The word paranormal covers such a wide range of topics and doesn't just mean ghosts. There are more and more people in today's new age who are becoming like-minded with the world of the paranormal, says Linda Rafuse, director of the Queens County Museum in Liverpool.
With this in mind, Spirit Speaks will be held on May 6 at the Queens Museum of Justice in Liverpool with psychic/medium, spirit photographer and author, Dorothy Turk from Hastings, Ont.
Turk will be presenting a PowerPoint of photographs and explanations of pictures she has captured with her camera of spirit, says Rafuse. She will also be giving gallery readings to selected members in the audience as messages come through to her from the other side. Turk is also an author, so will have her book available for sale.
“Dorothy is a personal friend of one of our staff members, and she is planning a vacation to the area in May to visit with friends,” says Rafuse.
As she would be in the area, Turk kindly offered to do a shared fundraiser for the Queens County Museum. Rafuse says many of the staff at the museum are members of Liverpool's local paranormal group and believe that promotion and education are important for the understanding of the paranormal world.
“We enjoy putting on events for the like-minded of the community and surrounding area, and it's a bit of a different and fun fundraiser for us,” says Rafuse.
Stay tuned for details on an event called Paranormal Investigations for the public to attend this summer.
Admission to Spirit Speaks is $20 per person. Tickets are not available at the door and must be reserved by calling the Queens County Museum at 902-354-4058 to reserve your ticket.
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