Allegan, Michigan — The first annual Allegan Paranormal Conference will be held at the historic Griswold Auditorium in Allegan, Michigan on October 26th and 27th. Events begin Friday night with a gallery reading by Michigan author and renowned psychic, Kelly MacLeod. Later that night, a lantern ghost tour will be offered through the streets of downtown Allegan where the guide will share the town’s many ghostly legends. You can sign up to participate in a paranormal investigation to be held at the Old Jail Museum which housed Allegan’s sheriffs and their families as well as its convicts for many years. Some say many remain — in spirit.
Speakers and classes will cover a wide variety of paranormal topics throughout the day on Saturday. A cocktail reception and dinner will be held at the haunted Elks Lodge that evening. Enjoy a wonderful meal while listening to the story of the Lodge’s haunted history and the spirits who wander there as told by Allegan historian and author, John Pahl. Activities continue until the wee hours Saturday night at the Old Jail Museum where another paranormal investigation is scheduled, or you may choose to remain at the Elks Lodge for a late night ghost hunt.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to catch a glimpse of the world that lies just beyond our five senses.
For more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Kathy Conder, founder of Michigan Paranormal Encounters, please call her at 269-665-4948 or 860-608-2214. Email inquiries may be made to firstname.lastname@example.org.