof. While many might be inclined to explain away the agrarian assumptions of biblical teaching on vocation and human meaning as mere metaphors, others might be equally tempted to confuse the biblical directi…
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If the God confessed by the Church is real, then it is not merely ill advised but an act of rebellion against that God to attempt to approach Holy Scripture in order to demonstrate that He is and has revealed himself, rather than because He is and because he has revealed himself. In other words, as Christians approaching Holy Scripture, we do not m…
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Does God sometimes unravel the ordinary recognizable form of the Church in times of great suffering, weakness, or judgment in order to re-weave her strands into a new form? Is this because the Church derives her form from the Lord Jesus Christ--the Christ of history, that is, of suffering to glory, humiliation to exaltation, obedience to life? What…
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Alongside the important place of training, encouragement, and counsel or advice, is there also a need, not only for pastors but for all thoughtful Christians, for being pastored intellectually and theologically? Much is said in our day of the great need for church planting and for evangelism, and rightly so. We do need more faithful churches throug…
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Last time, we suggested that to recover our humanity in an increasingly inhuman world, we must recover what Ivan Illich called the tools of conviviality. But this requires, at least in part, that we recognize the difference between cultural tools and modes of life which deskill and those which, increasingly, simply cultivate greater dependence. The…
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To recover our humanity in an increasingly inhuman world, we must recover tools of conviviality. So what makes a tool convivial. For Ivan Illich, tools foster conviviality to the extent to which they can be easily used by anybody as often or as seldom as desired for the accomplishment of a purpose chosen by the user. That is, convivial technologies…
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Is there an order to reality and does Holy Scripture commend that reality to us to believe now or does it only record the way the ancients saw things? From time to time in Greystone Conversations, we feature selections from full-course modules, micro-courses, and other events that we run in the Greystone context. Today we are pleased to make availa…
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Is the doctrine of the eternal generation of the Son of God evidence of the Church's departure from the simplicity and straight-forwardness of the Scriptures? Does it confirm a penchant for arid, confusing, and unhelpful metaphysical and speculative argument? Can we speak of the doctrine of eternal generation as truly biblical and, even if we may, …
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If the Church is facing a multifaceted and complex challenge in theology, hermeneutics, and liturgy, what does this challenge look like on the ground in the context of actual and continuing Church ministry? Not long ago Greystone Conversations hosted a series of conversations with Drs Mark Garcia, Garry Williams, and Robert Letham about the concern…
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