CT’s paranormal investigation organization “Ghost Storm” will welcome guests on their quest to deliver paranormal proof to a live audience inside Fright Haven Haunted House. For one night only, January 4, 2020, beginning at 8 PM, the state’s foremost clairvoyants, Nick Grossmann, Peter Cerow and Micheal Corey, will bring along their paranormal investigation equipment, also known as ghost hunting gear, along with the most haunted artifacts they have collected from past expeditions for a very exclusive, multi-faceted presentation. The event is billed as “Ghost Lab: Proving the Paranormal.”
The “Ghost Storm” team will conduct their presentation in a private, secluded room completely surrounded by mirrors. The evening will unfold with a session on how to use paranormal investigation tools combined with actual psychic abilities, which many people don’t realize that they have. After this, the three will attempt to make contact with the artifacts. It’s very likely some or many in the crowd will see an orb zoom by – or much more. Ghost Storm has actual video footage of their doll, Catherine, physically moving. They also show video proof of their other items actually “doing things.” This will be followed by a public “scrying” session in the room of mirrors. Scrying is a mystical art. In this case, the mediums will hold candles to the mirror and focus on the image, which usually opens a portal to the spirit realm. It’s a technique used for centuries by the Roma people of Europe and also Caribbean culture.
Along with the “possessed” dolls, on display will be a pirate liquor bottle several hundred years old that has been the subject of hundreds of seances and paranormal activity. Additionally, guests will get to view a relic from a witch’s home that resembles a deity they call Pazuzu because it reminds them of the exorcist statue.
The interactive show, which will conclude with a question & answer period, is open to all ages. Guests under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are $39 in advance, $49 at the door, available online through https://frighthaven.ticketleap.com/ghostlab2019/. Doors open at 7:30 PM, and the proceedings start at 8 PM.
What better place than Fright Haven to hold such a unique and “spirited” event?! The 20,000 square foot entertainment complex is the state’s largest, scariest and greatest indoor Halloween haunted house attraction, but opens off-season for such special events. It is located in the Stratford Square Shopping Plaza (next to LA Fitness and Ninety Nine Restaurant, across from Home Depot), 411 Barnum Avenue Cutoff, Stratford, CT. Parking is free. For further information, phone (203) 795-4737.
If you believe in the supernatural, then the Ghost Lab experience is a must. If you are a skeptic, you may finally be convinced. Space is limited for what promises to be a unique, frightening, interesting and memorable way to start the New (boo) Year.