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Thursday July 30th, 2015

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The first Rose City Paracon conference is being held this September at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites.

The event is being hosted by local investigative groups, High Spirits Paranormal and Razor Paranormal, and features an array of paranormal and UFO speakers from Canada and the United States.

“Whether you are a paranormal enthusiast, you’ve experienced strange phenomena, or you are simply curious about the unknown, this conference is an event that you don’t want to miss,” said John White, spokesperson and a co-presenter of Rose City Paracon.

Speakers include Ben Hansen of “Fact or Faked:Paranormal Files,” Katrina Weidman of “Paranormal State,” Jeff Belanger, writer and researcher for “Ghost Adventures” and UFO researcher and writers Michelle McKay and Bob Mitchell along with other noted speakers from the paranormal world.

Topics presented by the guest speakers will cover everything from ghosts and hauntings to psychics and mediums and UFO sightings and research.

“Quite often when I tell people that I investigate claims of paranormal activity they look at me for a moment like I’ve lost my mind,” White said. “But then practically everyone will share with me an amazing story of their own that almost defies belief.

“This is exactly why a paranormal conference of this nature is needed in Windsor. It opens the doors for everyone with an interest in the paranormal to come out and share their own personal experiences or to ask questions without fear of being judged or frowned upon. There will be plenty of knowledgeable people at the Paracon who can help provide answers to what may seem like bizarre questions.”

Speakers will be available for a meet and greet throughout the day in addition to a Q & A following their presentations. There will also be a vendors area.

Its takes place on Saturday, September 26th from 8am to 7pm. Tickets are limited so those interested in attending are encouraged to order their tickets in advance online. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to W.E. Care for Kids. Ticket information can be found online here.

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