Wausau Paranormal Research Society brings back ghost walking tours
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – The Wausau Paranormal Research Society is hosting their haunted walking tours again this year in anticipation of Halloween.
Friday will offer three tours with 12 stops at 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. On Saturdays there will be special costumed character tours with 6 stops departing from Elks Lodge every 20 minutes from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm. All tickets cost $ 10 per person.
The Society does not charge for its investigative services on reported hauntings and members are not paid, so visits help fund them throughout the year.
“We need the funds to be able to cover travel, upgrades, repair of equipment and accommodation, so the tours we do to help with that, but then we do these tours and about 20% of these go to local charities, ”said founder and director Shawn Blaschka.
This is the third year they’ve partnered with Share Your Holidays to help fund local pantries.
The Company uses technology to search for changes in magnetic fields and record any vocal phenomena to collect evidence of spiritual activity. They don’t get rid of ghosts, but they try to validate their clients and help them coexist peacefully with their ethereal roommates.
“You sort of set ground rules, much like you would with a child at home. It’s not good, it’s good. We do and many times it has helped calm things down.
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