The Glengarry Pioneer Museum invites you to get into the spirit of Halloween and take a walk on the spiritual side for two nights only: Saturday, October 13 and 27th.
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to take part in a paranormal investigation? For two separate nights in October, the historic buildings of the Glengarry Pioneer Museum will open their doors to the curious for this chilling opportunity. Paranormal Investigators from Ottawa’s Bytown Paranormal, will be on hand to showcase the science behind investigating the spiritual realm with their equipment and experiences. In small groups, tours will explore the nooks and crannies of the museum at night, led by paranormal investigators and museum staff. They will reveal their findings from past investigations, give historical references to the museum site, buildings and some eerie artifacts. Eyewitness accounts will be shared while visitors participate in the ghost hunt.
Admission is $20 per person paid in advance. Guest can pay via PayPal though the museum’s website: http://glengarrypioneermuseum.ca/glengarry-paranormal/
The event will occur rain or shine and tickets are going fast. Don’t miss out on this hair-raising opportunity… the Glengarry Pioneer Museum awaits you.
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