Ghosthunting in Mount Pearl for a Good Cause

Three ghost hunts will be held at Admiralty House Communications Museum on the night of October 22, 2016, at 7:00pm, 8:30pm, and 10:00pm, each lasting for approximately 90 minutes.

As part of their Spooktacular Days event at Admiralty House Communications Museum (365 Old Placentia Road), the Life After Death Society (donation-based paranormal investigators) will be hosting open ghost hunts this Halloween season.

Three ghost hunts will be held at Admiralty House Communications Museum on the night of October 22, 2016, at 7:00pm, 8:30pm, and 10:00pm, each lasting for approximately 90 minutes.

Upon arrival at the sessions, participants are given paranormal investigation gear to assist resident ghost hunter Jonathan Mallard reach out to the other side. Bringing your own gear (cameras, recorders, electromagnetic field meters) is welcome and encouraged.

How do you know if you’ve seen a ghost? Mallard recommends that you pay close attention to what’s captured by your camera. Those opaque circular features could be merely reflections of airborne particles near the camera’s lens. However, some in the paranormal community claim that they are evidence of something spooky.

This phenomena (known as ‘spirit orbs’, or emanations from spirit beings) can be found in any hotbed of spiritual activity. Admiralty House Museum is your best bet, says Mallard. “I have been investigating the location for over a year now and can say with confidence the place has spiritual activity. I have conducted twelve investigations, and have many examples of Electronic Voice Phenomenon.”

Live reveal of anything captured will be October 30th at 7:00 P.M. and will be donation-based (pay what you can).

All proceeds of the event go to Admiralty House Museum, including their kids programming, like Morse Code Mayhem, Amateur Radio at Admiralty House, and Fun with Flags.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Must be 18+ to participate.For more info on Admiralty House’s Halloween events, go to admiraltymuseum.ca

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