|Book launch at Old South Meeting House|
Adam Berry, who was on assignment with Syfy's Ghost Hunters in Upstate New York and a paranormal resource for the Cambridge Haunts script, drove in and joined the festivities at what is considered the epicenter of the country's Freedom of Speech movement. Ben Franklin was baptized in this building. It's also the birthplace of the American Revolution.
|Dan Blakeslee as Dr. Gasp|
Scott Trainito and Mike Baker, the lead investigators of Para-Boston, kicked off the panel discussion and gave a scientific spin on alleged paranormal activity in the historic building and chatted about their approach to investigating. Their findings? The Para-Boston team did record an EVP (electromagnetic voice phenomenon) of a male voice saying, "Who's there?" There were also first-hand accounts of chains rattling in the lower area of the OSMH and a bizarre recording anomaly coming from the building's steeple.
|Adam Berry from Syfy's Ghost Hunters|
|Ashley is your weekend guide|
Jeffrey Doucette, a tour guide with Haunted Boston, discussed his experiences with the supernatural in the Boston Common and Adam Berry, who was escorted to the stage by Cambridge Haunts tour guide and performer Ashley Michelle, chatted about a close encounter with a school spirit at his Boston Conservatory dorm.
Over the weekend, "Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub" ranked #42 on Amazon's Folklore & Mythology best seller list. Click here to check out the buzzworthy book. Also, there are several slots open this weekend with the Cambridge Haunts: Harvard Square Ghost Tour. Book now ... if you dare.
|Cambridge Haunts tour guide Rob Oftring is your Wednesday host|