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The third annual all-day Paraquest conference is due to take place on Saturday, the 28th of April 2007 at the Freemasons Hall, Sale, Greater Manchester.

“After the great success of the last two years we believe this year could be the largest one-day conference on the subject of the paranormal in Manchester ever,” said Stewart Greenslade, the conference organizer. “Our speakers are experts in their field and several have written best-selling books on many aspects of the paranormal. ”

Speakers include:

Alan Murdie:
Alan is the former chairman of the world famous ghost club, and a renowned speaker on the subject of the paranormal. Alan is also a prolific writer, publishing many local ghost guides and is currently researching Victorian and early 20th century ghost cases in and around Manchester.

Clint Denyer:
Clint is a qualified parapsychologist, psychic practitioner, and remote viewer, writer, and presenter. A researcher in Egyptology, Ufology, ancient civilizations, and the universe we live in. He has lectured at many of the top UFO conferences around the UK, and presents his own weekly radio show on the Paranormal.

Ian Morison:
Ian Morison works on the SETI (Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence) project at Jodrell Bank Observatory, part of the University of Manchester. He believes that the Galaxy is teaming with extra-terrestrial intelligence — it’s just a question of finding it.

Dr Jackie Jones-Hunt:
Jackie has researched the experiential and theoretical aspects of shamanic paranormal phenomena, OBEs, NDEs and mediumship for over 25 years. She has taught Psychical Research and Consciousness Studies at Warwick University and other colleges in the UK intermittently between travel and research for over twenty years. She is author of Seances with God: God through the Ages and teaches Consciousness Studies/Psychical Research at Strathclyde University and Paisley University, Glasgow, Scotland.

Tickets only £12.50 in advance or £15.00 on the day.
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