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Big River Paranomal
| JOIN BIG RIVER PARANORMAL TO VISIT GHOSTS AT OLD IDAHO PENITENTIARY |
July 25th, 2017
Grab your ghost gear and head to the Old Idaho Penitentiary with Big River Paranormal! See if you can hear whisperings from former inmates, or glimpse ghosts of the past among the corridors.
Big River Paranormal
On Friday, July 28th, from 9pm to 2am, investigators will roam the Old Idaho Penitentiary with the hopes of a paranormal visit. Big River Paranormal, a team that serves Oregon, Idaho, and Washington, helps those who are experiencing paranormal events and serves to educate others about the paranormal.
You’ll be joining with these professionals to investigate five to seven buildings within the penitentiary, spending about 30 to 40 minutes in each building. Big River Paranormal will provide an orientation, and can offer tips on how to find evidence of paranormal activity. Attendees will be divided into groups of 10 to 12 people.
What to Bring
Bring a camera, recording device, an EMF meter (measures the electromagnetic field), and a flashlight. Lighting will be limited and you may be asked to turn off your flashlight during certain times. If you want to use an Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) app on your phone, you must bring headphones to use with it.
Remember, this is a paranormal investigation, not a ghost tour!
Attendees must be at least 18 years old (bring valid ID) and tickets are $35. You can purchase tickets here.
Can’t make it on Friday, July 28th? You can join the team on August 11th to visit the ghosts!
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