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Wisconsin Paranormal Conference: October 25, 2003
« Thread started on: Oct 14th, 2003, 5:16pm »
Wisconsin: Home of Ghosts, Werewolves, Goblins, and Aliens?
Join Wisconsin paranormal investigators as they present their
research on Wisconsin's most bizarre paranormal activity including: ghosts, werewolves, goblins, fairies, aliens, and haunted locations you can visit. This presentation will allow the general public the opportunity to see and hear real life X-Files that have taken place in Wisconsin.
Haunted Chippewa Valley
Chad Lewis will deliver a slide presentation of his research
featuring real-life ghost cases and photos along with real haunted Wisconsin sites that you can visit! Join Chad as he unveils new and previously unknown haunted places in the Chippewa Valley. Chad had a Masters Degree in Applied Psychology and is a research specialist with the Mutual UFO Network and a member of the American Ghost Society.
Wisconsin Goblins, Ghosts & Aliens
Richard Hendricks will enthrall us with a slightly skewed look at
some of the inexplicable encounters that Wisconsin residents have had in recent years with mysterious entities! He will discuss aliens bearing gifts, monsters clawing at cars, fairies digging up the backyard, Bigfoot, hairy flying saucer pilots, vampires, and spirits threatening murder. Richard is a legal researcher and paranormal investigator. He is also the Newsline editor for the Anomalist and the creator of the Weird Wisconsin website.
Werewolves in Wisconsin
Linda Godfrey will present the results of ten years of investigative research into the mystery of the Beast of Bray Road. This story has received national attention, and Linda has made national television appearances on Inside Edition, Sightings, In Search Of (Sci-Fi), the Animal Planet, the Discovery channel, and the Travel Channel. Linda has a Bachelors Degree in Art Education and is currently pursuing a
Masters Degree in Education.
Where: The Plaza Hotel(Formerly the Ramada) Eau Claire
Near Ship Shape Car Wash
When: Saturday October 25th
Time: 6-9pm - Doors open at 5:30 pm
Cost : $7 at the door