Ghost hunter Dustin Pari to speak at OwensWritten by Sarah Ottney | Managing Editor | email@example.com
Internationally known paranormal investigator Dustin Pari will speak at Owens Community College on Jan. 27.
The interactive lecture is set for 7:30 p.m. at Owens’ Center for Fine and Performing Arts, 30335 Oregon Road, in Perrysburg. Tickets are $25.
Pari will discuss firsthand accounts of experiences with spirits and share how investigators “hunt” for them, including the types of electronic equipment used to capture paranormal findings. He will also present evidence of spiritual activity as documented through videos, audio and photos.
Pari channeled his lifelong interest in paranormal investigation into a career, for which he has traveled the world investigating paranormal activity and appeared on several television shows, including Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Hunters International.”
Pari is also founder of The Patch Ministry, a nonprofit Christian ministry, and tours the country giving inspirational lectures about faith.
“Owens Community College is honored to welcome internationally-known paranormal investigator Dustin Pari to Northwest Ohio for a very unique presentation about the spirit world,” said Barbara Barkan, Owens director for the Center for Fine and Performing Arts, in a news release. “Lecture attendees are in for an evening of insightful discussion about the interactions between humans and spirits from the afterlife and how paranormal experts investigate such occurrences.”
To purchase tickets, visit www.owens.edu or call (567) 661-2787 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 2787.