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A Haunted Weekend at Blue Licks State Park

This weekend there will be a nifty little paranormal investigation of the battlefields of Blue Licks State Park in Kentucky near Mount Olivet. The Battle of Blue Licks happened on August 19, 1782, ten months after Cornwallis had surrendered at Yorktown. This bloody frontier encounter is usually noted as the last combat of any size of the Revolutionary War. This weekend, ghost hunters are invited to come out and look for evidence of ghosts and spirits, with an emphasis on catching these ghosts on camera.

Paranormal Investigator Denita Ross will be leading the expedition with other guest speakers, including Starr Chaney who is known internationally for her work with the paranormal.

Both skeptics and believers alike are invited to attend. Contact Paul Tierney 859-289-5507 for more information and you can also check out this Ledger Independent article.

Also on the web is an article from Paranormal Magazine about paranormal events in Maysville, Kentucky.

From the article:

If you ever find yourself in the small town of Maysville Kentucky, nestled along the Ohio River in northern Kentucky, keep your eyes out for otherworldly visitors. Whether you're looking for UFOs, ghosts, or Bigfoot, this town of 10,000 people has seen it all.

The article goes on to describe specific sightings of ghosts, UFOs, and Bigfoot in the area. Definitely an interesting read. Full Article