Join Chicago Hauntings’ Ursula Bielski, Chicago’s most respected paranormal researcher, and Ed Shanahan, Gatekeeper of The Unexplained World, as they usher you Beyond the Veil and into some of the Midwest’s most notorious locations for an intimate night of exploration and intrigue.
Beyond the Veil’s 2007-2008 Excursion Calendar includes visits to Chicago’s Archer Woods Cemetery, Humphrey House and Frankie’s Roadhouse (formerly Cavallone’s and Rico D’s), but the year will also take guests around the Midwest, to the Villisca Axe Murder House, Starved Rock, and Camp Chesterfield — one of the only remaining Spiritualist camps in the nation.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own philosophies as well as open minds, but ghost-hunting tools of any kind are also welcomed. At each event, Bielski and Shanahan will share their ideas about the power of spiritual connections and of intuitive paranormal investigation, and they’ll also introduce guests to simple investigative equipment that can be made at home. During the course of each meeting, Shanahan welcomes guests to bring items of loved ones for psychometry readings, and Bielski will be available throughout each evening to answer questions on the history and folklore of life’s supernatural side. Both hosts look forward to talking with guests about each attendee’s own spiritual and paranormal journeys.
Beyond the Veil meets on location, and attendance is extremely limited to ensure the most profound experience possible for all involved. Guests will learn the shadowy history of each meeting place, hear legends of the paranormal as experienced at the site, freely explore the physical surroundings, and participate in a number of spiritual exercises designed to heighten spiritual awareness and paranormal activity, including Edward Shanahan’s famed “Circle of Energy.” More than anything else, guests are encouraged to simply enjoy spending time together in these profoundly intriguing places.
For reservations and more information, visit: www.chicagohauntings.com/beyondtheveil.html