Boo! Paranormal presentations in October

Come join us for ghoulies and ghosties, and long-legged beasties, and things that go bump in the night, this October!

The Ghostology series is led by Agawam Paranormal, and our very own library staff member, Sarah Hodge-Wetherbee, will lead the Mysterious Massachusetts program. Sarah offered Mysterious Massachusetts at the Central Library and also at the Forest Park Branch Library in 2012 and it wonderful to have her back with the popular program she takes on the road to other libraries and community centers as well. Agawam Paranormal is enjoying popularity with local libraries, being booked at several agencies this fall throughout the area and beyond.


Ghostology 101
October 15, 6:30 – 7:45 pm
East Forest Park Branch

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This is the first in a series of programs designed to both entertain and educate the general public about the world of the paranormal. We’ll explore the basics of paranormal investigations, starting with terminology, equipment, EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena), spirit photography and video, as well as “ghost hunting” skills and suggestions. Led by local experts from the Agawam Paranormal team, this fun and fascinating presentation is appropriate for older teens and adults.


Ghostology 201
October 22, 6:30 – 7:45 pm
Indian Orchard Branch

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This is the second in the series and gets into more advanced subject matters including demons, angels, necromancy, exorcism and possession. While it is believed that only a very small percentage of paranormal activity is caused by demons or their like, it is undeniably a very popular topic with today’s public. Here we will try to remove fact from fiction and see just how it all ties together. The program will include some hands-on experiments with the tools used by paranormal investigators including EMF meters, temperature work, and spirit photography. Updated for 2014, this segment is designed for an adult audience and really is not suited for children. Presented by the Agawam Paranormal team.


Mysterious Massachusetts
October 29, 6:30 – 7:45 pm
East Springfield Branch

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Reports of UFO’s, alien abductions, sea serpent sightings, haunted houses and the like abound in Massachusetts. Join library staff member Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe in this hour long review of weirdly fascinating paranormal activity in the Commonwealth. This program is good for teens and adults.

Ghostology 301
November 5, 6:30 – 7:45 pm
East Forest Park Branch

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Get the lowdown on local haunted places and other paranormal activity in Springfield and its surrounding towns! This fun and exciting presentation is good for all ages, but is intended primarily for adults and older teens.

T-shirt raffle! We will raffle off a free Agawam Paranormal t-shirt at each Boo! program. All attendees who remain present through the end of the program earn a raffle ticket to win the free t-shirt.


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