Paranormal group to visit Aurora Regional Fire Museum
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum will celebrate Halloween early again this year.
On Saturday, Oct. 13, from 8 to 11 p.m., the museum will once again welcome local paranormal group Ghost Head Soup.
The paranormal group and museum will offer a presentation on paranormal investigations, spooky Aurora stories, and offer the chance for guests to partake in their own investigation at the museum. The program is for ages 12 and older.
"A Night at Old Central with Ghost Head Soup" will include:
• A presentation on paranormal investigation equipment. Participants may be able to handle and test several of the instruments.
• History of the 1894 Old Central Station, the museum's current location, as well as other local spooky and supernatural Aurora stories, including recounting experiences from last year's event.
• An investigation demonstration. Ghost Head Soup will lead participants throughout the museum and test out the equipment.
Ghost Head Soup has given countless presentations, demonstration investigations, and true investigations throughout the Chicagoland and northern Illinois area.
Some of their notable cases include Bachelor's Grove Cemetery in Midlothian, Illinois, and the Swiss Tinker Cottage Museum and Gardens in Rockford, Illinois. This is the second year Ghost Head Soup will come investigate the museum.
"We are excited to have Ghost Head Soup come out again and celebrate the spirit of the Halloween season with us," said Museum Assistant Cayla Wagner, who has spearheaded the program. "It allows for new audiences to come explore the museum and foster new relationships with the community and staff. For guests who have previously visited the museum, we hope this will be a fun, new way to look at the building, the artifacts, and our history."
Tickets are $30 for a single ticket or $40 for a couple. Tickets may be purchased via Eventbrite.com.
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum, 53 N. Broadway in Aurora, preserves the history of the Aurora Fire Department and fire service in our region through its collections and exhibits, while educating visitors about fire safety and prevention.
From humble beginnings to the museum visitors know and love today, the museum welcomes more than 9,000 visitors annually for tours, programs, and events.
For more information, contact Brian Failing, executive director, at (630) 256-4140 or email@example.com, or visit auroraregionalfiremuseum.org or www.facebook.com/AuroraRegionalFireMuseum/.