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October 13, 2006

Ghost Hunter to investigate ULM campus Oct. 30

In the spirit of Halloween, the Office of Student Life and Leadership will host Ghost Hunter Ross Allison on the ULM campus Monday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. The event begins at Stubbs Hall, room 100.

The Ghost Hunter’s visit includes a two-hour presentation and a one- to two-hour thorough investigation of the campus for paranormal hauntings and ghosts.

Allison is the founding President of AGHOST, reportedly the largest, most active ghost-hunting group in the Northwest using scientific methods to study their subject. His interest began with ghost stories told by his mother, and eventually led to the organization of the Seattle based group, which has hosted training sessions, expeditions and investigations into the paranormal for five years.

Allison conducts classes at the college level on such topics as Ghostology and Psychic Development. He also lectures nationwide on ghosts and the paranormal. He has been a presence on television, radio and in the press concerning ghost hunting.

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