This year at Spirit Quest we feature Witchcraft and Ghost Hunting.
Witchcraft is often misunderstood and almost always portrayed as evil. We will delve into its mantra and the acceptance of life after death through its interaction with spirit. Ghost hunting is often ridiculed for what many believe is its use of pseudo-science in searching for the evidence of what the witch already knows; the presence of spirit. Two separate entities, both searching for the same existence of life after death.
Under the guidance of Salem Witch Kelly Spangler, U.K. Ghost Hunter Steve Parsons and a cast of other experts in their field, we will investigate the history, methods, and ideologies of witchcraft and ghost hunting. We scrutinize the connection between the spirit and the earth and the obstacles impeding evidence of its existence.
Spirit Quest will include many workshops exhibits, and presentations including The History of the Salem Witch Trials, Famous U.K. Witch Stories, The Bell Witch Haunting, Spell Casting, Electronic Spirit Communication, a bonfire, witch’s circle, outdoor ghost hunt, and so much more. There will also be readers and a newly expanded vendor section. Don’t miss out on this exciting event. Get your tickets now!
Spirit Quest 2015 Schedule
Friday, September 18
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Event: VIP Meet and Greet
Free to those purchasing a VIP Pass
This year fittingly enough Spirit Quest falls on the Witches holiday of MABON (Autumn Equinox) which we have incorporated into the theme.
On Friday night the first day of Spirit Quest we will open with a blessing denoting the beginning of the Witches holiday of Thanksgiving before the dinner of Chicken Pot Pie. Come in your best costume and win a prize. There is also be other surprises during and after the dinner.Then we will go outside for a witch's bonfire. There we will drum up the spirits and cast a spell for them to appear to be photographed. All during Spirit Quest we will have an altar of remembrance where you can leave messages for ones who have passed which will be read by Kelly Spangler in the closing ceremony.
Investigate the haunted woods surrounding the Veasey Estate including the aptly named Ghost Trail and the shack in the woods. Witch and Muggle teams compete with each other using equipment and spiritual techniques including night vision and thermal imaging to collect the best evidence. Who will have the best results and more importantly who will survive this chilling night! (Includes Pizza and drinks)
Presentations, Workshops, Exhibits, Experiments, and MORE!!!
Weekend Pass - $139
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One of the UK’s most respected Ghost Researcher. He has appeared on several UK, Canadian, Japanese and U.S. television channels including, National Geographic, Discovery, BBC, and Britain’s hit show Most Haunted.
Author, radio host and paranormal investigator. Founder of the New England Ghost Project he has appeared on many television shows including the Emmy winning American Builder special in 2007.
Make and take workshop on creating a witch's ladder, in folk magic it is made from knotted cord, that normally constitutes a spell. Charms are knotted or braided with specific magical intention into the cords. The number of knots and nature of charms varies with the intention. They originated in the 15th century.
Everyone dreams of money that grows on trees. What if you could conjure even a small amount to pay that bill or rent? Kelly will show you how to work your magick to do just that. Make your own mojo bag. Let the universe hear your words in a real witches ritual. Everyone has magick within. With the most positive intentions, Kelly's wait time is usually 24 to 48 for results of prosperity spells. With practice and patience, you too can see the same results.
We now have an agreement with Best Western in Haverhill for rooms for Spirit Quest. To make reservations guests can call 978-373-1511 Ext. 2 and mention they are with the New England Ghost Project group for special rates.
BEST WESTERN Merrimack Valley
401 Lowell Ave | Haverhill | MA | 01832
978-373-1511 | Fax: 978-373-1517