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Halloween Event – A Visit with the Other Side & GhostWalk

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 13, 2004

Have you ever wondered what messages your loved ones would pass on from the other side? Join us on All Hallow?s Eve, the night of the year when the veil between the spirit world and our world is the thinnst, and connect with the other side. Fell’s Point Ghost Tours and renowned medium, Barb Mallon, present a 1-hour walking ghost tour of the neighborhood followed by 1-1/2 hour mediumship demonstration and Q & A period.

First, meet the ghosts of Fell?s Point on The Original Fell’s Point GhostWalk. The tour covers the ghosts of many of the beloved neighborhood taverns, highlights the well hidden Fell-Bond cemetery and points out some of the more ‘spirited’ residences.

Then retire to the Mobtown Lounge in Max’s on Broadway to make contact with some more familiar spirits. Much like the show Crossing Over with John Edward, Barb Mallon will reach out to the spirit realm and relay messages to participants from loved ones using her natural talents. Not all audience members will be addressed, but everyone will enjoy Barb’s lecture on psychic abilities and question and answer period after the reading.

For tickets go online to http://www.fellspointghost.com. If you are unable to purchase tickets online, please call 410-963-9370. The group will meet at Max?s Sidebar, 731 S. Broadway prior to the tour.

There are a limited number of private readings with Barb Mallon available prior to the event. For more information, contact 410-963-9370 or info@fellspointghost.com

The Original Fell’s Point GhostWalk was named ‘Best Tour’ by the Baltimore City Paper for 2002 and 2003 and ranked the #2 ghost tour nationwide by DigitalCity.com in 2003.

Barb Mallon is a Certified Psychic® with the American Association of Professional Psychics, Inc. (AAPP), and a member of American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomena (AAEVP). She has written numerous articles about the afterlife which have been featured on prominent paranormal websites.

A Visit with the Other Side & GhostWalk

Sunday, October 31st, Baltimore, Maryland.

GhostWalk, 4:00 pm ? 5:00 pm

Mediumship Demonstration and Q&A Period, 5:00 pm ? 6:30 pm

$ 30/per person

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Lehigh Valley Thrills and Chills with Paranormal Promotion

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa (PRWEB) September 28, 2011

Just in time for Halloween, Discover Lehigh Valley is highlighting all things that go bump in the night with its “Stay & Investigate” overnight travel packages.

The region’s destination marketing organization has partnered with hotels, highly “active” sites and the paranormal investigator group P.H.E.A.R. (Paranormal Help Experiment & Activity Research) to give both ghost enthusiasts and skeptics an opportunity to investigate the historic haunts in Lehigh Valley year-round. True-life horror stories and paranormal activity can be found at Buckeye Tavern (Macungie), the Museum of Indian Culture (Allentown), Wydnor Hall Inn (Bethlehem), 1758 Sun Inn (Bethlehem) and more. A complete list of Stay & Investigate travel packages and ghost stories can be found at http://www.LehighValleyHaunt.com.

Lehigh Valley is home to a rich history that dates back to before America was even a nation,” said Michael Stershic, President of Discover Lehigh Valley. “We have centuries-old locations that are just waiting to be explored by anyone looking for a heart-pounding, ghost hunting adventure.”

For example, at Buckeye Tavern people have reported strange noises reverberating through the walls and the smell of frying bacon from the basement. The source of these occurrences has been linked to either a small girl who passed away there or an older gentleman who can be sensed throughout the premises. Listen to an Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) captured by P.H.E.A.R. at the Buckeye Tavern here:


The Museum of Indian Culture is no stranger to spooky occurrences. Loud footsteps can be heard walking down the halls and stomping in the lounge doorway. Visitors have seen doors swinging back and forth and have also felt that they were being constantly watched. Listen to an EVP captured by P.H.E.A.R. at the Museum of Indian Culture here:


Haunted by the apparition of a girl thought to have drowned in nearby Black Creek River, Wyndor Hall Inn has had reports of a ghost passing through its walls. A ghost has also been seen smoking a pipe in front of the fireplace. Listen to an EVP captured by P.H.E.A.R. at Wyndor Hall Inn here:


The 1758 Sun Inn, notable for housing forefathers such as George Washington and John Adams, is filled with unexplainable apparitions. Orbs have been seen floating through the air and spirits have been spotted peering through windows. Listen to an EVP captured at the 1758 Sun Inn here:


For more information on Stay & Investigate overnight travel packages, and to enter your name for a chance to win a free haunted getaway, visit http://www.LehighValleyHaunt.com. A 60-second Stay & Investigate video can be viewed and shared HERE.

The Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania is located about one hour north of Philadelphia and less than two hours west of New York City. It is home to the three cities of Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton.

About Discover Lehigh Valley

Discover Lehigh Valley is the designated destination marketing organization of Lehigh and Northampton counties. Its mission is to promote and develop Lehigh Valley as a leisure and business travel destination. Created in 1984, Discover Lehigh Valley assists in promoting regional tourism, an industry that generates $ 1.5 billion in annual revenue and accounts for more than 22,000 jobs in Lehigh Valley. For more information on Discover Lehigh Valley and its activities or to request a Lehigh Valley Map & Guide, call 1-800-MEET-HERE, or visit the official tourism website of Lehigh Valley at http://www.DiscoverLehighValley.com.

About P.H.E.A.R.

Led by Tim Brunner, P.H.E.A.R. (Paranormal Help Experiment & Activity Research) is based in Lehigh Valley and has been investigating paranormal activity for years. The team is available to investigate your location or take groups on paranormal tours. Take a look at some of their paranormal findings at http://www.lvphear.ning.com. And remember, sometimes the truth is scarier than fiction.