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GHOSTS OF GETTYSBURG. . . AND BEYOND

Sunday, August 31, 2008
Lily Dale Assembly Hall
Lily Dale, NY

 

America's Civil War battlefields are laboratories for paranormal
investigations. Mark Nesbitt has collected over a thousand stories
that appear to show evidence of spirit entities lingering on
battlefields, as seen on The Ghosts of Gettysburg series on the
History Channel. Dr. Emmons has collected similar accounts of
hauntings in China as well as in the town of Gettysburg and on the Gettysburg College campus. Using this data, as well as photographs, videos and audio recordings, Nesbitt and Emmons will present evidence of ghosts and theories to explain them.


Charles Emmons

Charles Emmons

Author of Chinese Ghosts and ESP, and Guided by Spirit: a Journey into the Mind of the Medium. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows in the U.S. and Hong Kong, As a sociologist at Gettysburg College he investigates the way science studies or ignores paranormal phenomena such as spirit mediumship, and UFOs.


Mark Nesbitt

Mark Nesbitt

The Well Known Paranormal Investigator and author of the popular Ghosts of Gettysburgbook series , A Ghost Hunter's Field Guide: Gettysburg & Beyond,and several books on the Civil War. He also appeared in the TravelChannel's “Mysterious Journeys.” He runs the Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours in Gettysburg and the Ghosts of Fredericksburg Tours in Virginia.


Sunday, August 31, 2008
Lily Dale Assembly Hall
Lily Dale, NY
1:30 - 4:30 P.M.
Fee: $40.00

Also


PARANORMAL INVESTIGATIONS ON BATTLEFIELDS

 


How does one research a battlefield for historic information
germane to the investigation site? How does one even find a Civil
War site (they're not all national parks like Gettysburg) and how
does one get permission to investigate there? What is the proper
use of the two types of equipment, “detecting” equipment and
“recording” equipment? What does each piece of equipment do?
And finally, what is the proper way to document all the data
gathered?

With Mark Nesbitt


Sunday, August 31, 2008
Lily Dale Assembly Hall
Lily Dale, NY
7:00 - 10:00 P.M.

Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours in Gettysburg and the Ghosts of Fredericksburg Tours in Virginia.