Paul Bradford’s School of Paranormal Investigation
The El Paso Museum of History, located at 510 North Santa Fe Street, in cooperation with G.H.O.S.T. El Paso Paranormal Team, is pleased to host Paul Bradford’s School of Paranormal Investigation on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. The cost for this special event will be $40.00 for non-museum members/$25.00 for museum members. Tickets are on sale at the museum gift shop.
Amber Downing of television station channel 4, KDBC will be the moderator for this very special program. Come and learn about the science of the Paranormal with world renowned investigator Paul Bradford. This is not a typical “ghost” program but rather a serious discussion of what the paranormal is and its history. Bradford has developed and created a number of different tools used now by paranormal groups all over the world. He will be joined by Chris Medina, Isaac Anaya and Juan Pena of G.H.O.S.T. El Paso, Nini Grace of the International Enlightenment Center and Clarissa Vazquez, another renowned author and investigator. A special “mystery” guest will appear via Skype. There will be a “meet and greet” of the speakers before the program. Special EVP tours of the museum will be part of the evening plans. This is a unique opportunity to see how science and technology have merged to create tools that assist those who investigate paranormal experiences.
Paul Bradford was born and raised in Britain. As an avid fan of Science Fiction, he was led to a career of scientific experimentation to create tools used by those groups investigating the paranormal. He currently lives in Arizona where he runs his own research and development site dedicated to the tech side of the paranormal. Nini Grace has dedicated over 25 years of her life to cultivating her intuitive abilities to help with paranormal investigations. Her ability to address her clients’ most delicate concerns with sensitivity and compassion has brought peace and comfort to many while simultaneously supporting their personal growth of the mind, body, and soul. Ms. Grace hails from New Jersey. Clarissa Vasquez is a native of Colorado and an experienced paranormal researcher. She founded the Colorado Coalition of Paranormal Investigators in 2004. She has gained international notoriety for her Phantom Hitchhiker Project proving paranormal investigating can be conducted scientifically with controls and variables. Her new book, No Monsters Here! is expected to be released fall, 2013. Chris Medina is a native of El Paso. Since founding his paranormal group in 2008, he and his team have assisted many locals with either confirming or debunking paranormal activity in their homes or places of business. One of the many hats that he wears is that of Regional Public Relations coordinator for the current WBC Heavyweight Champion boxer David Rodriguez. He is very active with COMIC CON.