Paranormal Encounters at the Museum


Self-illuminated wire-cutter (lower right)

For the last few months, Light in the Dark Paranormal has been presenting Paranormal
Encounters at the haunted mining museum in Cokedale. Most visitors have been self-identified believers as shown on the questionnaires we’ve passed-out. But there’s always a skeptic! In any case, our job has been to have these ghosts or other evidence appear to them in some form and learn about their history. Those who directly experience evidence of the Museum’s ghosts usually become believers if they’re not already.

A good retelling of our tale has been provided by Jon Pompia in a recent column. Read about Ludlow, its relationship to the Merchantile Exchange in nearby Cokedale and Light in the Dark Paranormal. Link to Pompia’s featured article in the Pueblo Chieftain:
Chieftain Article

Our investigations at the Museum have also been written about by Susan Harris in New Legends Magazine (Summer 2018 Issue, p. 64, and the Fall 2018/Winter 2019 Issue, p. 57– we will also be covered in the next issue after that). Encounters at the Museum have been highlighted by a good turnout of the citizens of the town plus the attendance of the publisher of New Legends and one of his contributing writers.

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