Lisa’s Music Critique is a Ghost

Lisa's Music Critique is a Ghost
Photo by Michel Catalisano on Unsplash

Lisa’s Music Critique is a Ghost and has just recently started to critique her playing.

The ghost does it by clapping if it approves, and staying quite if it disapproves.

She didn’t know she had a ghost until one night she was playing.

She had just stopped playing and someone started clapping from another room, but she was alone in her home.

Lisa doesn’t have anyone living with her. So it kind of frightened her so she called the police. They came to her house and did a search but no one was there besides herself.

She has been a professional concert musician for many years playing classical music. Lisa plays the violin in the New York Philharmonic, in New York City.

Lisa’s Music Critique is a Ghost

Lisa's Music Critique is a Ghost
Photo by Aaron Mello on Unsplash


Lisa was being brave about the whole thing mainly because she didn’t know why a ghost was in her house.

She decided that if she was going to have to live with him she was going to find out who he was. So she headed to city hall to look up the previous owners and see who she was dealing with.

She found that a man by the first name of Adomus lived there until he died. He was a violinist, widely considered to be one of the finest of modern times.

Born in Vilnius, now Lithuania, he moved as a teenager to the United States, where his Carnegie Hall debut was rapturously received.

The New York Times called him “perhaps the greatest violinist of all time.” This must be the ghost, it would be too coincidental to be otherwise.

Adomus was a very successful violinist until an injury to his “bowing” arm resulted in him becoming a teacher, he passed away 1987 at the age of 86.

Lisa’s Music Critique is a Ghost is famous

Now she was very interested in trying to communicate with Adomus the ghost. She read about a device that is called a spirit box.

It can capture words that ghost say. It is almost like having a talk with them live. Now she just needed to find someone that could come and use it.

I’m sure there are a few ghost hunters around the Big Apple.





Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *