The paranormal used to be a subject that people laughed at, sometimes out of fear, sometimes because so much of it was fake. MTV presented a show called FEAR. The show would dare MTV aged kids to complete bizarre tasks meant to scare them, and or get results to catch ghosts on camera.
Duluth Paranormal Society has been in the news lately, finally getting into Nopeming and investigating the William A. Irvin again. Right now you can meet up with DPS at the Irvin, showing of evidence of Nopeming and the Stanley Hotel.
Celebrate the spookiness that comes with Halloween by learning about the scariest places right in your backyard. Paranormal author Chad Lewis will give a presentation at the Superior Public Library this Saturday at noon. It's free and open to the public.
The Duluth Paranormal Society released a statement on their facebook page that they will be making appearances at the William A. Irvin Haunted Ship Tours to show and preview evidence from their trip inside Nopeming. After the botched investigation by the TV show Ghost Adventures, Duluth Paranormal was granted special permission to go inside and document anything they found.
We waited in anticipation all week for the episode that would feature the Nopeming Sanatorium right in our back door. Saturday night the episode aired, and many people locally tuned in. Here's a few thoughts about the show.
Thomas Edison believed in ghosts, he once did an interview talking about something he was working on an apparatus he called it, that could contact people who passed on. He wanted proof of the afterlife. .
This month's 'Lunch With The History People' takes place this evening at a special time, because who wants to hear ghost stories in the middle of the day? Tonight from 6pm - 7:30pm inside the Great Hall, at the Depot in Duluth, you can hear some amazing tales from the Minnesota Paranormal Study Group.
I watch ghost and paranormal shows all the time. I have had my own experiences with ghosts and paranormal activity. I won't go into the story, it will take too long. I do want to share this story with you. A survey was taken of Americans and 90% said they believe in ghosts and paranormal activity.
Jack Froese died in November of 2011 from heart arrhythmia. Months after he had passed away, his close friend Tim received an e-mail that was short and quick, but only Jack and Time would know about the context.
Check out the other stories. It will give you goosebumps.
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