Class Offered on Discovering the Paranormal
Join author Greg Latimer for an education on discovering the paranormal during a program with Boothbay Region Adult & Community Education on Thursday, November 7. The session will include theories and practices, use of equipment, examination of photos, and videos of active paranormal explorations in Maine and elsewhere, including the Johnny Cash house in Jamaica.
Some of the photos and videos present very compelling evidence of phenomena that defy explanation through known science.
A portion of the proceeds from the class will go to benefit repair work taking place at Burnt Island Light. During the class, Latimer will describe eyewitness descriptions of paranormal activity at the lighthouse and island.
Latimer is the author of Ghosts of the Boothbay Region and Haunted Damariscotta as well as the research director of MysteriousDestinationsMagazine.com, an online publication that explores mysteries throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean. He is an award winning investigative reporter and a former police evidence photographer who has transferred this skill set into exploring the paranormal in a logical, level-headed fashion.
Latimer and Sally Lobkowicz, Director of Red Cloak Haunted History Tours, have recently returned from a two-month research expedition for MysteriousDestinationsMagazine.com that covered 12 states, 21 cities and 108 mysterious destinations. Latimer will discuss some of the highlights from that trip.
The class will be held at Boothbay Region High School, located at 236 Townsend Avenue in Boothbay Harbor from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Space is limited, so early registration is recommended through Boothbay Region Adult & Community Education at 207-633-3224 or online at boothbayae.maineadulted.org and enter paranormal in the search tool. The class fee is $24 per person.
For more information on Greg Latimer, he may be contacted at 207-380-9912 or email@example.com/