Want to try your hand as a Ghost hunter and Work alongside experienced investigators? Then here's your chance to Experiance a real investigation.
The Farnam Manor Museum Welcomes Team S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Saturday August 27th
They have been on Ghost Adventures, collaborated with TAPS "Ghost Hunters", and advises show creators on paranormal show concepts.
They will be delving into the history and mystery, Of the manor. They seek to reduce the fear of the paranormal by focusing at the subject matter at hand. While dismantling the hype from dogma or any hollywood spin.
Team SPECTRE specializes in events that provide first-timers a chance to experience ghost hunting in an immersive guided trainer/trainee atmosphere.
The evening will begin with a guided tour to introduce you to the spirits, learn the history of the Manor and hear some of the previous paranormal experiences and hotspots. Then you'll have the rest of the evening to experience Farnam Manor. Explore and investigate the house and grounds! Possible excursion to the cemetery too. Some refreshments provided. Bring your own equipment. Bring extra batteries for your camera, Phone, flashlight and other equipment. Someone's camera or phone always malfunctions.
Come join us as we try to learn from the spirits of the Farnam Manor and investigate the carriage house, and grounds steeped in 177+ years of history. Farnam Manor was built in 1834. The area was Native American territory as part of the North West Territory Indian Reserve until 1803 when Ohio was officially admitted to The Union as a state. An original Native American pathway marker tree still stands in the side yard.
This House is known for unexplanable voices and shadows walking about. Will you see any of the unexplained orbs floating from room to room in front of you? Will you have any extra voices on your recorder answering your quesitons? Maybe you will have an impossible shadow pass by your video camera in the darkness. Expect the unexpected when you least expect it to happen, because that is when it will happen.
Only $43 Per Preson ($40 plus $3 paypal fee) All procedes benefit the preservation of the Farnam Estate
Farnam Manor Museum, at 4223 Brecksville Rd. in Richfield, Oh 44286
The Farnam Manor holds 200 years of history. The spirits here are the history! Come hear the legends and lore of the mysterious manor. Everett Farnam built this magnificant home for his bride in 1834. Lord Farnam's estate was 3200 acres back then. He said when he died, he would come back as a raven so he could soar over his property and listen to what men said about him. His spirit still lives at Farnam Manor. His little daughter, Emily, drowned in the cystern in 1858. Many have seen and interacted with Emily. During the roaring '20's the Manor was known as "the house of illrepute." A dead soldier lies in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Theodore Kirk owned and operated the Danish Smorgasboard Resturaunt from 1948-1972. The aroma of his cigar smoke or aftershave tells us he is near. You never know what will happen!