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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – March 14, 2009. NorthEastern Paranormal Investigations is proud to present Phenomenology 101 in Gettysburg Pennsylvania, March 26 – 28, 2009, at the historic Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center. Speakers will include some of the top names in paranormal research and entertainment, including Chip Coffey, John Zaffis, Adam Blai, Patrick Burns, Tiffany Johnson, Chris Fleming, Vince Wilson, Mark and Debbie Constantino, Dave Schrader, Scotty Roberts and more.

Phenomenology 101 will open on March 26 with a celebrity reception that will begin at 7 p.m. March 27 and 28 will offer celebrity presentations daily from 10 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. with vendor exhibits available all day. Tickets for an exclusive investigation of the Eisenhower Hotel Farmhouse are available for purchase and tickets for other paranormal investigations will be raffled off during the Conference. Information will be forthcoming on a special investigation of the Civil War-era Gettysburg Orphanage, to be led by EVP experts Debby and Mark Constantino.

Phenomenology 101 participants will get the latest info from the world of the paranormal, have new and possibly ghostly experiences, and meet new people, all while soaking up the atmosphere of one of the world’s most haunted and historical locations, Gettysburg.
For up to the minute information and registration visit . Cost for the three day conference is $150 and includes the celebrity reception and all lectures. The Eisenhower Hotel, which is offering special rates for Phenomenology 101 attendees, is located at 2634 Emmitsburg Rd. in Gettysburg. For conference information contact Dana Wingerd at 443-243-2471 or

NorthEastern Paranormal was founded in 2004 and is committed to documenting evidence, sharing information, and assisting those who are experiencing paranormal activity.

Dana Wingerd

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