Just in time for Halloween, paranormal and supernatural investigator Chris Fleming will speak at William Woods University.
The event, sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB), will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, in Cutlip Auditorium of the McNutt Campus Center. It is free and open to the public.
Fleming will talk about his experiences in researching the paranormal and show video, audio and photo evidence to the audience. Following his presentation, Fleming will lead the first 50 students in attendance on a ghost hunt around the campus.
Fleming has worked with several parapsychologists of the past several years. He was previously the publisher of “Unknown Magazine,” dedicated to paranormal investigators and ghost hunters.
He currently hosts a radio show, “Spirit Talk.” He is also involved with the TV show “Dead Famous,” which tries to contact ghosts of dead celebrities including Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole and John Lennon.
“CAB decided to bring Fleming to help get people in the Halloween spirit,” said CAB advisor Neil Stanglein. “We’re excited for the ghost hunt to see what spirits he stirs up on campus.”
For more information about Chris Fleming and his work with paranormal investigations go to www.unknownmagazine.com.