Monday, September 28, 2009
It's that haunted month of the year and Paranormal Inc has a lot going on! If you've been following the production of our film Ghosts of War, you know that the movie is currently in post-production and preparing for a Fall/Winter release. With any luck (and a lot of hard work) we may be able to squeeze in a screening or two in October--but, most likely, it will have to be November. But, hey, we want a quality film release--and you want to watch a quality movie, right?
So, what do we have going on? How about a haunted trip to the infamous Woodruff Fontaine House in Memphis, TN on October 30th? That night is a Friday--and, of course, the day before Halloween--so you've got to come out and support this event. Paranormal Inc, along with the staff of the house, will be offering three haunted tours of the premises (7pm, 8pm and 9pm).
Each tour will kick off with a presentation of the evidence and first-hand accounts of the paranormal activity that happened at this house during our investigation there. The tour will then travel throughout the house to see the exhibitions on display, as well as visit the hot spots where the ghostly tales have taken place over the years. Guests of the tour will be able to wrap the evening up in the Woodruff Fontaine carriage house where there will be $5 appetizer plates offered (includes a free glass of wine!). The tour itself is only $10, so don't miss out on this chance to visit one of Memphis' most notorious haunted locations. All proceeds go to the renovations and upkeep of the house, so you will also be contributing to a very good cause.
Paranormal Inc will also be offering another ghost hunting class at the University of Memphis the week before Halloween (Oct 23 and 24). You can visit their website to enroll for the class. In addition to learning the basics of conducting a successful ghost hunt, the class will get to visit one of Memphis' oldest haunted locations: Brister Library. Students of the course will get to preview new innovations in the field of ghost hunting, as well as learn how to properly use the standard equipment used throughout the field. The class is only $69 and will leave you able and willing to start your own paranormal group, as well as get your first case.
Lastly, Paranormal Inc will be visiting one of Missouri's most obscure haunted locations: The Minton House in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Known for eerie tales of haunted tunnels beneath the home (a location where slaves were hidden in route north to escape slavery), as well as the spirits of the home's former inhabitants (the house was used as the operations of a pro-Union newspaper during the Civil War), this location should prove an interesting addition to the stories already being told in the movie Ghosts of War. With any luck, and some quality investigating, we hope to get good evidence of this haunting so we can feature it as an 'Extra' on the Ghosts of War DVD.
Stay tuned to this website for more future events and happenings from Paranormal Inc. If you have a suggestion for us, or are interested in being involved, drop us a line at email@example.com.
Posted by Rich Newman at 9:31 AM