Fans of TV’s “Ghost Hunters”, “Ghost Trackers” and “American Paranormal” can learn more about what it takes to become an investigator. Sara Gray is a member of the University of Nebraska – Omaha Paranormal Society and is the organizer of the 4th annual Paranormal Summit on Friday, October 24th on campus.
Gray says members of several area paranormal investigation organizations will attend and share their latest research and explain some of their equipment. The man speaker is a local psychic.
After the presentation Gray says attendees will be able to join members of the society and conduct a paranormal investigation on campus. Gray says, “All of the campus is said to be haunted but the one that has been focused on the past few years has been the Arts & Science building. Directly outside of the building about 50 years ago a girl was shot and killed and the murder is still unresolved. Her ghost is said to still haunt the Arts & Science building so that is the focused area.”
Doors open at 5:00 pm and the summit will start at 6:00 in the Ballroom in the Milo Bail Student Center on campus. The cost is $15 for non-students and $10 for students.
Gray says membership to UNO’s Paranormal Society is open to the public. Members meet every Saturday at noon in the Durham Science Center. She says along with analyzing evidence they also plan paranormal investigations and have done several in Nebraska and Iowa.