This Saturday, July 19, 2014, the Wayne County Museum in Richmond, Indiana will open its doors to those seeking answers about the paranormal and what’s involved in conducting an actual investigation.
It will also allow them to get their feet wet in a trial under fire….
The 2014 Spirit Academy & Paranormal Investigation will discuss investigative techniques that work, along with the opportunity for a hands-on with equipment used most frequently by those who delve in the mysterious realm of the unexplained on a consistent basis. “There will be chances for each person to use EMF Detectors, Digital Voice Recorders and other tools of the trade.” At the end of the instructional phase of the session an actual investigation will take place within the confines of the museum—well known for paranormal activity.
Tim Poynter of SPIRIT (Spirit Paranormal Investigative Research and Intervention Team) will act as host, moderator, instructor, whimsical story-teller and all around paranormal jack of all trades.
The Wayne County Museum, originating in the early 1930s, is a unique representation of eastern Indiana’s Wayne County and the town of Richmond positioned on the Ohio border. The museum traces the progress of history from the pioneer days to the present. It also…from the opinion of many whom have passed through its doors…houses those who have decided not to pass on after death.
There will be two sessions on Saturday night: session one is from 9:00 PM to 11:30 PM. Session two is 12:00 AM to 2:30 AM. Tickets are $25—ages 16 and older and only 50 tickets per session are available. It is a charitable event with 100% of funds raised directed back into the museum’s various programs.
Or…contact Tim through Facebook. He’ll tell you all about it.
Seize “An opportunity to learn about paranormal investigation.” And do it quickly, tickets are going fast.
The Wayne County Museum
1150 N. A. Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374
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