Events with Spirited History!

 An Evening with Psychic Medium David Allen Brown

Connecting with Spirit

 Nov. 5th, 2016     7pm – 10pm

Magnolia Grange 10020 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832

img_0614Renowned Psychic Medium, David Allen Brown will be giving a Lecture, Gallery Reading, and Paranormal Investigation with Spirited History Investigations at Magnolia Grange Plantation.

David Allen Brown is a highly respected and amazingly accurate psychic and medium who has a multitude of extra-sensory gifts that he puts to use for his clients. David comes from a long line of psychic mediums. Clairvoyance, spirit communication, spirit rescue, psychometry, remote viewing, psychic prediction, life purpose readings and house clearings are among his gifts. David is down to earth and humble. He’s very straightforward and doesn’t hold back or pretend. He has been interviewed frequently on radio shows and by newspaper columnists. A portion of the nights proceeds donated to the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia.

Ticket Price: $35.00 per person

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A Night at the Museum with Edgar Allen Poe

 October 22nd, 2016      7pm – 9pm

Magnolia Grange 10020 Iron Bridge Rd., Chesterfield, VA 23832

poe-with-raven This haunting program will engage the public by experiencing the history and readings from Edgar Allen Poe, as portrayed by Chris Semptner, historian and Curator of the Poe Museum. Listen as he recites many of the author’s famous poems, and also a letter he wrote to Mary Winfree, a resident of Magnolia Grange in 1834. Following the readings, Spirited History will share their haunting tales from their investigations at the Poe Museum. They will be playing the eerie EVPs from the ghostly voices they captured at the Poe Museum and sharing an unusual ghostly apparition captured in  photos at the Poe Museum.

 Ticket Price: $10.00 per person

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Halloween Symbolism and Superstition

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Oct. 8th, 2016     7pm to 9pm

Magnolia Grange House Museum

10020 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832

This program will focus on the folklore and history surrounding this exciting and horror filled holiday by examining many of the common symbols associated with this popular holiday, evolution of costumes, history of popular beliefs and superstitions.

Limited seating. Treats will be served.

Funds to be donated to the Chesterfield Historical Society of VA.

Ticket Price: $10 per person

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Help Make History!

Be Part of the First Public

Paranormal Investigation at the

John Marshall House!

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Date: Saturday Oct. 15th, 2016 7pm – 10:30pm

Funding for this event is donated to Preservation Virginia


The Nights Event will Include:

 

Psychic Medium David Allen Brown, who will be on hand to assist in connecting to the many spirits at this historic Richmond VA location.

Spirited History Investigators to help lead groups through the house as they explore the location for paranormal activity.

The use of Spirited History‘s investigative equipment, which includes: Mel Meters, K-2’s, Energy-Rods, SB-7 Spirited Box, Ovilus III, and Dowsing Rods during the night.

Date: Saturday Oct. 15th, 2016 7pm – 10:30pm

Address:

John Marshall House  818 E. Marshall St,  Richmond, VA 23219

A little History:

Home to “The Greatest Man Never to be President” for forty-five years.

Marshall is known as the “Definer of the Constitution”

He is credited with turning the Supreme Court into a powerful and respected third branch of government

With the largest collection of Marshall family pieces

And the largest collection of Richmond Federal period furnishings

In the heart of Richmond’s fashionable 19th century “Court End” district, John Marshall and his family lived in this large two story brick house from 1790 until his death in 1835.

Marshall is best known as the “Great Chief Justice” for his role in creating the modern Supreme Court. He served from 1801 until 1835 and his influential decisions such as Marbury v. Madison helped shape the principle of judicial review. Marshall was a true Founding Father, serving in local, state and national government as well as the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the United States Government. He was also well known locally as a leading member of Richmond society and a gracious and jovial host.

The property remained in the Marshall family until 1911 when it was sold to the City of Richmond, but the house was saved from demolition by local preservationists. The John Marshall House has been a museum since 1913 and contains the largest collection of furnishings and memorabilia associated with the Marshall’s family and career.

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Supernatural Encounters at Bacon’s Castle

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Bacon’s Castle, Bacon’s Castle Trail, Surry, VA

$42.00 per person  limited tickets available

This is a rare opportunity to Come along with Spirited History to explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround Bacon’s Castle.

During the event, participants will be investigating right along with seasoned Spirited History investigators utilizing information documenting Bacon’s Rebellion, Hankins family letters, poetry, and period music,  in order to trigger a paranormal response from the many spirits that may still linger at this historic location. In addition, participants will be participating in EVP sessions, a ghost box session, dowsing sessions, the use of a Mel-Meter, the use of a K-2 meter and EMF detector. Psychic Medium David Allen Brown will be on hand to connect with the many spirits at the site Spirited History will be sharing the paranormal activity their investigative group has documented at Bacon’s Castle which includes: EVPs, personal supernatural encounters, ghost box responses, dowsing responses, and equipment responses, and eerie photo anomalies.

This is a rare opportunity to have access to this location for a paranormal investigation. Get your tickets early as they are only a limited number available.

$42.00 per person  limited tickets available

A Little History Built in 1665, the house was home to a prosperous planter, Arthur Allen. The house passed to Major Arthur Allen at his father’s death. A supporter of the colonial governor and member of the House of Burgesses, Allen was driven from his house in 1676 when Nathaniel Bacon and men staged what came to be known as Bacon’s Rebellion.

The house had many owners throughout the eighteenth century. John Henry Hankins purchased the Castle in 1844 and later built a Greek Revival addition. This was the home to the Hankins family during the Civil War and was visited by well known poet Sidney Lanier.

Later in 1880, Charles Warren purchased the house. His grandson, Walker Pegram Warren lived in the house until his death in 1972. Through a purchase agreement, the APVA bought the house and began a research and restoration effort. The APVA opened Bacon’s Castle in 1983 to the public.

Supernatural accounts reported over the years includes a mysterious fireball that is said to appear, circle the cemetery, go into the house down one of the chimneys. Also, people have reported being touched by ghostly hands. Full body apparitions have been seen both inside the house and on the grounds. The teleportation of objects has been reported as well as phantom voices being heard when the site is closed, these are just a few of the supernatural accounts that have been reported at this incredibly historic location.

Be sure to bring your flashlights, cameras and recorders.

Please wear soft soled shoes.

Proceeds from the nights event are donated to Preservation Virginia.

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Love is in the Air at Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown

Spirited History Presents “Tokens of Love”

Join LeeAnne Ball, Historian and founder of Spirited History, as she explores the fascinating history and symbolism that surrounds love tokens.

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Photos from Mrs. Balls collection will be shown during the lecture as well as pieces from her personal collection that date back to the 15th century. Each participant will have their own opportunity to make their own love token to keep or share with someone special. Included in the event is a brief paranormal tour and audio session. During this session poetry and music will be utilized in hopes of connecting with the historic spirits at Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown.

Friday February 12th 2016     7pm – 10:30pm

Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown 

16120 Chiswell Ln, Beaverdam, VA 23015

Ticket sales are Closed for this event

For inquires email:  spiritedhistory@gmail.com

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Paranormal Investigation and it’s at The Grange

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Magnolia Grange is a lovely 1822 plantation that was the home to three prominent Chesterfield families.  This is a serious investigation, so be sure to bring your cameras, recorders and investigative equipment!

Join spirited History and investigate along with seasoned paranormal investigators as they uncover the supernatural activity that they have documented at the Magnolia Grange  Plantation.  (EVPS, full body apparitions, object manipulation, shadow entities, disembodied voices, residual and intelligent hauntings have all been documented at this historic location.

The event is limited to 20 participants, be sure to reserve your place before they are all gone!

Location: Magnolia Grange, 10020 Iron Bridge Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832

Date: Saturday, January 23, 2016      7pm-9pm

Price: $11 per person

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Spirited History Presents:

Supernatural Encounters at Bacon’s Castle

June 6th, 2015           7PM – 10:30PM

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Come along with Spirited History as you explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround Bacon’s Castle during its 350th anniversary.

During the event, participants will be investigating right along with seasoned Spirited History investigators utilizing information documenting Bacon’s Rebellion, several Hankins family letters and poetry, period music, and much more in order to trigger a paranormal response from the many spirits that may still linger at this historic location. In addition, participants will be participating in EVP sessions, a ghost box session, dowsing sessions, the use of a Mel-Meter, the use of a K-2 meter and EMF detector. Supernatural accounts reported over the years includes a mysterious fireball that is said to appear, circle the cemetery, go into the house down one of the chimneys. Also, people have reported being touched by ghostly hands. Full body apparitions have been seen inside the house and on the grounds. The teleportation of objects has been reported as well as phantom voices being heard when the site is closed, these are just a few of the supernatural accounts that have been documented at this incredibly historic location. During the event, Spirited History will be sharing the paranormal activity their investigative group has documented at Bacon’s Castle which includes: EVPs, personal supernatural encounters, ghost box responses, dowsing responses, and equipment responses, and eerie photo anomalies. A Little History Built in 1665, the house was home to a prosperous planter, Arthur Allen. The house passed to Major Arthur Allen at his father’s death. A supporter of the colonial governor and member of the House of Burgesses, Allen was driven from his house in 1676 when Nathaniel Bacon and men staged what came to be known as Bacon’s Rebellion. The house had many owners throughout the eighteenth century. John Henry Hankins purchased the Castle in 1844 and later built a Greek Revival addition. This was the home to the Hankins family during the Civil War and was visited by well known poet Sidney Lanier. Later in 1880, Charles Warren purchased the house. His grandson, Walker Pegram Warren lived in the house until his death in 1972. Through a purchase agreement, the APVA bought the house and began a research and restoration effort. The APVA opened Bacon’s Castle in 1983 to the public. This is a rare opportunity to have access to this location for a paranormal investigation. Get your tickets early as they are only a limited number available. Be sure to bring your flashlights, cameras and recorders.  Please wear soft soled shoes. Address:  Bacon’s Castle 465 Bacon’s Castle Trail Surry, VA 23883 Proceeds from the nights event are donated to Preservation Virginia Price: $42.00 per person

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Spirited History Presents:

Supernatural Encounters at Patrick Henrys Scotchtown

April 18th 2015             7PM – 10:30PM

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Come along with Spirited History as you explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround Patrick Henry‘s Scotchtown. This is a rare opportunity to have access to the interior, including the attic and basement, in order to conduct a paranormal investigation. Be sure to get you tickets early as there are only a limited number available.

Participants will be joining in right along with seasoned paranormal investigators in conducting EVP sessions, ghost box session, dowsing sessions, as well as using Mel-Meters,  K-2 meters and EMF detectors during the nights event. Reports of paranormal activity at Scotchtown over the years include the following: sightings of full body apparitions of both a woman and a young boy, disembodied voices, objects and furniture moved by unseen hands. Spirited History will share the paranormal experiences that team members and event participants have encountered during their investigations at this historic location. These experiences include: Recorded EVPS, shadow entities, flash light responses, K-2 activity, battery drain, disembodied voices and much more. Scotchtown is best known as the home of Patrick Henry during the tumultuous years leading up to the American Revolution. It was at Scotchtown that he formulated the ideas of his famous “Liberty or Death” speech and it was from this house that he rode to St. John’s Church in Richmond on March 23, 1775 to deliver it. Please bring your flashlights, digital recorders, cameras, and wear soft soled shoes. Proceeds from the nights event are donated to Preservation Virginia Address: Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown 16120 Chiswell Lane, Beaverdam, VA Price: $27.00 per person

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Saturday February 7th , 2015    

Historic Trinity Church  10111 Iron Bridge Road, Chesterfield, VA

8PM – 10PM       $22 per person

Spirited History Presents: “Tokens of Love”

30 a vintage-valentine victorian couple Please join Spirited History as we explore the fascinating history and symbolism that surrounds love tokens. Ms. Ball will be sharing her love token digital collection as well as bringing in pieces from her personal collection that date back to the 15th century. Those who attend this lecture will receive their own love token to give their hearts desire.

Spirited History Paranormal Investigators will be on hand to share several classic poems that center around love. During the reading of the passionate poetry, an audio session will be conducted to connect with the spirits that still linger at this incredible historic location. There will also be a opportunity for participants to investigate too!

Each time Spirited History investigates this location, we encounter some type of supernatural activity occurring! Join us to see what this passionate evening of love will stir-up!

Funds are donated to CHSVA for preservation.
Purchase Tickets: $22 per person

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Saturday January 24th, 2015    

Historic Trinity Church  10111 Iron Bridge Road, Chesterfield, VA

7PM – 9PM       $12 per person

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Spirited History Presents:

“Mourning and Funerary Customs of the Victorian Era”

This fascinating lecture explores the history and symbolic meanings behind the art of “ Mourning Traditions”, celebrating Memento Mori of the19th century, a tribute to the dead. Ms. Ball will also be sharing her digital and personal collection of these intricate pieces of art.

After the lecture there will be a mini paranormal investigation in the Historic Trinity Church. This site is very active with supernatural activity including:

Shadow people encountered in several areas of the building, EVP’s collected, DV”s  heard (Disembodied Voices), K-2 interactions, cold spots, teleportation of objects, dowsing as wells as ghost box responses, and much more. Attend to see what you might encounter at this incredible historic location in Chesterfield County.

Funds are donated to CHSVA for preservation.

Purchase Tickets: $12 per person

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When: Friday, October 24, 7pm – 10pm

Where: Historic Trinity Church, 10111 Ironbridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832

Join Spirited History and the Chesterfield County Historical Society of Virginia and spend an evening on the historic Courthouse Green discovering the haunting history surrounding Chesterfield. Take a guided lantern tour of the grounds and hear ghostly tales from long ago. Historical vignettes will be set up on the Courthouse Green, in the Chesterfield Museum and the historic 1892 Jail. 

Talk to paranormal investigators from Spirited History at the old historic Trinity Church and learn about their recent investigations. Investigators will sharing their ghostly experiences-EVPS- Photos and Video! 

Psychic Medium David Allen Brown will be on hand to connect with spirits of the night!

This program will be fun for the entire family and refreshments will be served.

Space is limited, pre-registration is required in advance. Haunted Courthouse Green tours on the hour (Historic Trinity Church)$5/Adult​, $2/Child (8+),

Register at www.chesterfiel​dhistory.com

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Oct. 4th  Sat. Ghostly Encounters at Patrick Henrys Scotchtown

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7PM – 10:30PM           $27.00 Per person

The interior of Patrick Henry’s home Scotchtown, will be open to the public for paranormal investigation . Join Spirited History as you explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround this historic location.

A few of the reports of paranormal activity that many have experienced at Scotchtown over the years are: sightings of full body apparitions of both a woman and a young boy, disembodied voices, objects and furniture moved by unseen hands. Each participant will be one of the investigators during the event joining in during the EVP sessions, dowsing sessions, using a Mel-Meter, K-2 meter, laser grid, EMF detector and much more. Scotchtown is best known as the home of Patrick Henry during the tumultuous years leading up to the American Revolution. It was at Scotchtown that he formulated the ideas of his famous “Liberty or Death” speech and it was from the house that he rode to St. John’s Church in Richmond on March 23, 1775 to deliver it. Built around 1720 by Charles Chiswell, Scotchtown is architecturally unique. It features eight large rooms and a central passage below a large, undivided attic. The house is surrounded by reproduction outbuildings and gardens. Ticket must be purchased prior to day of event. Please be sure to bring your digital cameras and recorders. Funds collected are donated to Preservation Virginia. Location: Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown 16120 Chiswell Lane, Beaverdam, VA 23015 

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October Library Lecture Dates

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Oct. 7th Bon Air Library Lecture 10:30AM

Oct. 8th Midlothian Library Lecture 10:30AM

Oct. 21st Chester Library Lecture 10:30AM

Oct. 25th LaPrade Library Lecture 10:30AM

Oct 18th Mystery Day at Hampton Public Library Spirited History Lecture 2PM

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September Spirited History Event Dates

September 20th Court House Green and Old 1892 Jail Tour and Investigation

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8PM-10PM $20 per person

To Purchase tickets and for more information:

http://www.chesterfieldhistory.com/Spirited%20History/Spirited%20History_Paranormal%20Tours.html _______________________________________________________________________________________

July 12th Magnolia Grange Plantation Chesterfield County VA

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Paranormal Investigation Basic Techniques 101 Workshop

7PM-9PM $10 per person

To purchase tickets and for more information: http://www.chesterfieldhistory.com/Spirited%20History/Spirited%20History_Paranormal_Workshop.html

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June and July Library Lecture Dates

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June 18th North Ave Library Richmond VA Lecture 1PM

June 25th Main Library Richmond VA Lecture 3PM

July 2nd   Ginter Park Library Richmond VA Lecture 3PM

July 16th     WestEnd Library   Richmond  VA Lecture 4PM

July 23rd  Broadrock Library   Richmond VA lecture 3PM 

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Past Spirited History Events

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June 21st Court House Green and Old 1892 Jail Tour and Investigation

8-10PM $20 per person

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Spirited History Presents:

An Evening of Paranormal Investigation at the Historic Weems-Botts Museum

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Saturday June 14th 2014  7:00PM – 10:30PM

Tickets: $22 per person        Recommended for ages 18 and up

This location has been featured on: “My Ghost Story” on the BIO Channel

Have you ever wondered what spirits reside in the historic Weems-Botts Museum and Museums Annex House? Here is your opportunity to find out the thrilling history and paranormal encounters that have occurred at theses historic locations in Dumfries VA. The event will provide a brief presentation that includes: History of the location. Listening to the EVPS that have been collected. The paranormal encounters that have been reported and recorded at the locations. After a brief introduction, Spirited History will take you on a paranormal investigation inside both the Weems-Botts Museum and the Museums Annex House. This is a very active location for both residual and interactive (intelligent) activity, and one that is rich for EVPs! Please wear soft soled shoes, (athletic shoes are highly recommended), bring flashlights, cameras, and voice recorders. Parking: Along side Merchant Park Address: Weems-Botts Museum, 3944 Cameron St, Dumfries, VA 22026 Proceeds from ticket sales are donated to the historic location for preservation. Purchase Tickets: $22.00 per person __________________________________________________________________________________

An Evening with Psychic Medium David Allen Brown Connecting with Spirit

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Renowned Psychic Medium, David Allen Brown will be giving a Lecture, Gallery Reading, and Paranormal Investigation with Spirited History Investigations at Magnolia Grange Plantation. The gift shop will be open from 6:30PM- 7PM. A portion of the nights proceeds donated to the Revive Magnolia Grange Plantation Campaign. When: Saturday April 12th      6:30PM – 10:30PM Location: Magnolia Grange Plantation 10020 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832 Ticket Price: $46.00 per person   Tickets must be purchased prior to the day of the event To Purchase Tickets: At Door Exact Amount Cash Only

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 OCTOBER 2013 EVENTS

Ghostly Encounters at the Historic Weems-Botts Museum

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Spirited History Presents:

An Evening of Paranormal Investigation at the Historic Weems-Botts Museum

 Saturday October 12th 2013      7:30PM – 10:30PM

 Tickets: $22 per person       Recommended for ages 18 and up

 This location was featured on this seasons: ” My Ghost Story” on the BIO Channel

Have you ever wondered what spirits reside in the historic Weems-Botts Museum and Museums Annex House? Here is your opportunity to find out the thrilling history and paranormal encounters that have occurred at theses historic locations in Dumfries VA. The event begins with a presentation that includes: a brief history of the locations, listening to the EVPS that have been collected by Spirited History while investigating these historic sites, as well as the paranormal encounters that have been reported and recorded at both the Weems-Botts Museum and the Museum Annex House. After this brief introduction to the historic locations, Spirited History will take you on a paranormal investigation inside both the Weems-Botts Museum and the Museums Annex House. This is a very active location for both residual and interactive (intelligent) activity, and one that is rich for EVPs! Please wear soft soled shoes, (athletic shoes are highly recommended), bring flashlights, cameras, and voice recorders. Parking: Along side Merchant Park. Please meet at the gazebo in Merchant Park.  (Look for the Spirited History sign.) Tickets must be purchased prior to the day of the event. To purchase tickets: Price: $22.00 per person sold out ______________________________________________________________________ Saturday Oct. 5th 10AM-5PM  Monster Fest 2013 monsterfest header Spirited History will be presenting a lecture on: “ Mourning and Memorial Photography“. mourning women They will also have a vendor table at this event. Monster Fest is the annual one-day horror convention held at the Chesapeake Central Library in Virginia for fans of classic horror in film and literature. Begun in 2003 by Rob Floyd and artist Clayton Sayre, Monster Fest is a day of vendors, panel discussions, special guests, a costume contest, trick-or-treating for all kids in costume, and a horror movie marathon! For more information: http//:www.monsterfestva.com/ _____________________________________________________________________________   Richmond Public Libraries

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Spirited History Lecture Series: “Seek the Unknown @ Your Library”

Learn about Richmond-area ghosts and things that go bump in the night with the paranormal investigation team, Spirited History. They specialize in using history to trigger otherworldly activity and will share ghost hunting gadgets and experiences! Recommended for ages 13 and up” Wednesday Oct.16th West End Branch 6PM Saturday Oct. 19th  East End Branch 2PM Wednesday Oct. 23rd Belmont Branch  6PM Monday Oct. 28th North Ave. Branch 6PM _______________________________________________________________________________ Thursday Oct. 24th 6PM-9PM Poe Museum Halloween Un-Happy Hour poe ` Enjoy an October evening in the Enchanted Garden with live music, performances, and more. Don’t forget to wear a costume. Spirited History will be in the Exhibit Building on the second floor sharing their EVPS, ghostly tales, and paranormal experiences.  For more information: http://www.poemuseum.org/ _______________________________________________________________________________ Friday Oct. 25th 7PM-10PM Spirited History Radio Broadcasting live from: Magnolia Grange Plantation Haunted Lantern Tour cropped-1-z-magnolina-Paul-M-Kane-photo-DAvid-Allan-Browncropped.jpg Spend an evening at Magnolia Grange and discover the haunting history of Chesterfield. Take a guided tour of the house and grounds and hear ghost stories from long ago. Talk to Paranormal Investigators from Spirited History and learn what they discovered at the site. This program will be fun for the entire family. Children’s take home activities provided. Refreshments will be served. Space is limited, pre registration required in advance. Cost: $5 per adult; $2 per child 8 and older. Scheduled tours on the hour, 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Magnolia Grange 10020 Iron Bridge Road Chesterfield, VA 23832 To Purchase tickets and for more information: 804-796-7121       _________________________________________________________________________

PAST SPIRITED HISTORY EVENTS

Paranormal Techniques Workshop 102 cropped-1-z-magnolina-Paul-M-Kane-photo-DAvid-Allan-Browncropped.jpg Feb. 23rd, 2013           7PM-9PM           $10 per person Magnolia Grange Plantation  10020 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA During this workshop we will be covering the following information:  History  of EVP    EVP Technology      EVP Techniques      EVP Analysis  And a Brief EVP Session/Investigation Please bring your digital and/or analogue recorders, laptops. and/or Ipads. To purchase tickets go to the Chesterfield County Historical Society of Virginia website: http://www.chesterfieldhistory.com/Spirited%20History/Spirited%20History_Paranormal_Magnolia%20Grange.html   __________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Hey gang! Be sure to get your tickets now before they sell out!!! Spirited History will be there…will you? To purchase tickets go to: www.phenomevents.com

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Spirited History EVP Workshop

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1892 Historic Jail

Date: Sept. 29th 2012     Time: 7PM-9PM      Cost:$10.00

Location: 1892 Historic Jail

Address: 6819 Mimms Loop

Chesterfield County, VA 23832

Please join CBS Radio’s The New Sky’s Spirited History as they conduct an informative workshop that will focus on the history of EVP, electronic voice phenomena, and the different classifications in this type of research. You will learn how to collect ghostly voices from the past by using the proper marking techniques of sounds during audio sessions,  how to use audio programs with your EVP sessions, how to conduct a sound study, and different interview techniques . At the end of the workshop participants will have an opportunity to engage in an EVP session at one of Chesterfield Counties haunted locations, the 1892 Historic Jail. This workshop is suitable for ages 8 to adult.  Children must be accompanied by an adult. Monies collected are donated to Chesterfield County Historical Society of VA.

To purchase tickets: 804-796-7121

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Unmasking the Djinn/Shadow People

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Rosemary Ellen Guiley

(Seen on SyFy’s Haunted Collector)

The Djinn are a little-known race of beings who live in a parallel dimension and have great supernatural powers  and a keen interest in human beings that at times may be not so friendly. Rosemary Ellen Guiley explains why the entity we often dismiss as the genie in the bottle is a powerful being behind many of our paranormal experiences and contacts, from angels and fairies to demons, ETs, Shadow People and even cryptids or mysterious creatures. Learn about the origins of Djinn, their characteristics, and how to recognize and respond to them.

Rosemary Ellen Guiley is a leading expert on the paranormal. She is the author of more than 50 books and hundreds of articles on a wide variety of topics, including “The Vengeful Djinn: Unmasking the Hidden Agenda of Genies”, and” The Encyclopedia of Demons & Demonology”. Guiley conducts original field investigations and research of haunted and mysterious places; spirit communications; and entity contact experiences.

Her websites are:

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Vengeful Djinn

Date:  Friday Sept. 21st 2012  7PM – 8PM

Location:

Magnolia Grange Plantation

10020 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832

Price: $13.00

 Tickets can be purchased at 6:30PM  Night of the Event – Cash or Check only 

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Spirited History Historic and Paranormal Tour

Magnolia Grange Plantation

Saturday Sept. 15th 2012     8PM – 10PM     $20.00 per person

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10020 Iron Bridge Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832

Join Spirited History as they uncover the fascinating history and paranormal activity that has been reported at this beautiful architectural plantation home. Attend and listen to the ghostly voices from the past that has been recorded by  Spirited History Investigations. Funds collected are donated to the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia for preservation.

To purchase tickets: 804-796-7121

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 Paranormal Investigation Inside Bacon’s Castle

Date: July 28th, 2012

Ticket Price Before July 21st is $22.00

Ticket Price After July 21st is $32.00

Funds collected are donated to Preservation Virginia

Time: 7:30PM – 10:30PM

Do you love watching ghost hunting shows on TV? Have you ever wanted to experience for yourself what it is like to investigate the paranormal? Join Spirited History Investigations  as you explore and uncover the many haunting tales that surround Bacon‘s Castle.  Spirited History is a local paranormal team and radio show on CBS The New Sky Radio and Para-X.com Fridays at 9PM. Evidence of paranormal activity will be presented before the investigation.

Evidence of Bacon’s Castle paranormal activity that Spirited History Investigations has collected will be presented before the investigation.

Be sure to bring your flashlights, cameras and recorders.  Please wear soft soled shoes. The gift shop will also be open. Please help and support our historic sites.

Date: July 28th, 2012

Time: 7:30PM – 10:30PM

Ticket Price Before July 21st is $22.00

Ticket Price After July 21st is $32.00

Funds collected are donated to Preservation Virginia

 

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Built in 1665, the house was home to a prosperous planter, Arthur Allen. The house passed to Major Arthur Allen at his father’s death. A supporter of the colonial governor and member of the House of Burgess’s, Allen was driven from his house in 1676 when Nathaniel Bacon and men staged what came to be known as Bacon’s Rebellion.

Supernatural Accounts

We will be sharing our investigation results complete with EVPS, personal experiences, flashlight communication session and K-2 responses captured on video as well as several ghostly photos.

A mysterious fireball is said to appear, circle the cemetery, go into the house disappearing down one of the chimneys. People have felt as is they are being touched in certain areas of the structure. Full body apparitions, teleportation of objects, phantom voices are just a few of the supernatural accounts at this spirited site.

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