Silas M. Clark House

Home of the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County.

Are you curious as to how ghost investigations are performed? What equipment do professional investigators use while on site?

What kind of data is collected at an investigation and how does it compare with historic facts of the site?

If the idea of ghost investigation is compelling and interesting to you, the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County invites you to attend Ghost Hunting 101 on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.

Members of GRIP (Ghost Researchers In Pennsylvania) will discuss the basics of ghost hunting, the preparations for and equipment used in the research, and will reveal some evidence they collected at various locations in the area.

The program will conclude with a question and answer where guests will have the opportunity to pose some of their more burning ghost-hunting queries. After the program guests will have the chance to tell their own experiences with the paranormal.

Tickets are $5 per person and are available in advance and at the door; refreshments will be provided. As some of the evidence may be “spooky” and inappropriate for little ones, please do not bring young children to the program.

Call (724) 463-9600 for more information or stop by the HGSIC at 621 Wayne Ave., Indiana, to purchase tickets.