Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Hosts Paranormal Investigation & Book Signing
Ocean City, Maryland – (October 22, 2019): Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum will host its annual Paranormal Investigation from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. this weekend, October 25-26. During this private event, small groups of guests will follow along with the Dead of Night Paranormal Investigation Team as they search for spiritualistic activity within the museum.
The team will use equipment such as an Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) recorder and an Electromagnetic Frequency (EMF) meter to detect and communicate with the supernatural. “This event takes guests along for a deeper look into the history of the station, and grants visitors the chance to see the museum during afterhours,” commented Assistant Curator Christine Okerblom. “Although this is an untraditional presentation of the museum, it offers a different perspective into the history of the station.” As guests walk through the museum, staff members will share stories about past paranormal encounters, and the tragic aftermath of shipwrecks that occurred when the station was in use.
Also taking place on October 26th from 11 a.m. to 1.p.m., local author Hunter “Bunk” Mann will visit the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum for a meet-and-greet to introduce his new book, Ghosts in the Surf. This book, which is a companion to his first book, Vanishing Ocean City, provides an extensive photo-based history of Ocean City starting in the summer of 1945 up to the spring of 2019.
The museum is Bunk’s first stop on his book tour, giving fans a great opportunity to be some of the first to buy this detailed account of Ocean City.
For more information visit our website www.ocmuseum.org.