Minneapolis’ Guthrie Theater has one employee that may never clock out~!
On February 5, 1967, lonely and depressed teenager Richard Miller shot himself in the parking lot of a Sears. Apparently, one of the few bright spots in his life had been his work as an usher at the Guthrie; he was buried in his theater blazer.
Until it was torn down in 2006, those working in the theater reported seeing Miller pacing up and down aisle 18, on the catwalks, and in the Queen’s Box
At the time when it was announced that the theater was going to be torn down, for a new shopping center, Deedee and our team went to investigate the claims of Richard's ghost. Surely the images and noises that were heard by patrons were not just illusions from the movie screen -- Richard Miller was roaming theater # 3, and he did stay around aisle 18.
After connecting with his spirit we learned that he had fallen in love with a guy who was a movie buff and always sat in the same seat in aisle 18. Richard and Jeremy (the crush) would talk for hours before, and after, the movie. Richard always hoped for a date outside the theater, but no one knew that he was gay.
The "friendship" grew closer and this became the reason that Richard loved his job SO much. It was without fail, 2-3 times a week that Jeremy would come see a movie -- and no matter which theater he was in, he always sat in aisle 18 of that theater!
Richard finally felt like he was going to explode with his emotions and kissed Jeremy after a movie when they were alone in the theater. Jeremy flipped out and made a big scene and took off!! Richard was terribly upset and didn't know what to do -- Jeremy stopped coming to the theater.
A mess of emotions, and hiding his true life from friends and family, Richard felt alone... and now he was heart broken. Jeremy also told some of his friends about what happened and they began to make comments toward Richard, making his life miserable.
Richard killed himself because he felt alone -- he felt he had no one to talk with, no one who would understand, or be accepting. He was a wonderful person and his soul continued on at the theater because he felt lost with his convictions.
We were able to pull him into this vessel and utilize spirit counseling with him to showcase his worth. Now in the spirit form he realizes so much more than he did while in his human body! He is here to help anyone who is in need!! If you, or someone you know, feels alone... trapped... depressed... like an outsider... then please get this piece!
Richard will be your companion, and will showcase grand expressions of positive energy to you through your aura. He wants nothing more than for those still living to understand the worth, and importance, of their life. We all have a legacy that is placed before us at birth and Richard feels he is fulfilling his now through his death~!!
** This item has been tested and everyone has has a strong connection with Richard... he is incredible, and will soothe away the emotional damage, and pain, that you are encountering~!!