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Public investigation at the Roads Hotel...and more

Psychic Helena Zahara.
Psychic Helena Zahara.

The next public investigation of the historic Roads Hotel will be Saturday, July 19, 2014. And, with a special guest to introduce the evening….

Front exterior of the Roads Hotel.
R. Hinton

The Roads Hotel, a long standing fixture in the rural farming community of Atlanta, Indiana, has a colorful history of scattered secrets and mystery. It also retains a history of paranormal activity that appears to tie-in with those who have come and gone within its walls. It would appear that physical death is not always an end for some, and many who have passed on throughout the years are not quite ready to leave just yet and continue to take up residence within the Roads.

Psychic Helena Zahara will be doing readings before the start of the public investigation from 6:00 until 8:00 PM. Helena herself is a fixture in Indianapolis, doing readings throughout the metro area including the Inner Path and The Magic Candle, to name just a couple.

Helena is one busy lady, a speaker at various seminars and avid instructor in the art of Raks Sharki—Oriental Dance or Middle Eastern Dance.

The public investigation, beginning with an informative tour, will start at 8:00 PM and end at 4:00 AM. There will be a $30 donation per person, of which all monies will be used towards the preservation and restoration efforts of the Roads Hotel. The investigation is limited to 12 people. You can secure your spot through the Roads Hotel website or take the chance there will still be openings and pay that night at the door.

There will be a separate charge for Zahara’s readings.

Don’t wait until the last minute and gamble that there will be openings for this investigation. Ensure your participation today and make the drive to Atlanta for an evening of “interesting” discoveries.

The Roads Hotel’s address is 150 East Main Street, Atlanta, Indiana.

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