Sunday, October 25, 2015

Real 'Ghostbuster' to visit senior center

Vermont paranormal investigator Steven Waldo will treat guests to all the tricks of his trade during a special Halloween talk on ghost hunting Wednesday at the Springfield Senior Center.

http://eagletimes.villagesoup.com/p/real-ghostbuster-to-visit-senior-center/1432790

Real 'Ghostbuster' to visit senior center
By ALLAN STEIN | Oct 24, 2015

SPRINGFIELD — Vermont paranormal investigator Steven Waldo will treat guests to all the tricks of his trade during a special Halloween talk on ghost hunting Wednesday at the Springfield Senior Center.

The center's Halloween Party starts at 1 p.m., followed by a talk and demonstration of paranormal equipment and ghost evidence by Waldo, technical manager for Vermont Paranormal Investigators.

Waldo, a retired police chief and state police investigator, will discuss what it's really like hunting and researching ghosts, said Terri L. Emerson, senior center director.

"Normally, we have a dance or we have a luncheon. This is totally different," said Emerson. "This goes with Halloween."

The event will also feature a costume contest and games. Prizes will be given for the scariest and funniest costumes.

Guests are encouraged to show up in costume at the center located at 139 Main St.

For more information, call (802) 885-3933.

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