Join Breckenridge History experts and professional investigators this coming Friday, October 25, for a Paranormal Investigation in a historic home in Breckenridge! As stated at the breckheritage.com website, this will be “Breckenridge’s first ever public effort to document that the consciousness survives after the body dies . . . a paranormal investigation for the purposes of enlightening and educating.”
The investigation will take place using equipment and techniques used in the popular “ghost-hunters” television shows, like EMF Meters, EVP, and a Spirit Box. Led by a former investigator at The Stanley Hotel in Estes park (inspiration for the story The Shining, by Steven King), the event will explore one of the oldest homes in Breckenridge. The home has been known to have weird, unexplained occurrences happen to visitors and tour guides alike, including “a non-working clock that chimes, items falling off shelves, doors opening, cold spots, and interactions with ghostly figures.”
Sign up in advance (must be 18 years or older) for $20 per person, by calling 970-453-9767 x2. A 48-hour cancellation policy is in effect.