York - Conversations with the Ghosts of Gettysburg: Investigative Medium, Laine Crosby, Shares Her Experiences with the Supernatural
Date: Thursday October 17, 2013
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Glatfelter Community Room, Cytec, HACC York
Contact Name: Errol Wizda
Contact Phone: 717-801-3251
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Laine Crosby, an investigative medium, will visit the HACC York campus on Thurday, October 17th, to discuss her experiences with the supernatural and her adventures as a psychic time traveler. Ms. Crosby, who has been featured in numerous print and media outlets including the Travel Channel, MyFoxDC, and Ghost channel.tv, has recently completed her second book, Investigative Medium: The Awakening which documents Laine’s transition and acceptance into that of psychic medium.
In 2004, Laine moved to a haunted house on an old Maryland plantation and life has never been the same. Laine is a transmedium and is clairaudient, clairsentient, and clairvoyant. Laine has helped historians, historical organizations, authors and archaeologists discover details about the history of locations in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. She is currently writing her most recent installment in the Investigative Medium series titled The Adventures of a Free Range Psychic Medium where she details her work with Ghost of Gettysburg historian Mark Nesbitt, police agencies, and missing persons organizations.
In her talk, she will discuss excerpts from the book, including the conversations she has had with spirits in her own house to those that she has had with the ghosts of wounded soldiers from the Civil War who still remain on the battlefield. In addition, she will share her experiences with the paranormal research team with which she collaborates often.
Laine Crosby will be in the Glatfelter Community Room in the Cytec Building of the York campus of HACC on Thursday, October 17th from 7PM – 8:30PM with a book signing immediately following her talk. The HACC bookstore will have copies of Investigative Medium: The Awakening available for purchase during the event. Students, faculty, staff, and the public are invited to attend the event, but pre-registration is required as space is limited.
Sponsored by: The Office of Student Life & Multicultural Programs
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