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Thursday, December 27, 2012

1886 Crescent Hotel ESP weekend

ESP, or Eureka Springs Paranormal Weekend will once again be held in the famous -- and some would say infamous -- 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa during the weekend of January 4-6, 2013. This mountaintop spa resort is one of the most popular spots in Mid-America for weddings, romantic getaways and family vacations. However, this five-story, limestone property has become the talk of the paranormal world ever since TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) caught on video, using a thermal imaging camera, a full-bodied apparition in the "morgue" of the hotel. Other planned discussion topics and events during the three day weekend include remote viewing where one performs the act of perceiving a person, object or event that is located distantly in time and space; technophilia where participants will discuss, demonstrate and compare the latest paranormal investigation gear; experiments in telepathy; a Crescent Hotel Ghost Tour; a special theatrical presentation of "Not Really A Door: Back From The Dead With Baggage"; an excursion to the Intrigue Theater for an evening of magic and illusion; and of course the "free roam" where amateur ghost hunters are allowed to investigate -on their own- "America's most haunted hotel" including reveal sessions. For more information regarding the Eureka Springs' ESP Weekend, special overnight packages, and registration information, visit americasmosthauntedhotel.com or call 800-342-9766.


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What a joke. Paranormal is not a theatrical performance.

Prospector

-- Posted by Prospector on Mon, Dec 31, 2012, at 11:20 AM


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