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HISTORIC CEMETERY MEET-UP! Thursday, June 30th, 2016 8:30 PM St. George's Anglican Church, Sibbald Point, Ontario.
The Georgina Paranormal Society is going on an evening historical tour and nighttime cemetery experience -- and we would love for you to come along! This Thursday, June 30th, meet us at the entrance to St. George's Anglican Church, Sibbald Point, at 8:30 p.m. Andrew Sibbald, a descendant of early settlers and current churchwarden, will lead us on a tour of Georgina's first church property and its historic lakeside cemetery (dating from 1839), burial place of Stephen Leacock, Mazo de la Roche and resting place of settlers and land grantees. We might even be in for a great sunset over the lake! After the cemetery tour, we will enter St. George's Church, the interior of which was just restored this spring. It's an exciting opportunity to visit a heritage designated and active place of worship for this Anglican parish. After the church visit, you are invited to discover the peace and harmony of the cemetery at night first-hand.
Please remember that the cemetery and church are on sacred grounds, and respect for the surroundings is expected at all times. Also remember that there are trip hazards in the cemetery, so participation in this meet-up is at your own risk! For your safety (to avoid the dips, potholes and flat markers), moving about will be done in small groups, so be prepared to sit quietly, relax and enjoy the beautiful night air.
If you're both a history nut and wonder what a cemetery is like after dark, then this is the perfect outing for you. We would love to see you there! Bring your flashlights, cameras, walking shoes, bug spray (may not be bad with the weather so dry), a small sit-upon, questions, open eyes and open mind! St. George's Anglican Church, Sibbald Point, 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 30th! At the corner of Hedge Road and Park Road (410 Hedge).
Rain or shine!
See you there!
NEXT MEETING: TBA (GPS is having a wee break from meetings for the summer! Stay tuned for more meetups.) We will be back in September at Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, from 7 - 8:30 PM.
GPS AND WHAT WE DO
Everyone seems to be a “paranormal investigator” these days! With EMF detector in hand, flashlight at the ready, digital voice recorder on standby and video camcorder on “record”, it’s so much fun to hunt for ghosts…isn't it??
Thousands of thrill-seekers are so intrigued with investigating abandoned buildings and conducting midnight graveyard excursions. There’s something exciting about “gratuitous ghost hunting” for so many people – and the media knows it! How many people tune into weekly “ghost” shows, hoping to be privy to something scary, amazing, and astounding? Given the popularity of such shows, I’d wager thousands upon thousands…
But hunting for evidence is only one part of the bigger equation. Anyone can capture some form of evidence, but who is truly willing to help the person who is afraid to be in their home, or whose child is terrorized every night by something unseen? Who is unafraid and willing to help someone who feels alone or who doesn't know where to turn in such a situation?