Monday, June 15, 2009

Learn Ghost Hunting with P.I. at U of M


Join Paranormal Inc's Rich Newman for a Ghost Hunting class at the University of Memphis. Here are the details from the university's webpage:

You've seen them on TV; now enter their world. Learn how to find, explore, and investigate haunted locations with the equipment used by famous paranormal investigators. We'll talk about techniques they use to gather audio, video, and photographic evidence in the field with specific focus on EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena), infrared video, and full-spectrum photos. We'll also cover how to create and manage your own paranormal group, including setting up your first investigation. Open to high school students. Class will meet July 17 (7-9pm), July 18 (9am-12pm), and July 19 (9am-12pm).

In addition to getting eight hours of personal instruction, using cutting-edge ghost hunting technology, we will even be visiting a haunted location on the university campus--an area usually off-limits to ghost hunters. The class will also get to review actual case files from Paranormal Inc, as well as evidence gathered at those cases.

If you're interested in signing up for the class, just visit the University of Memphis' Professional & Continuing Education webpage and sign up. Here is the direct link for the class. You do not have to be a current U of M student--the class is open to everyone, including high school students.

If you have questions about the class, or need more info about enrollment, etc., contact me at info@paranormalincorporated.com.

Posted by Rich Newman