Phenomenology 102 paranormal conference to be held at Gettysburg's Eisenhower Hotel
Four-day conference will feature TV's top paranormal investigators
(Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) - 2/2/2010
North Eastern Paranormal Investigations
The North Eastern Paranormal Investigations organization will host “Phenomenology 102,” a paranormal conference featuring four days of speakers, vendors and investigations, on March 25-28, 2010. This event will be the largest on the East Coast to gather the top professionals in the paranormal community, organizers said.
The event – held at Gettysburg’s Eisenhower Hotel – will feature celebrity paranormal investigators including psychics Chip Coffee and Chris Fleming, demonologist John Zaffis, investigators Brad and Barry Klinge from “Ghost Lab,” Britt Griffith and Amy Bruni from “Ghost Hunters,” Patrick Burns from “Haunting Evidence,” and EVP specialists Mark and Debby Constantino.
In addition, the Phenomenology conference will feature investigations and some of Gettysburg’s most haunted homes and attractions including the Farnsworth House, Jenny Wade House, Eisenhower Farmhouse, Fairfield Inn, General Lee’s Headquarters and the Civil War Orphanage.
Tickets for the conference are $175, and included the celebrity meet-and-greet, access to all lectures, access to the vendor exhibits and breakfast at the Eisenhower Hotel on Friday and Saturday. Tickets do not include, however, investigations and accommodations. Lodging is available for a conference price of $99 per night at the Eisenhower Hotel.
Tickets for investigations can be purchased separately for $36 for a half-night, $74 for a full night.
For more on the event, visit www.phenomenology102.northeasternparanormal.org.
The Eisenhower Hotel is located at 2634 Emmitsburg Road (Business Route 15), south of Historic Gettysburg, Pa. For more information on the Eisenhower Hotel, call (717) 334-8121 or visit www.eisenhower.com.