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Posted 03 August 2009 - 10:14 PM

The Munroe Falls Paranormal Society has announced its first annual paranormal conference scheduled to take place on Saturday October 31st, 2009 in Rootstown Ohio. The Northeast Ohio Paranormal Conference (NEOPC) will be open to the public and is free to attend with prior online registration at http://neopc.eventbrite.com. The conference will featured speakers such as Jerry E. Smith who started his career as a writer, lecturer and editor with his first writing sale back in 1969 and has written several books on subjects such as Weather Warfare, Roswell: The NAZI Connection and Secrets of the Holy Lance.

The conference will also feature speakers and demonstrations from Ohio based paranormal investigation and research teams lecturing and presenting on a variety of paranormal topics. There will be demonstration tables from various groups displaying evidence, technique and equipment used in paranormal investigation and research.

All registered attendees will be automatically entered into a drawing to have a chance to win several prizes including a grand prize to attend a Ghost Hunt with MFPS on a selected future investigation.

The event is being held at the NEOUCOM Ralph Regula Conference Center, 4209 St. Rt. 44 in Rootstown Ohio, doors will open at 9:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM. See below for more details.

NEOPC Links and Contact Information:

For more details on the schedule of events and directions to the venue please visit:


Anyone interested in attending the conference can register online for free at:


To register to speak or setup a demonstration table at this conference please contact MFPS at:


For more information contact:

Eric Haney
Founder & Lead Investigator, MFPS


Robin Vaughn
Public Relations Manager, MFPS

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