“The Ghost Story: History, Mystery & Magic” – Presented by Neil McNeill
October 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm — Free
Offered as part of our “Sorrento Curiosities” event series, join us in the Fireside Room as paranormal expert and educator Neil McNeil presents ‘The Ghost Story: History, Mystery & Magic’.
Experience an evening of chills, thrills, and real-life tales of mystery and imagination. Join a real life paranormal investigator as he uncovers the origins and allure of ghost stories past and present. Hear highlights of historical tales of terror, local folklore and legends, and even a few of the instructor’s own encounters with the supernatural!
Seat are limited, please come early for a spot. This event is free and open to the public. Food and drink will be available for purchase.
Neil McNeill has worked in the fields of parapsychology and paranormal education since 1993. He has served as a parapsychology consultant for television, film, and print media, and is regularly asked to speak at ghost conferences, paranormal events, and for literary and other professional organizations. Neil is a member of the Rhine Research Center, the Parapsychological Association, and the Seattle Consciousness Education & Research Society. His work has appeared on “Evening Magazine,” KOMO-4 News, and The Seattle Times, among others.
Since 2008, Neil has taught college-level courses about the science and history of parapsychology and paranormal investigation, which are offered year-round in the Seattle area and have been featured among Seattle Met’s list of “most sought-after” adult education classes. Neil produced “Dark & Stormy Nights: Parapsychology for Ghost Hunters” an educational DVD based on his popular classes in 2012. He recently chaired a panel on parapsychology and education with Loyd
Auerbach at the annual convention of the international Parapsychological Association.
Neil currently lives and works in Seattle. For more information about his classes and lectures, visit his website at www.ParanormalStudies.org.
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