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Paranormal Researchers Visit Northfield to Share Tips, Techniques, Supernatural Tales

Posted on Feb 24 2014

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Ghosts are taboo. For some, entertaining the idea of a sharing a space with a ghost might be difficult to stomach, and even more so if you call a paranormal group for help and a group of teenagers knocks on your door.

The Teen Paranormal Society, facilitated by the founder of Great Northeastern Paranormal Research and mentored by the founder of Cumberland County Paranormal, is made up of a group of teenagers who are gearing up to be the next generation of paranormal researchers.

“Quite frankly, I’m getting too old for this,” said Clayton Borneman, founder of Cumberland County Paranormal.

“We’re creating the next generation,” said Great Northeastern Paranormal Research founder John Pacelli Jr.

Both founders and the active members of the Teen Paranormal Society met at the Otto Bruyns Public Library in Northfield to give a presentation Oct. 21 about the processes involved in paranormal research and of the groups’ findings.

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Got Mojo?

Mojo is a fast paced paranormal thriller

Edgy and fun, this book will show the reader how having faith in a power greater than ourselves will lift us through even the most unforeseeable obstacles in life.