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October 2013 issue of Bumps in the Night!!! is now available!

The October 2013 issue of TNT Paranormal’s newsletter Bumps in the Night!!! is now available!

Bumps in the Night!!!From the ladies at TNT Paranormal: In September we kicked off the Paranormal Lecture Series by hosting events at the following locations:  Arlington Heights Historical Museum, Oak Brook Public Library, and the Berkeley Public Library.  It was our first time at both the Arlington Heights and Berkeley locations.   We had great turn outs for all three locations.  If you missed them no worries we have many more setup for October – December.  We hope to see you at a future program.  To see the complete list of events click here.  In the October issue of “Bumps in the Night” we will discuss some of the above items as well as other information.  This issue includes:

  • Paranormal “U” article “Day of the Dead”
  • Famous Haunts featuring “Fort Mifflin”
  • TnT Asks featuring Stephen Lambert, Extreme Ghost Hunter
  • Tools of the Trade article “Video File Formats”
  • Ask TnT Paranormal with a question on “Why do most paranormal teams conduct their investigations at night?”
  • Paranormal Talk with Rev. Kathy article “Dancing With the Dead”
  • Bumps in the Night!!! Rewind “Trespassing – Should not be Taken Lightly“
  • Investigator Spotlight featuring Investigator and Social Media Coordinator, Kerri Spillers

To read the issue in it’s entirety click here.

Readers are encouraged and welcome to submit content for the Ask TnT Paranormal, Ghostly Believe it or Not, and What’s on Your Mind columns. Email melissa@tntparanormal.com if you have information you would like included. Also, feel free to print the newsletter, pass along to your friends and family, or have them email Melissa to sign-up for the newsletter.

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