Joshua P. Warren - L.E.M.U.R.
« on: February 23, 2007, 09:55:24 AM »
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Whether it’s paranormal, fun and strange, or just downright bizarre, we hope you’ll both visit these locations and post some for others to enjoy. Big and small sites are welcome.
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Name of Place, City of Place in Thread Title
Description of place in italics
Location: Specific information about location
Cost: Be as detailed as possible
Directions: Write directions to the best of your ability, then include a phone number and/or website for additional info, if available.
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Free Paranormal Exhibit, Asheville
See personal effects from Joshua P. Warren’s paranormal travels. Includes a life-size statue of the Newby Phantom, sand from the Roswell crash site, realistic alien sculpture, Bigfoot casts, and much more. Plus find paranormal research equipment and images. Call (828) 216-3383 and ask about the personal paranormal training session with Warren, followed by a Haunted Asheville tour.
Location: Classie Moon Thrift Boutique, downtown Asheville, North Carolina
Cost: FREE; Open Wed-Saturday, 11am-7pm, Sunday noon-6pm
Directions: Classie Moon is downtown, next to the Grove Arcade, and across from Subway sandwiches, at 36 Battery Park Avenue. For more info, call (828) 252-3492 and see www.ClassieMoon.com
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Joshua P. Warren