Ghost Hunting

A little girl, a grumpy projectionist, and a helpful usher all living together under the same roof.  Is it the premise of a new sitcom?  Not if they're all dead!  The truth is this is no TV show.  They are all ghosts who inhabit the Mounds Theater in St. Paul, and now you have a chance to see them for yourself.

Real Haunted Tours is conducting a tour of the theater led by real paranormal investigators.  Spend an hour in the near dark learning about the ghosts and the history of the theater.  The investigators will even have some of their special equipment on site to allow you to try and communicate with the spirits.  Go to http://realhauntedtours.com/index.htm to see all of the details of the tour.

The Twin Cities Wonderland has purchased 10 tickets for Sunday, October 30th.  The tour begins at 8pm.  However we'll plan on dinner beforehand to trade ghost stories and to get "psyched" up at 5pm. at Joseph's Grill (just across the Wabasha bridge from downtown St. Paul)  They have some great food there.  Then we'll make the short trip back across the river to the theater and start the tour.

I currently have 10 tickets, 1 for myself and 9 others.  They will go to the first 9 people who pay.  The tickets are $22.50 which covers the ticket and the various ticket and Paypal fees.  If they sell out quickly enough, I could still maybe buy a few more, but if you really want to go, I wouldn't wait too long.  You can buy them online at http://singlescon.com/Ghost.html (this is a website from a singles event I do, but you don't have to be single for this tour).  If you'd rather send a check, email me for an address.

Scare you later!

David

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  • Betty

    I have learned much about the tools and practices of ghosting hunting but I have never had a visual encounter.

    November 3, 2011

  • Connie N

    Thank You David for hosting, I had a good time.

    October 31, 2011

  • Vickie

    I enjoyed dinner with everyone and the history of the theater and the tour was very interesting. We had one ghostly experience. Was it real? or not. We may never, ever know for sure.

    October 31, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    I was skeptical about the Ghost Hunting before the meetup and the experience didn't change my mind. It was fun to have dinner and meet some new people.

    October 31, 2011

  • David A.

    At this point I still have all 10 tickets spoken for and no one has said they won't be making it. I checked on additional tickets but they are sold out for 8pm. Consequently it doesn't look like we will be able to get anyone from the wait list into the tour at this point. Although you're still welcome to join us for dinner if you like.

    October 30, 2011

  • Connie N

    Does anyone have an extra camera I can borrow for tomorrow? I turned mine on today and it's dead.

    October 29, 2011

  • Connie N

    Looking forward to this event, I have been wanting to ghost hunt for a long time.

    October 27, 2011

  • David A.

    It looks like at this point we're unofficially sold out. All the tickets have been spoken for at least though I'm still waiting on confirmation of one. (Two other people have paid for tickets but not RSVP'd yet). If you still might want to go, you can get on the waiting list. If someone drops out you can take their place, or I can possibly check into additional tickets.

    October 24, 2011

  • David A.

    Adding up the people who have paid me with the people who have RSVP'd, we're up to 9 tickets out of 10 committed!

    October 20, 2011

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