Paranormal investigator to ‘treat' audiences to Indiana ghost hunting

Paranormal investigator to ‘treat' audiences to Indiana ghost hunting
Posted at 6:19 PM, Sep 23, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-23 18:19:59-04

FISHERS, Ind. -- With Halloween lurking just around the corner, paranormal investigator and author Nicole Kobrowski will turn curious Hoosiers into true believers. 

At Ghosthunting in Indiana, held at the Hamilton East Public Library on Oct. 26, Kobrowski will present what she calls “some of the most exciting, favorite and perplexing paranormal activity and investigations” in Hamilton County, Central Indiana and other haunted locations in the Hoosier State. 

From the reported phenomena to their methods of investigation, Kobrowski says visitors will discover what paranormal investigation is really like, how folklore influences paranormal investigation, and what people believe the paranormal is.

Kobrowski’s startup,, Inc. is aimed at bringing information about ghosts to the public.

“It is our goal to promote ghost research as a source of folklore and also as viable scientific area of study,” the website reads. The site was launched with paranormal enthusiasts in mind in an effort to make the paranormal market more mainstream. 

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Reservations for ghost hunting in Indiana are required. Find more info here.

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