Join me in Cincinnati on the 30th (Saturday) of October to talk about ghosts and haunting. The program begins at 2pm, and I will also be signing copies of Helping Ghosts: A Guide to Understanding Lost Spirits! Bring your questions and expectations, as I also plan on showing a few ghost pictures and sharing some audio files of ghostly voices…
For more information, visit: Cincinnati Library Talks Ghosts with Louis Charles
October 29th at 10am, I will join paranormal investigator Dave Mackey and famed “Ghost Whisperer” Mary Ann Winkowski on The Robin Swoboda Show on Fox 8 TV – Cleveland. Coming from different backgrounds and experiences, this show features three different perspectives from people seasoned in ghost investigation. Don’t be surprised if I talk about ghosts in the Bible and other interesting topics not normally discussed about ghosts and haunting! The show’s website can be visited here: http://www.fox8.com/lifestyle/thatslife/
This Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 from 6:30-7:30 pm, I will be giving a ghost talk at Rodman Public Library in Alliance, Ohio. I’ll also be showing ghost pictures and sharing ghost EVP recorded with the ghost box. The ghost talk will be about my book, Helping Ghosts: A Guide to Understanding Lost Spirits and how we can communicate with ghosts in order to help them move forward on their journey. Ghosts are people aren’t they?
Afterward, copies of Helping Ghosts will be made available to guests for $15.
For more information, contact the Rodman Public Library in Alliance, Ohio.
Stark County, Ohio – October 23rd, Saturday afternoon at 1:00 pm, I will be giving a talk about ghost and haunting with some ghost pictures and audio for the audience to see and hear. I will also be signing copies of my book, Helping Ghosts: A Guide to Understanding Lost Spirits, for $15/copy. This is a free event with refreshments. The event will be held in the McKinley Room at the Main Library in downtown Canton.
For more information, visit http://www.starklibrary.org/.
Tonight I’ll be at Aradia’s Garden for dinner and a ghost talk. The cost is $25 pp. For more information about the event, visit http://aradias-garden.com/. Dinner is at 6pm with the talk following. I plan on bring some ghost pictures and audio of ghost voices I have recorded. Should be a blast! I’ll also have copies of Helping Ghosts and maybe some IR cameras on hand for sale!
Our Infrared converted cameras have been popular for paranormal investigation because they can see in the dark and have and expanded “full spectrum” range. However, many have not yet discovered the Infrared camera’s ability to take striking photographs during the day. These can be used for artistic photography by professionals and novices alike.
The UV-Vis-IR camera does not use a filter, so it is easy to operate and are inexpensive to purchase. Check out our explanation and see some examples of this at Infrared Cameras.
To buy an inexpensive Infrared camera, visit the Fringe Tech Store!
Our latest article tells of different ways to acquire a ghost box, including the least expensive way to just buy one without having to do the alteration yourself (I’m talking to all you who are not mechanically inclined). For the past two years, people have been asking me how they can get a Frank’s Box-type ghost box. Well, if Frank will not sell one, then how about buying an affordable Radio Shack Hack?