Calling all paranormal investigators and fans! You’re invited to attend the first annual “Delmarva Paranormal Conference” at the very haunted Riverside Country Inn in Greensboro, MD, beginning Saturday May 21st through Sunday May 22nd. Join other paranormal enthusiasts for a weekend of paranormal fun, including special guests, speakers, vendors, workshops, and an optional investigation. Greensboro, located on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland, is close to Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, and Wilmington – all within a two hour or less drive. If you’re anywhere in the mid-Atlantic area – or can get to it – put the “Delmarva Paranormal Conference” on your calendar and make your plans to attend.
The conference is being hosted by the Maryland Sociey of Ghost Hunters, one of the most highly regarded paranormal investigation groups around. Under the leadership of founder Rodney Whittaker, the Maryland Society of Ghost Hunters has a reputation for solid investigation skills and exciting evidence. Rodney and his team have over ten years experience as paranormal investigators and they love to share their skills with others. Sharon Ramirez (aka Astralspirit) will be helping Rodney to host this event and Sharon is another outstanding paranormal investigator and researcher, known and respected throughout the paranormal community.
R.I.P.’s recent investigation at the Riverside Country Inn turned up lots of paranormal activity, including several EVPs and what appear to be direct responses to questions, as well as a flashlight turning on and off by itself. This is a great venue for a paranormal conference and attendees will be able to sign up for their own investigation of the Inn from 11:00 pm through 1:00 am (limited to ten people only at $65 per person, so sign up today!)
Some of the fascinating speakers at the Delmarva Paranormal Conference include:
Jonathan Williams: Founder/Executive Director of the “International Museum of Spiritual Investigations” in Gettysburg, PA.
John Sabol: Para-archeologist, known as “The Ghost Excavator,” and featured on Paranormal State. Also the author of ten books, with several more in the works.
Andy Nunez: Author of the newly released “Ghosts II of the Eastern Shore,” as well as the original “Ghosts of the Eastern Shore” and “Mysteries of the Eastern Shore.”
Margaret Perry Ehrlich: Founder/President, Inspired Ghost Tracking.
Russ Noratel: Leader, Baltimore Society for Paranormal Research and author of “Ellicott City’s Guide to Haunted Places.”
Admission is $20 for a one day pass and $30 for the entire two days. Vendor tables are available for $50 per table for one day and $65 per table for the weekend. Contact the Riverside Country Inn directly (410-482-6550) to make your room reservations and be sure to mention that you are coming for the Delmarva Paranormal Conference. For more information, to purchase tickets, or to buy a vendor table, contact Rodney Whittaker at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Check this website for additional details and for the latest news on the 2011 Delmarva Paranormal Conference.