• Pamela and Steve Barry from Gettysburg Ghost Exchange and Flip Searles

    Hear about the Gettysburg Ghost Exchange and Steve's near death experience. Also, guest appearance by Flip Searles with ITC program. You won't want to miss this. Gettysburg Ghost Exchange Is much more than just a Paranormal Equipment store. It is a dream come true and an extension of our home, so The Deadly Grounds Coffee will always be on, conversation and laughter fills our rooms and friendships will be made to last a lifetime! We are the place where the Paranormal Field Gathers to share evidence and purchase the BEST equipment that the field has to offer! We also have a Healing Room and a beautiful Crystals and Fossils display! https://www.facebook.com/LargestParanormalStoreInGettysburg/ Pam and Steve love all things paranormal. They are also paranormal investigators who enjoy helping people and love what they do. Along with Events and Ghost Tours, they have the latest and coolest equipment in the industry. If they don't have it they can get it! Flip Searles has been investigating the paranormal for several years, and has worked alongside the top names in the field. His main area of focus is Instrumental Trans-Communication. He was a co-founder of the Generic Black Shirt Group, which was chronicled on the television show “Paranormal AfterParty”.

  • Let's go back to B&O Railroad Ellicott City

    Ellicott City B & O Railroad

    $25.00

    This is another one that will be $25 and we will have to get the deposit in so please pay asap. Either by cash or by paypal [masked] Haunted Ellicott City Maryland: B&O Railroad Station Museum B&O Railroad Station Museum (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.borail.org%2FEllicott-City-Station.aspx&t=MTI5MTNmNDAzOTFkYWU1NWI3ZTBjMGMxNDYxNjFlOTU3OTZlMGIyOCxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) was completed in 1830 and is the oldest surviving railroad station in the USA (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visithowardcounty.com%2Fhistory%2Fbo-railroad-history&t=MDFkZmQwOGY0NzhkNzAxNjI1NDFlZmZlYjUzMzYxZjc5MGM5ZWNhMyxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1)and the original terminus of the first 13 miles of commercial track ever constructed in America. In 1857, the building was expanded for passenger service with waiting rooms and a ticket office The station has experienced two major restorations. The first occurred in 1976 which converted the station to a museum (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Farticles.baltimoresun.com%2F1992-10-26%2Fnews%2F1992300021_1_ellicott-railroad-station-museum-haunted&t=MWJkMTRmYmYyMWMzNWM5NWM3Njg5ZTg1YjZhN2RjY2FhOTkwN2Y5Myxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1). The second occurred in 1999 which restored the station to its 1857 appearance During the Civil War, trains on the B&O railroad stopped in Ellicott City to house Confederate soldiers (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fairfaxtimes.com%2Farticle%2F20140103%2FENTERTAINMENT%2F140109664%26template%3DfairfaxTimes&t=ZjY4MWYwYzAwZWExZjQ3MTY3MzM1ZTE5MTNjNTNhY2ZjZGU0Y2UzMSxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1)who had surrendered or were captured by the Union. Some conjecture their spirits still remain (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.newsline.umd.edu%2Fetcetera%2Fhauntedellicottcity110107.htm&t=OWQ4NjQxMDY3MGMyZGMwZmZmZmFmNjk2OTdlNzc2Y2Q0NDkwMTU0NCxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) The museum is reportedly haunted by a box-moving and stair climbing ghost (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visithowardcounty.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2011%2F12%2FPRGhost07.pdf&t=ZjgwZDEyZTBhZTViN2QxYmU2NWQ1Mzk1ZjJjNjE3ODdmN2RlMWIwMSxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) that has been named “Charlie.” During Civil War re-enactments the apparition of a union soldier has been seen

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  • Let's learn about Haunted Ellicott City by Shelley Davies Wygant

    Harry L Cooper VFW Post 160

    Beginning with its founding in 1772, Ellicott City has endured an endless procession of tragic deaths from horrific accidents, unexplained illnesses, violent murders, unjust hangings, as well as devastating fires and floods. As a result, this 18th century mill town is packed with more restless spirits and unexplained supernatural occurrences than cities many times its size. Chilling experiences at the Patapsco Female Institute, Angelo’s Castle, Lilburn, and “Hell House” as well as taverns, shops and former funeral homes have earned its distinction as The Most Haunted Town in Maryland. Here in this comprehensive compilation of ghost stories, paranormal investigations, and local legends you’ll explore the history and horrors of a village that somehow lives on… despite being given up for dead, time and time again.

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  • Come see Paranormal Inc. Real Ghost Stories and Evidence

    Harry L Cooper VFW Post 160

    Come join Ernie Atwell and Dave Siler, as we discuss true events that happened to us and show evidence. This is an interactive with audience participation. • Important to know Paranormal Inc. consists of Ernie Atwell and Dave Siler. We are both former members of The Paranormal Research of Maryland I started investigating the Paranormal on a regular basis in 2004 after continuous research on this field since childhood. In 2000, I encountered a Paranormal occurrence that made me step up my research that much more, which led to the point in my research, where I needed to start Investigating as part of my research. In 2012, I became an investigator with the Paranormal Research of Maryland. In later part of 2015, I recommended Paranormal Investigator and Tech Specialist, Dave Siler to P.RO.M, where he became a team member and Investigator. In late summer of 2017, I decided to step away from P.R.O.M and embark on a Solo Project. In discussions with Dave Siler, Dave decided to step away from the group as well and be the Lead Tech Specialist for the Solo Project This was the start of Paranormal Inc. Our main priority is to help those who are experiencing Paranormal Activity on a personal basis. We look not to only help those clients but help the Spirit World as well. During the attendance of Seminar's , lectures and Expo's , our goal is to educate the public and Paranormal Enthusiasts in the Field of the Spirit World and Paranormal Investigating. Paranormal Inc. is constantly working on and researching new Theories and experiments to validate that the Paranormal does exist.

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  • Join us! An Interactive panel with the Inspired Ghost Tracking Core Group

    Do you have questions about the paranormal? Do you want to know what goes on during an investigation? Why not ask the core group your questions and lets get into some discussions about it. You will meet the core group with the mediums and can ask any of us a question or hear from a medium and an investigators point of view .

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  • Christmas Party with gift exchange game

    Harry L Cooper VFW Post 160

    Since, December is so busy for all of us we decided it would be nice to have a small celebration of our own. We are going to do a gift exchange game so anyone that wants in, needs to bring a co-ed gift of not more then $15.00, get crazy with this and remember it is all in fun. In the past we have had many paranormal things wrapped up together, books, and many other items but it doesn't have to relate to what we do. Remember it is only $15 so get creative with it. Again, we ask that everyone bring a snack to share. Let the party begin, we will celebrate with our gift exchange, relax, enjoy some Christmas music, and get to know one another. Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and anything else for this one. Don't forget we need snacks for this meetup. Please, let us know if you can bring something. Paranormal group, paranormal meetup group, ghost trackers, ghost hunters, paranormal guest speakers, paranormal investigations, life after death, Maryland paranormal investigators, Anne Arundel county paranormal, Maryland local groups in paranormal, ghosts and spirits, ghost hunting in Maryland, paranormal authors, Paranormal Group, Paranormal Investigator, Ghost hunters, paranormal phenomena, ghosts and spirits, the afterlife, paranormal research, paranormal private investigations Maryland Paranormal, Anne Arundel county paranormal investigator, ghost hunting, haunted locations, Maryland local paranormal investigators

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  • Let's go back to B&O Railroad Ellicott City

    Ellicott City B & O Railroad

    $25.00

    This is another one that will be $25 and we will have to get the deposit in so please pay asap. Either by cash or by paypal [masked] Haunted Ellicott City Maryland: B&O Railroad Station Museum B&O Railroad Station Museum (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.borail.org%2FEllicott-City-Station.aspx&t=MTI5MTNmNDAzOTFkYWU1NWI3ZTBjMGMxNDYxNjFlOTU3OTZlMGIyOCxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) was completed in 1830 and is the oldest surviving railroad station in the USA (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visithowardcounty.com%2Fhistory%2Fbo-railroad-history&t=MDFkZmQwOGY0NzhkNzAxNjI1NDFlZmZlYjUzMzYxZjc5MGM5ZWNhMyxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1)and the original terminus of the first 13 miles of commercial track ever constructed in America. In 1857, the building was expanded for passenger service with waiting rooms and a ticket office The station has experienced two major restorations. The first occurred in 1976 which converted the station to a museum (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Farticles.baltimoresun.com%2F1992-10-26%2Fnews%2F1992300021_1_ellicott-railroad-station-museum-haunted&t=MWJkMTRmYmYyMWMzNWM5NWM3Njg5ZTg1YjZhN2RjY2FhOTkwN2Y5Myxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1). The second occurred in 1999 which restored the station to its 1857 appearance During the Civil War, trains on the B&O railroad stopped in Ellicott City to house Confederate soldiers (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fairfaxtimes.com%2Farticle%2F20140103%2FENTERTAINMENT%2F140109664%26template%3DfairfaxTimes&t=ZjY4MWYwYzAwZWExZjQ3MTY3MzM1ZTE5MTNjNTNhY2ZjZGU0Y2UzMSxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1)who had surrendered or were captured by the Union. Some conjecture their spirits still remain (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.newsline.umd.edu%2Fetcetera%2Fhauntedellicottcity110107.htm&t=OWQ4NjQxMDY3MGMyZGMwZmZmZmFmNjk2OTdlNzc2Y2Q0NDkwMTU0NCxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) The museum is reportedly haunted by a box-moving and stair climbing ghost (http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visithowardcounty.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2011%2F12%2FPRGhost07.pdf&t=ZjgwZDEyZTBhZTViN2QxYmU2NWQ1Mzk1ZjJjNjE3ODdmN2RlMWIwMSxnanhoemdqag%3D%3D&b=t%3AAREOD4N7Eb-3U8K2cfZziw&p=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.maryland-paranormal.com%2Fpost%2F84466819338%2Fhaunted-ellicott-city-maryland-bo-railroad&m=1) that has been named “Charlie.” During Civil War re-enactments the apparition of a union soldier has been seen

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  • Come hear Randy talk about making equipment small and less expensive.

    Who is Randy: First and most importantly, I am the father of a son and five daughters, so I consider myself a fortunate man. I was born in Baltimore, Maryland and have lived there my entire life except while attending Penn State University and several months in Los Angeles. I have been a photographer, art director, graphic artist, and web designer before discovering EVP. Since that time I have devoted most of my time to the paranormal field through personal EVP research and as a member of an investigation team known as PHPRS (Perry Hall Paranormal Research Society). During that time, I have also penned the books Voices From Forever (2009), and There Is No Silence (2010). Discovering my first EVP was a rather abrupt, and at first, a very confusing turning point for me. What started out as an experiment proved to be the most eye-opening and profound experience of my life. I am now certain that our feeble attempts to define the afterlife have overwhelmingly missed the mark. Life goes beyond, and there is a vibrant reality that awaits us - a greater continuation of our spirit and our humanity. Death is not the end. It is our inauguration to forever. EVP have altered and amplified my understanding of the subtle concepts of truth and illusion, and I hope to be able to communicate this through my writings and podcasts. I welcome any and all comments. Come hear Randy talk about making equipment small, less expensive, with higher quality and view ability. http://www.randallkeller.com/randall-keller/order.html

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  • Join the Halloween party

    Harry L Cooper VFW Post 160

    Let's make this an Anniversary celebration for us. The group was started on Oct 27, 2008 so what better way to celebrate our 10 years then a Halloween party? Come on all let's celebrate. Join us for lots of ghoulish fun. Your $20 donation includes finger foods, beer, water, and soda. Cash bar with happy hour prices. NO BYOB. We will have a DJ, costume contest, jello shooters, 50/50 and door prizes. You can pay for tickets by paypal [masked], check payable to VFWA P.O.Box 363 Glen Burnie, Md 21060 or cash at our meetings.

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