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Paranormal Investigators at the Library

43 percent of adults believe in ghosts, according to a YouGov poll conducted in December 2012. But only 28 percent have actually seen, heard, or interacted with a ghost of some kind. Now we all know that when there’s something strange in the neighborhood, or there’s something weird and it don’t look good, you call the Ghostbusters. Or… you can call the Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee!

The Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee (PIM for short) is a group of individuals with and interest in the paranormal who dedicate their time to paranormal investigation in the greater Milwaukee area. Founded by Noah Leigh in 2007, PIM is conducts investigations using a scientific process and equipment to first rule out reasonable explanations for reported paranormal activity in an attempt to separate the explainable from the supernatural.

With over 100 investigations completed, PIM has conducted investigations all across Wisconsin and has even travelled to Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky to review reports of paranormal activities.

As if that weren’t exciting enough, members of PIM will be at the New Berlin Public Library Community Room October 9th at 6:30 pm to talk about how they conduct an investigation and their experiences in the field, as well as, answer any questions you may have. This event is free and open to the public and suitable for audiences of all ages. No registration is necessary.

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