Come investigate the Parson Barnard House in North Andover, MA with Spooky Southcoast‘s Tim Weisberg on Saturday, October 21, 2017!
The house was built in 1715 for Reverend Thomas Barnard, who was one of the ministers that helped fan the flames of hysteria in the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Once the protege of Rev. Cotton Mather, Rev. Barnard stands in history as one of the foremost figures in the wrongful condemnation of “witches” during the Witch Trials. This house was built for Rev. Barnard after his previous home burned down, in what was then part of Salem Village.
The house itself was recently featured on Destination America’s Haunted Towns, in which members of the Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigated the Parson Barnard House looking to make a connection with the reverend. Doogie was physically accosted by something he could not see while in the house, and paranormal investigators who frequent the Parson Barnard House say the activity in the attic is especially powerful.
Tickets for this event are just $99 each. That price includes dinner, snacks and drinks all night, lectures, a historical tour and hours of guided investigation.
Your evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. EST with a pizza dinner, followed by an overview of paranormal investigation and a discussion of some of the ghosts of Salem. We will then investigate the house, the carriage house, the cemetery across the street and the grounds of the Barnard House until 1 a.m.
This will be one spooktacular night! Get your tickets by clicking the button below:
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