As the saying goes “Just when you thought it was safe…They’re baaaaaaak!” Some of your favorite Ghost Hunters International investigators that is!
The Porterville Ghost Society is organizing a special GHI Reunion with Barry Fitzgerald, Joe Chin, and Paul Bradford at the Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park 30 miles north of Bakersfield, California on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 1:00PM until Sunday March 15, 2015 at 1:00AM.
In 1908 a group of African Americans led by Colonel Allen Allensworth founded a town that would combine a pride of ownership, equality of opportunity, and high ideals. Today the California State Parks is committed to the town’s renaissance as a living example of the American spirit.
In the past, paranormal investigators have heard footsteps following them on gravel roadways and have recorded unexplained voices. They have heard cookware and furniture being movied around and the ringing of an old style telephone or alarm clock. Others have heard the sound of small children’s feet running in the school yard.
Guests will enjoy a great time at the historic landmark with a wide variety of presentations and activities including exploring at least five different locations within the park. Many more surprises are being added to the agenda. Be one of the first to experience Barry’s new series, “Legend Seekers,” take part in Paul’s paranormal comedy show, and ask those burning questions during a panel with Barry, Joe and Paul.
Guests will also be part of a live TV audience. Porterville Ghost Society is working on getting more guests and activities so please keep checking back to the even page. There will be more details as the even draws closer. The cost has been kept low so everyone can afford to attend. The GHI Reunion Event is only $80 per person and limited to 75 guests only.
There is a separate gate fee per car of $6.00. This is a State Park requirement.
Your non-refundable ticket may be purchased via PayPal:https://www.paypal.com/. Please send payments to PayPal account: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mark as “send money to friends or family” so no fees are charged and in the notes, please indicate the name for each ticket purchased and include your email so we can send you a detailed itinerary. If you need any help or alternative way to pay, please send us a message.
There will be absolutely no tickets sold at the door or holding spots. When the tickets are gone…no more will be sold. Activities are always subject to change…but they guarantee you will have a lot of fun!
The park is about 30 miles north of Bakersfield. From Hwy 99 near the town of Earlimart, take the Ave 56 Exit (Exit 65), then turn west toward Alpaugh and go 7.4 miles on County Rd J22 (W Sierra Av). At Hwy 43 (Central Valley Hwy) turn right (south) and proceed to the intersection of Palmer Av. Turn right and proceed to the Park entrance.
Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
Star Route 1 Box 148
Earlimart, CA 92119