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Public Paranormal Investigation at the Pardee Home Museum 

When: Sat., Sept. 28, 6:45 p.m.-12 a.m. 2013
Price: $50
Halloween is about a month away, but if you’re already dying to be spooked, head to the Pardee Home Museum (672 11th St., Oakland) on Saturday night for its sixth public ghost tour. Led by ghost investigator Karen Zimmerman, who authored Ghost Stories and Legends of Alameda, Berkeley, and Oakland, the tour will lead participants on a search for spirits in the Pardee home, where three generations of the same family lived and died from 1869 to 1982. Self-described psychic medium Linda Grindel will also be on hand to conduct a “spirit circle.” Recommended equipment includes a camera (a misty apparition sitting in a chair has allegedly been photographed before), dowsing rods, and a pendulum with which to interact with the apparitions of the house. And for the novice ghost hunters among you, be warned that clanking jewelry, noisy shoes, and perfume can scare away the spirits.
— Zaineb Mohammed


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