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Posted 11 September 2008 - 09:11 AM

Spirits Among the Ruins at America's Stonehenge

SATURDAY OCTOBER 4TH 6PM-9PM
RAIN DATE SATURDAY OCTOBER 11TH
HALLOWEEN FRIDAY OCTOBER 31ST 6PM-9PM
RAIN DATE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1ST
Join the East Coast Transcommunication Organization (ECTO) for a Ghost Hunt at America's Stonehenge. ECTO is a paranormal group based in Mass and New Hampshire. They are comprised of 6 members with all areas of expertise. These areas include EVP, EMF Detection, Photography, Videography and Dowsing/Pendulum use. The group was formed to either prove or disprove the paranormal by using scientific methods and electronic equipment.
The evening will begin at 6pm with a brief discussion in our visitorís center of findings from a recent investigation that ECTO conducted. Ghost Hunting pointers and equipment will also be discussed. ECTO will then lead you on an investigation of this 4000 year old archaeological site.
In ancient times, it is believed that around the time of Halloween the veil between the world of the living and the dead is thinnest, allowing spirits and other supernatural entities to pass between the worlds to socialize with humans.
Please bring any equipment you may already have, cameras, tape or digital recorders, flashlights, dowsing equipment, etc. Dress warmly as you will be outside for roughly 2 hours. Cider and snacks will be provided. Reservations are Required. For more information please visit the America's Stonehenge web site at www.stonehengeusa.com
Who owns the land? Only the land knows. We mortals are passersby, and our lives are but a brief moment in the great span of time and space. We are born, we live out our lives, and most of us do the best we can with it, but the wind is forever, and the rivers flow forever to the sea, and all the seasons of the weathers will come and go after we are gone. But the Earth endures, the Earth is eternal" - Earl Hamner




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