Phantoms of the Twin City Opera House movie premier and Investigation
Posted 06 January 2010 - 02:29 PM
The Phantoms of the Twin City Opera House movie Premier and open Investigation is schedued to begin at 7pm January 30th and run till 8:30 then a half hour intermision and registry period occur, at 9:30 the open to the public Ghost Hunt begins and runs till 3am.
This is a unique oportunity for beginers and more experienced investigators alike to be able to watch the documentary film available for the first time right at the haunted location and then immediately investigate the place for themselves!
the Twin City Opera House is located in McConnelsville Ohio in Morgan county
15 west main street right on the square.
participants may purchase a ticket at the door for both movie and hunt for 35 dollars or just the movie for 4 dollars or go online and save 5 bucks at http://www.twincityoperahouse.com/
Equiptment and tour guides will be supplied, emf meters, digital thermometers and the investigation will be video taped by the central ohio ghost squad. we recomend bringing and small flashlight and a personal camera if you want to take pictures. Any evidence will be reviewed and put up on the Twin City Opera House website after a weeks time.
we hope to see you there.
Posted 25 January 2010 - 02:42 PM
‘The Phantoms of the Twin City Opera House’ to premier
Published: Wednesday, January 20, 2010 9:00 AM EST
Over the last two years, the members of the Central Ohio Ghost Squad have investigated the paranormal activity at the Twin City Opera House. During that time they have come to one conclusion; that the Opera House is indeed haunted.
For those of you not brave enough to explore the theater yourself you can see all of the evidence that they have collected in the debut film entitled, “The Phantoms of the Twin City Opera House.” The premier event will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, at the theater.
The primary focus of the film will be the visual and auditory evidence that COGS has collected over its two years of investigating. But the crew also goes beyond the creeks, groans, and bumps in the dark and explores the historical aspects surrounding the “ghosts.”
Included is historical research about Everett Miller, who served as an usher at the theater for many years and purportedly still walks the aisles of the Opera House in his glimmering white coat. Also uncovered during their research was evidence of a fatal stabbing that occurred in the ballroom of the theater in the early part of the 1900s.
The crew also includes interviews with some of those who have claimed to have seen the apparitions within the building. Galen Finley, who owned the theater for over 25 years, was one of the first to admit to experiencing things in the theater that could not be explained. Finley actually lived on the stage of the theater after he purchased it, and recalls some chilling moments from his time there.
Following the film, the crew will be available to answer questions regarding the phantoms and the methods of research used in paranormal investigations.
For those interested in partaking in an authentic ghost hunt, one will be offered following the movie and question and answer session. The hunt will begin at 9:30 p.m. and the cost will be $35. Pre-registration is also available for the public ghost hunt by visiting the COGS website at www.twincityoperahouse.com. Pre-registration fees are $30 and both registrations include admission to the movie at 7 p.m. All research equipment will be provided by the COGS team.
The film is dedicated to Everett Miller and his family.
Lastly here is a link to Troy Tailors American Hauntings tours group touring the Twin City Opera House later this year. http://www.bumpinthe...t/twincity.html
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