Event: E. Massey Presents Paranormal & Psychic Weekends – Easton PA Sept 27th-29th

 

Paranormal & Psychic Weekends – Easton PA

Sept 27th-29th

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Join Author and Witch E. Massey, along with special guests and local Easton businesses for a unique Paranormal and Psychic experience in Downtown Easton PA.

Historic Downtown Easton will be the center for our biggest Paranormal & Psychic Weekends yet. Participate in various experiences throughout this very haunted and charming town.

Weekend Events:

Paranormal Investigations at two locations-

One the first night of the weekend join E. Massey along with the Paranormal Spirit Finders for mini-investigation of the Three Birds Coffee house, a former Funeral Home from the 1800’s.

Then on the second night, Lehigh Valley’s most haunted location, The State Theater Center for the Arts with celebrity guest investigator, Mark Keyes and Virginiarose Centrillo of the Travel Channel’s series, Paranormal 911 and Destination America’s The Haunted.

Gallery Style Psychic Dinner

Historic Ghost Walk

Paranormal Presentations and Talks

Book Signings

Meet & Greets

Psychic and Tarot Readings by well-known Psychics and Mediums

and much more..

Tickets are limited and will sell out fast!!

Ticket Options & Price Information:

VIP PASS $165 +tx&fees ONLY 5 AVAILABLE   -Purchase NOW!!

Includes entrance to all events of the weekend, One Reading with a Psychic of your choice, Early entrance to State Theater to work with one of our investigators before the investigation, VIP table seating at Psychic Dinner, Special photo ops and more.

All Access Weekend Pass $140 +tx&fees -Purchase NOW!!

Friday Events Only $45 +tx&fees -Purchase NOW!!

Saturday Events Only $55 +tx&fees -Purchase NOW!!

Sunday Events Only $50 +tx&fees -Purchase NOW!!

Program Schedule:

Friday 6pm –8pm Wine Tasting Social Mixer with PSF at Uwine with Art (21+ Only)

Friday 8:00pm – 9:00pm Historic Ghost Walk benefiting the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society Sigal Museum

Friday 9pm-11pm Mini-Paranormal Investigation at Three Birds Coffee House

Saturday 10am-12pm Psychic and Paranormal Team Meet and Greet at Three Birds Coffee House

Saturday 2:00pm – 5:00pm One on One Readings at Auset Gypsy Metaphysical Emporium (Extra Charges Apply)

Saturday 7:00pm – 8:00pm Mark Keyes and Virginiarose Centrillo Paranormal Talk and Book Signing at Auset Gypsy Metaphysical Emporium

Saturday 9:30 – 10pm Paranormal Investigation Presentation at the State Theater

Saturday 10pm -2am Paranormal Investigation at the State Theater with Mark Keyes, Virginiarose Centrillo, Paranormal Spirit Finders, G-K2 Paranormal, and Lady D

Sunday 11am-1pm One on One Readings at Auset Gypsy Metaphysical Emporium (Extra Charges Apply)

Sunday 2:00pm-5:00pm Gallery style Psychic Dinner With Psychic Medium Lady D at Black & Blue Restaurant

Special Guests:

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Mark Keyes

Mark was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania. His interest in the paranormal began in his teenage years when he had what he believes may have been a paranormal experience. Mark graduated from Wilkes University in 1992 with a degree in psychology and is a former State Police Criminal Investigator with 25 years experience as a State Trooper. In late 2007, Mark and his wife Lauren founded The Pennsylvania Paranormal Association, a resolution based paranormal group, to study paranormal phenomena and help resolve hauntings for clients. Mark has been featured for his expertise various television series including Destination America’s, THE HAUNTED, Travel Channel’s, PARANORMAL SURVIVOR, HAUNTED HOSPITALS and PARANORMAL 911, and hosted the PARANORMAL SCIENCE talk-show on WILK Newsradio 103.1FM in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania area. Mark has assisted in the development of many paranormal teams in the United States and abroad.

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Virginiarose Centrillo has worked PPA and other Paranormal Teams throughout her career. Contributed insights to “The Upper Darby Poltergeist”, by former Mark Keyes. Virginiarose has worked many hauntings, readings, and lectures. She’s so renowned for her gifts, they call her ‘The House Whisperer”. She’s been featured in several episodes of Destination America’s “The Haunted”

 

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Gary & Kristin of G-K2 Paranormal

G-K2 Paranormal have been investigating the paranormal for 5+ years throughout Pennsylvania. They have assisted many local groups at some of the most haunted locations in PA.

 

 

 

 

 

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Jim Smith & The Paranormal Spirit Finders

The Paranormal Spirit Finders have been investigating the paranormal since 2013 in many areas within Pennsylvania. Founded by head investigators, Jim Smith and Nolan Fry, PSF have investigated private residences, restaurants, hotels, graveyards, old burial grounds, historical sites, and even an old quarry. Much of the team consists of hobbyists, historians, spiritualists, psychics, and even skeptics, together they work on getting to the bottom of every experience.

 

 

 

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Lady D

Lady D is professional Psychic Medium and Paranormal Investigator who has been helping both the living and the dead for over 25 years. As a historian for major Cemetery in Morristown, NJ, Lady D is exceptionally knowledgeable about headstone symbolism, funerary and burial rites. She also serves the Iron Garden as Host & Resident Psychic.

 

 

Location Information:

Three Birds Coffee House

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Bull Mansion, built in 1862, is most famously known as the home of James Bull, co-owner of the Bush & Bull department store, and his family. Originally consisting of a simple stone building dating to the early 19th century, and later expanded into a tenement house, Bull bought the property in 1878 and vastly expanded the structure into a luxurious home by 1886. The exquisite interior details reflect James and his wife Mary’s considerable wealth and taste for the arts. Lovers of Victorian architecture and design will notice many Eastlake, Queen Anne, and Aesthetic touches in the mansion, including graceful wooden arches, delicate stained glass windows, and ornate cast metal fixtures, the vast majority of which are original and survive in excellent condition. The Bush & Bull department store was a fixture in downtown Easton until the 1930s, and at its peak contained over 35 departments and employed up to 300 people. The mansion stayed in the Bull family until 1943, after which it passed through several phases, including a long tenure as a funeral home, a very brief tenure as a movie set, an eloquent turn as a piano concert hall, and as a witness to many births as well as deaths. After an extensive renovation and restoration project, it is now the home of ThreeBirds Coffee House.

 

The State Theater Center for the Arts

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 Originally opened as a bank, and then reopened as Neumeyers Vaudeville House in 1910, the building dates back to 1873. In 1926, the building was renovated into The State Theater. Since the 1960s and 70s, as the theater was on the decline, workers and patrons began to spot a mysterious figure wandering about the property. “Fred’s” first appearances caused quite a stir. Staff complained of seeing a strange man loitering in the theater and disappearing through doors. Concerned employees called the police several times. Each time the police found nothing, although the police dogs appeared agitated when in the theater. A local theater historian identified the figure as the ghost of J. Fred Ostertock, the man who managed the theater from 1936 until his death 1957. It’s believed that he reappeared in the 1970s to oversee renovation efforts and to watch over the staff.

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More Info Coming Soon!

 

Accommodations:

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2415 Nazareth Rd., Rt. 22 Ex. 25th Street, Easton, PA, 18045, US
Phone: (610) 253-0546 Fax: (610) 252-8952
We have secured special rates for the weekend just for Paranormal & Psychic Weekends Ticketholders
Single & Double Rooms ONLY $70 a night
Let them know you are with the event when making reservations.
Amenities
– Free hot breakfast
– Free WiFi
– Exercise room
– Free weekday newspaper
– Free coffee
All guest rooms include TVs, hair dryers, coffee makers, irons, ironing boards, microwaves and refrigerators.
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Children and Samhain

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The Halloween season for children and adults alike is a very sensory time of year. With costume parades, haunted hay rides, the thrill of wearing big comfy sweat shirts, the scuffing of feet on the way to school or work, the smell of autumn fires and my favorite the pumpkin spice coffee and treats popping up everywhere: all these things mean autumn and activate our senses in amazing ways. This time of year not only activates our muggle senses but our spiritual ones as well. We all know that this time of the year the veil becomes thinner, and it seems to be thinning earlier and earlier every year. I really believe this is due to ourselves, the Witch and non Witch collectively putting out it into the universe. With the department stores putting out decorations and supplies as early as Labor Day and with more and more emphasis on parties, costumes, and decorations growing each year we are bringing the underworld ever more closer. If you haven’t noticed, this holiday has become enormously popular, and even other related holidays, such as Mexico’s Dios de la Muerte (“The Day of the Dead”) are receiving more notice too. Television networks are showing horror films and Halloween sitcoms all month-long. All this unintentional intent is being put out in to the universe causing us to open the gates earlier for our beloved dead and wandering spirits to cross. If we are as adults experiencing this hyper-activity of spirits and spiritual occurrences, than children are definitely as well.

Since Samhain is the time when our ancestors may find it easiest to visit us, you can have your children ask for dreams about people they know who have passed on. If you think this will frighten your child, by all means don’t do it. But if your child has fond memories of a grandparent or other relative who has died, you can have them ask to be visited in their dreams. Tell them that their relative loves them very much and would like to see them and maybe give them advice. Suggest that they can tell their relative about any accomplishments or big events that have happened recently. As they lie in bed to fall asleep, help them say aloud that they would like to dream about a certain person. Have them focus on their memories of that person as they fall asleep.

If this is something that you or your child is uncomfortable with, there are many ways to celebrate the season. Remember that children often will not fully understand how you view this time of year especially when there is so much going on around them. I have found it best to separate the concepts of Halloween and Samhain. Although they are tied together in history and practice for children Halloween is Halloween; let them dress up and trick-or-treat. However, after they’ve collected all their candy, be sure that they leave a few pieces for the ancestors, as an offering.

Holding a family ritual is another great way for children to understand the spiritual aspects of the holiday. Keep it simple by doing the prep work ahead of time. You might want to create rituals about whatever you and your children might want to lett go of, be that a loved one, warm days, or a beloved summer shirt.

If your family doesn’t have an altar for Samhain, set one up before you begin. Better yet, let the kids help you put things on it. Feel free to raid your Halloween decorations for ghosts, Witches, skulls, and bats. Have fun with it.

One thing I have done in the past for a family Samhain ritual was to create a strand of dried apple slices to decorate an altar. We included a slice for all of our family or friends who have past. This became a great opportunity to talk about offerings.

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Other seasonal activities that can provide “teachable moments:

Make a besom, or Witch’s broom.

Make resolutions, write them on a small piece of paper and bury them. This is similar to New Year’s resolutions; as for many Samhain is seen as the Witches New Year.

Have a family dinner setting a chair and meal for the dead, a less complex dumb supper.

Pumpkin carving is a traditional good activity to do on Samhain with children, as carved gourds originated with our Celtic ancestors.

Samhain is a great time to spend time with our loved ones who are still alive, too. Visiting your elderly relatives is an especially good way to celebrate, as they can probably tell you all sorts of fun stories about their childhood and what their parents and grandparents were like. If you don’t have any family close by, consider visiting a nursing home, perhaps in costume. Most nursing home residents love seeing children, and would probably get a kick out of seeing their Halloween costumes.

Make a Witches’ cord as an expression of what you hope to manifest in the year ahead.

Introduce different forms of divination. Samhain is seen as the beginning of the Pagan year; divination was usually done to see the future of the coming year. One practice that was always done in my family was to give the gift of tarot. I received my first deck on Samhain 30 years ago.

The point is don’t just create seasonal memories but lay the foundation for spiritual growth as well.  Happy Samhain!!

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Don’t forget to check out The Hierophant – Opening This Samhain.

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