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Haunted Hotel: The Spirits of The Elms

Mon, Oct 21 2019
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Age Group
For adults


Becky Ray
Registration Required


The historic Elms Hotel & Spa has seen a lot over the years including many famous guests and a few of a ghostlier nature. Join paranormal investigator and researcher Becky Ray as she talks about the history of this famous hotel and the mysterious activity that continues to this day.


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