The Museum of Arts & Sciences welcomes another hair-raising lineup of cryptozoologists, UFO experts & paranormal investigators this October 26th, 5-10pm. Film star and author, Floridaâ€™s Master of the Weird, Charlie Carlson, returns as host and emcee of the storied evening.
Online PR News – 11-October-2012 – Daytona Beach, Florida – The Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS) welcomes another hair-raising lineup of cryptozoologists, UFO experts and paranormal investigators this October 26th, from 5-10pm. Film star and author, Floridaâ€™s Master of the Weird, Charlie Carlson, returns as host and emcee of the storied evening.
Guests will enjoy spirited presentations in the MOAS auditorium, featuring â€śA Magical Tribute to a Wizard,â€ť with illusionist Professor Gary Lester; Alien Abduction with Denise Stoner, Chief Investigator of MUFON (Mutual UFO Network); The 1952 Flatwoods Monster Case with Frank Feschino; and Legend Tripping with Wife Swapâ€™s Rob Robinson.
Lobby attractions feature The Godfatherâ€™s Johnny Martino; Spookhunters live radio broadcast with Owen Sliter; noted Cryptozoologist and Monster Quest personality, Scott Marlowe; as well as a host of mediums, tarot card readers and paranormal investigators.
Charlie Carlson, host of PBSâ€™ Weird Florida: Roads Less Traveled and star of SyFyâ€™s Curse of the Blair Witch brings with him years of experience in the paranormal genre.
â€śIt's that time of year when folks become a little curious about the unknown. For thirteen years the Museum of Arts and Sciences has dared to present its Night of the Paranormal - a full evening of mysteries that ranks as the area's biggest and longest running Halloween event. Whether you're a skeptic or believer in strange stuff, this event always promises a load of fun for everyone. You'll encounter real life ghost busters, UFO-enthusiasts and monster hunters, plus weird exhibits - now where else can you find all that in one place?"
According to Senior Curator of Education, Zach Zacharias, â€śWe are proud that the Night of the Paranormal has developed into the areaâ€™s largest and most noteworthy Halloween event, combining the spooky with the scientific.â€ť
In addition to the featured speakers and exhibits, the evening will include psychics, aura photography and metaphysical merchandise as well as refreshments. A special Fright Light Laser show will be on-going in the Museumâ€™s planetarium. Admission is $5 for MOAS members and $10 for non-members.
Information submitted by SEE-DaytonaBeach.com