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UPDATES: We encourage you to re-visit our “Local Hauntings” tabs for some new content – a new story from the Burnaby Drive area in Keswick, new stories for Queensville (just down the road!), and a story from cottage country which, though not local, is definitely worth sharing for its creepy and spooky message. You won’t want to miss out on these stories.
This year, ONE DARK NIGHT will take place on Thursday, October 27th at 7 p.m. at The Stephen Leacock Theatre in Keswick.
We are so honoured and pleased to take part in this fabulous event once again! This year, we will not only be showcasing some of our best paranormal pics, videos and EVP’s, but we will also be holding a real-time paranormal investigative Q&A with demos of some of our investigation equipment. Have you ever been curious about what a “K2 meter” might look like? Or maybe a PSB-7 Spirit Box? Well, here’s your chance to see these things up close! You never know who may be with us in spirit! (LOL)
There is a charge for this event - $7.50, plus HST.Please contact The Stephen Leacock Theatre for tickets.
Want to join us on a Spirit Walk through uptown Keswick? Come on out on Saturday, October 29th, 2016 for the first ever Haunted Walk! 6 p.m., we will meet you on the corner of Simcoe Avenue and Metro Avenue. Brought to you by The Uptown Keswick Business Association.
Spooky stories courtesy of us at the Georgina Paranormal Society!
NEXT MEETING: Our first meeting of the new season will take place on Thursday, September 29th, 2016, at Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home in Sutton, in the reception room, from 7 to 9 p.m.
We will gather together to introduce ourselves, talk about what we do, discuss upcoming field trips and possible guest speakers, and mingle and meet others who are interested in the paranormal and local hauntings.
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?