<head> Jeffrey Stanley's BONEYARDS


Thanks so much for the support and interest, everyone.  It was a thrill doing so many performances in Philadelphia and New York City and getting such unexpected interest ranging from the Washington Post to Coast to Coast AM.    My show is, alas, defunct for now.  I believe it's run its course but you never know. I remain fascinated by the subject matter and my own experiences as retold in this autobiographical solo performance, and I'm especially haunted by the occurrences during the seances that audiences and I shared at the end of each show.  If Boneyards reboots you'll be the first to know.  Yours, Jeff

"I try contacting the spirit world before live audiences to keep an element of hope simmering on the back burner of my mind."  -   Jeffrey Stanley,  The Washington Post

"In the Tibetan Book of the Dead, when we die we go to a place called the Bardo where we stay until the next incarnation. Sometimes a spirit can get stuck there in a state of morbid self-obsession afraid to move forward.
It jibes very well with what the spirits themselves have communicated to my audiences and me during the shows."  -   Jeffrey Stanley,  Coast to Coast AM With George Noory


  



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