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Ghost Hunting 101 at the Alameda Library

By Janet Levaux
Monday, October 19th, 2009 at 5:35 pm in Uncategorized.

The Alameda Free Library is giving Alamedans all they need to know about the paranormal this Wednesday from 6:30-8 p.m. at the main branch.

The presenters are Doug Carnahan and Jesie Garcia for NorCal Paranormal Investigators.

Last year, a presentation on the paranormal included historic tidbits on ghosts out at Alameda Point, on the USS Hornet, and around town, including spots along the old train routes — such as on Encincal Avenue near Lafayette and Chestnut.

Some recordings of the paranormal are found online.

This year’s discussion will focus on what’s involved with becoming a paranormal investigator aka ghost hunter.

Alamedans love their history, including mysteries involving our historic structures and spirits, so prepare to have an informative and spooky good time.

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