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The Roads Hotel in the dog days of summer

On Saturday, June 14th, 2014, the Roads Hotel will resonate within the small rural community of Atlanta, Indiana in what promises to be a highlight event of the summer.

The poster advertising the Lost Limbs charity event at the Roads Hotel.
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The Roads Hotel, Atlanta, Indiana.
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The Lost Limbs Foundation will host a charity event that will not only bring the Roads to life, but will also serve to contribute to a cause that is near and dear to founder Mike Couch’s heart and drive.

The mission statement for Lost Limbs is—“To provide financial assistance to the families of amputee children who are in need of medical and prosthetic assistance.” Mike started the foundation after dealing with his own personal struggles after losing his right leg.

The Roads Hotel stands firmly entrenched in the history of a farming community of northern Indiana yet was encompassed in an era of mystery and secrets where the past apparently still intermingles with the present. It would appear that former occupants have chosen not to move on after death and continue to deal with the living.

Special quest will be Ghost Hunters International’s Paul Bradford who will place his own personal touch upon the interior of the building with a checkered past. Ghost Hunters International, a spin-off series of Ghost Hunters, ran three seasons, with Paul on board as equipment specialist when the final curtain call materialized in April of 2012. Paul continues paranormal investigating, presently running his own team in Arizona. And he is quite the equipment hound!

The June 14th event at the Roads Hotel begins at 4:00 PM with an investigation to follow for VIP and Platinum ticket purchases. General admission includes Paul’s lecture followed by a meet & greet.

The Roads Hotel also provides investigative opportunities for teams desiring to delve a little deeper into the hotel’s mysteries. It has hosted Murder Mystery overnights in the recent past for those desiring a different sort of experience. There will be more events coming in the future.

Saturday, June 14, 2014—put it on your calendar and prepare to spend an interesting evening with the proceeds going towards a vital cause!

For ticket info: http://www.lostlimbsfoundation.org/events.asp