Saturday, November 26, 2022

December 3 - The 'Science' of the Paranormal

Presented by Bryan Bonner and Bob Lewis from Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society for a look into researching claims of the paranormal. They will be presenting their lecture virtually.

Central Library
Barbara M. Donnellan Auditorium
1015 North Quincy Street
Arlington, VA [map] [directions]
(Virginia Square-GMU Metro station)
FREE admission – Everyone welcome, members and non-members 

  Also a YouTube Live Event with Q and A 

NCASVideo YouTube Channel:
Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society is a group that has served the general public nationwide. On a daily basis, their professional team is contacted by real people who are frightened by weird and sometimes terrifying occurrences that happen in their businesses and homes. It is their mission to help these people, and to educate the public. This is achieved through humor, creativity and compassion. For over two decades Rocky Mountain Paranormal has examined a wide range of reported paranormal phenomena, including ghosts, poltergeists, psychics, UFOs, conspiracy theories, urban legends, cryptids, and much more. Unlike others in the field, they have made sure not to run around cemeteries, screaming and scaring the group with over‐active imaginations. From the field to the lab, they test bizarre beliefs and practices, conduct experiments and on‐site investigations, and recreate unusual events. They have confronted hauntings, Ouija board activity, levitation, psychic readings, alien abductions, and telephones that try to talk to the dead. With extensive experience and training, using a collection of equipment and the most important tool--critical thinking--they utilize stage magic, mentalism, history, and science to seek the evidence to solve the mysteries and close the cases. Their work has earned the respect of believers and skeptics alike, and earned the fear of fraudsters and charlatans.