The 2009 East Coast Paranormal Investigators Conference will be held at Fort Mifflin on the Delaware from 5 PM Friday October 9th till 5 PM Sunday October 11th 2009 with all proceeds of this event to benefit the preservation, restoration, interpretation and education programs at Fort Mifflin a 501©(3) non-profit organization. Fort Mifflin on the Delaware has consistently opened it gates to support the paranormal community, and this event is our communities chance to pay back that support.
The event will be a showcase to the public of paranormal investigators, using real science in the study of their fields and the results they obtain.
The event halls and fort will be open to the general public from 10 AM till 4 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Your organization will have 12 hours of exposure to explain your mission to and services provided for the public. This is in addition to fort tours given by interpretive guides in Revolutionary or Civil War Uniforms at 11 AM and 2 PM.
The programming halls will be open only to registered conference participants Programming about, ADC, Haunts, NDE Cryptozology, Angels, OBE, Sensitive Abilities, Demonology, UFO’s, and many others will be presented by field and laboratory investigators. There will be 12 hours of programming open to registered conference participants.
There will be a fund raising banquet on Saturday night open only to contributors and registered participants in the casements for an additional tax deductible contribution of $ 20.
There will be overnight paranormal investigations on Friday and Saturday nights open only to contributors and registered participants for a tax deductible contribution of $70 and will be limited to 25 persons.
There will be a 24 hour paranormal investigation (the only one for the 2009 Season) 5 PM Sunday to 5 PM Monday open only to contributors and registered participants for an additional tax deductible contribution of $ 90, limited to 50 persons.
This will be the only Paranormal Investigators Conference in the 2009 Season to be held a fort that is home to 14 haunted restored historic structures constructed from 1778 to 1875, is a National Monument, and a Historic Landmark.
East Coast Paranormal Investigators Conf, 9-11 Oct
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Posted 20 August 2009 - 06:44 AM
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