Myths & Truths About Ghosts and Apparitions:
The Reality Behind Paranormal Investigating
|Darcie McGrath, Paranormal Researcher|
For our October program the OPL’s Reminisce Society is pleased to hear from paranormal researcher Darcie McGrath on Tuesday, October 27, at 10:00 a.m. in the library’s meeting room.
There are a lot of “myths” that television, movies, and media have propagated through the use of “pseudo-science” and outmoded beliefs. Does your house have to have experienced a tragic event to be haunted? Does a person have to have died to be a ghost? Does Lightning really stir up a haunting? Is there really something to that 3 o’clock in the morning creepiness? You might be surprised!
Paranormal researcher Darcie McGrath has 30 years’ experience in paranormal research, with a background in parapsychology. She is a member of the Rhine Research Center in North Carolina, a paranormal haunting consultant, and a network investigator with the Office of Paranormal Investigation, founded, and led by, renowned parapsychologist, Loyd Auerbach. She teaches a variety of paranormal studies classes at Kirkwood Community College as a part of their continuing education program, and works under the name Quantum Psi Group.
Plan to join us on Tuesday, October 27, for a look back into Iowa’s past, and in this case present! Reminisce Society programs are free and open to everyone. For further information, please call the library’s director, Sonja Ferrell at 641-682-7563.