Newkirks bring ‘Haunted Objects’ investigation to Rhinelander
For the Star Journal
RHINELANDER – Fans of the paranormal will have the opportunity to take a spine tingling journey with a pair of renowned paranormal investigators 6 p.m. Oct. 21 at James Williams Middle School Auditorium.
The Rhinelander District Library Foundation is hosting Greg and Dana Newkirk of Travel Channel’s Kindred Spirits and Amazon Prime’s Hellier as they present, “Haunted Objects Live.” The Newkirks are two of the world’s only full-time paranormal investigators and have spent a lifetime collecting and caring for cursed artifacts, possessed dolls and other creepy things said to exhibit supernatural activity.
During the presentation, the Newkirks will take the audience on a journey through history, folklore and true-life accounts of supernatural encounters with objects that seem to possess a life of their own. Learn the untold truth about famous paranormal cases like The Amityville Horror. Discover why the infamous Dybbuk Box is scarier than the demon it’s rumored to imprison. Then, tag along as the Newkirks reveal how they broke the curse of the Catskills Crone, as featured in their new film, “The Unbinding.” There will be an opportunity to help the Newkirks create a haunted artifact, live and in person, using the power of the mind.
For ticket information and purchasing visit the Rhinelander District Library Foundation’s website at https://rdlfoundation.org/newkirks or stop by the Rhinelander District Library.