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The Canadian Association of Parapsychological Research & Investigation operating as Paranormal Phenomena Research & Investigation (PPRI) is a non-profit organization consisting of subject matter experts in the social science discipline of parapsychology serving both Atlantic Canada and the New England area of the United States. PPRI is dedicated to serving the public by conducting ethical and scientific parapsychological investigations, contributing research to the scientific community, and disseminating fact based educational information.

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October 16, 2021 07:00 pm

Location: 1181 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia

An Evening with Canada's Ghost Hunters

Ever meet a real life "ghost hunter" before? Wonder if supernatural events really exist? Have you seen a real cursed or haunted object before? Look and wonder no more!

Darryll Walsh has been studying, investigating, and analyzing various subjects in parapsychology for the past 46 years. He is currently the President of Ghost Project Canada. Walsh has authored three books of folklore: Ghosts of Nova Scotia, Ghost Waters: Canada's Haunted Sea and Shores, and Legends and Monsters of Atlantic Canada. Darryll also taught parapsychology at the Nova Scotia Community College from 1996-2017. As a result of his teaching and studies he published a short book on near-death experiences entitled That Which Survives: The Case of the Near-Death Experience. He was the host of Shadow Hunter, a 13 episode series exploring the experiences and effects of the paranormal on experiences. Most recently he had a recurring role in Sight Seers, an investigative documentary series that follows the work and travels of a pair of clairvoyants with a unique way of seeing the world.

Elliott Van Dusen has been obsessed with the paranormal since childhood. He is currently the Director of Paranormal Phenomena Research & Investigation, a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating and researching the supernatural in Atlantic Canada. After serving 15 years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 8 of those years spent investigating violent crimes, Van Dusen left to focus his full efforts on investigating paranormal mysteries. He has authored two books: Evil in Exeter based on a true story and field investigation involving the terrifying haunting of a Rhode Island family; and Supernatural Encounters: True Paranormal Accounts from Law Enforcement.

Your evening will begin at the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel located in beautful downtown Halifax on Hollis Street. There, you will be served a three-course dinner. Tables will be provided with a limited amount of complimentry wine, and there will be a cash bar available.

Following dinner, Darryll and Elliott will captivate you with "Hauntings: Exploring Appritions, Poltergeists and Demons". A question and answer opportunity will be provided to guests after the presentation.

To close the evening, there will be real cursed and haunted items from Darryll and Elliott's collection on display.
Guests may also view and operate real equipment utilized during haunting investigations such as the electromagnetic field radiation detector (EMF reader), thermal imaging camera, and spirit box (instrumental trans-communication/ITC device).
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to meet Halifax based parapsychologists Darryll Walsh and Elliott Van Dusen and hear their true stories of the supernatural.

Tickets for this unique event are $125 each and will be limited to the first 40 purchasers. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!

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Bringing the truth into the light

The Canadian Association of Parapsychological Research & Investigation operating as Paranormal Phenomena Research & Investigation (PPRI) is a non-profit organization consisting of subject matter experts in the social science discipline of parapsychology serving both Atlantic Canada and the New England area of the United States. PPRI is dedicated to serving the public by conducting ethical and scientific parapsychological investigations, contributing research to the scientific community, and disseminating fact based educational information.

News

A Brief Review of the Parapsychological Phenomenon of Psychokinesis

April 16, 2021 Read Article

Supernatural Encounters: True Paranormal Accounts from Law Enforcement

January 29, 2021 Read Article

Next event

October 16, 2021 07:00 pm Location: 1181 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia

An Evening with Canada's Ghost Hunters

Ever meet a real life "ghost hunter" before? Wonder if supernatural events really exist? Have you seen a real cursed or haunted object before? Look and wonder no more!

Darryll Walsh has been studying, investigating, and analyzing various subjects in parapsychology for the past 46 years. He is currently the President of Ghost Project Canada. Walsh has authored three books of folklore: Ghosts of Nova Scotia, Ghost Waters: Canada's Haunted Sea and Shores, and Legends and Monsters of Atlantic Canada. Darryll also taught parapsychology at the Nova Scotia Community College from 1996-2017. As a result of his teaching and studies he published a short book on near-death experiences entitled That Which Survives: The Case of the Near-Death Experience. He was the host of Shadow Hunter, a 13 episode series exploring the experiences and effects of the paranormal on experiences. Most recently he had a recurring role in Sight Seers, an investigative documentary series that follows the work and travels of a pair of clairvoyants with a unique way of seeing the world.

Elliott Van Dusen has been obsessed with the paranormal since childhood. He is currently the Director of Paranormal Phenomena Research & Investigation, a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating and researching the supernatural in Atlantic Canada. After serving 15 years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 8 of those years spent investigating violent crimes, Van Dusen left to focus his full efforts on investigating paranormal mysteries. He has authored two books: Evil in Exeter based on a true story and field investigation involving the terrifying haunting of a Rhode Island family; and Supernatural Encounters: True Paranormal Accounts from Law Enforcement.

Your evening will begin at the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel located in beautful downtown Halifax on Hollis Street. There, you will be served a three-course dinner. Tables will be provided with a limited amount of complimentry wine, and there will be a cash bar available.

Following dinner, Darryll and Elliott will captivate you with "Hauntings: Exploring Appritions, Poltergeists and Demons". A question and answer opportunity will be provided to guests after the presentation.

To close the evening, there will be real cursed and haunted items from Darryll and Elliott's collection on display.
Guests may also view and operate real equipment utilized during haunting investigations such as the electromagnetic field radiation detector (EMF reader), thermal imaging camera, and spirit box (instrumental trans-communication/ITC device).
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to meet Halifax based parapsychologists Darryll Walsh and Elliott Van Dusen and hear their true stories of the supernatural.

Tickets for this unique event are $125 each and will be limited to the first 40 purchasers. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!

Read more

Have an interesting story or experience?

Contact Us