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Kitchigami Library to hold virtual event with paranormal investigator

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BEMIDJI -- The Kitchigami Regional Library System will host a virtual event to explore Minnesota’s most haunted locations with paranormal investigator Chad Lewis on Friday, Oct. 30.

Lewis will give patrons a virtual presentation at 7 p.m., which will take the audience on a ghostly tour around the whole state.

From wandering ghosts of the Northwoods to a haunted bed and breakfast in Wabasha, no place in Minnesota is without its own haunting, a release said.

The presentation will include photos, eyewitness accounts, case history, ghost lore and directions.

To register, sign up on or KRLS Legacy Programs Facebook page , or call your local library.


Information will be sent to registrants via email to connect to the event beforehand. A computer is not needed for this virtual program. A smartphone or a tablet will work.

For more information, call Carol Christensen at (218) 587-2171, ext. 224.

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