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Ghost Moon Talks

[held in conjunction with the Shanghai Tunnel Tours

and Project Ghost as a substitute for the 2011

“Mount Hood Ghost Conference”]


Place:  Hobo’s Restaurant

120 Northwest Third Avenue

Portland, Oregon  97209


Dates:  

 

May 14th (Saturday) --- FRIDAY 13TH TALK

August 14th (Saturday)

November 12th (Saturday)

December 10th (Saturday)


Time:  4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (1 1/2 hours)


Admission Cost:  Free!


Sponsored By:  Cascade Geographic Society


For Further Information:  call (503) 622-4798

or email us at
shanghaitunnels@onemain.com

[“Ghost Moon Tours of the Shanghai Tunnels”  will be held after the “Ghost Talks” at 6:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.

and will cost $17 for twelve years and up and

$11 eleven years and under]


These special presentations will be taking place during the time of the full moon, and are educational and informative, as well as entertaining.  Known as “Ghost Moon Talks”, presenters will blend the paranormal, history, folklore, and science together in these very special gatherings that are suitable for the entire family.

The “Ghost Moon Talks” will focus on the effects of the full moon in respect to not only hauntings and paranormal activity, but also on people, animals, and the ocean tides.  Presenters will talk about the various methods of paranormal investigations, will feature a variety of sites said to be haunted, which includes the Shanghai Tunnels and the Oregon Country Settlement (on Mount Hood).  Some will also focus on the use of sensitives or psychics in investigations, ghost hunting on the cheap, and what Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) reveals, including updates on Cascade Geographic Society’s “Project Ghost”.  

The presenters for the “Ghost Moon Talks” are currently being solicited.  The name of their talk will be posted on this website in the near future.  

Cascade Geographic Society, an educational non-profit, staffed by volunteers who believe in the preservation of Oregon history and hands-on education.
P.O.Box 398, Rhododendron,  OR  97049   503-622-4798

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