The first ever Great Appalachian Spook Show and Paranormal Conference will be held next weekend in McConnelsville.
Eric Glosser with the United Paranormal Project said no where is more fitting than the Twin City Opera House, one of the most haunted places in Ohio. He said groups from all over the country will be coming in for this educational event.
"The goal is the same for everyone, to get answers and were a really open group and we want to share our information with other groups and just kind of put the pieces of the puzzle together because everything is basically all theory when it comes to the paranormal," said Glosser.
There will be a variety of nationally known speakers including Lee Ehrlich who has done undersea paranormal investigations of the Bermuda Triangle. There will also be several workshops, two ghost hunts in the Opera House, and a haunted walking tour of downtown McConnelsville.
"We do encourage people that are not a part of the groups to still come and learn things. They can learn basics of paranormal investigation," said Glosser.
For more information on ticket prices and a list of scheduled events, you can visit their website at www.greatappalachianspookshow.com