Fri 4/27 @ 7-10PM
Sat 4/28 @ 11AM-1AM
Sun 4/29 @ 11AM-9PM
A few years ago, the Kent Stage chose spring as time to do a Halloween-style paranormal festival, with guest ghost story authors, psychics and other experts on the weird. Even George Noory dropped by. The 2018 Kent Paranormal Weekend is especially active.
It starts on Friday with a screening of The Mothman of Point Pleasant, with Small Town Monsters docu-series director Seth Breedlove in person, for the lowdown on the weird, big-eyed entity, said to be a portent of doom, haunting the Ohio/West Virginia border (based on that description, might only be a Kardashian sister, though).
The next few days include appearances and presentations by monster-hunter Colin Schneider, the teenage Crypto Kid; author and campfire-ghost tale teller Jim Harold; the “paranormal detective” Greg Lawson; Willoughby’s own “Haunted Housewives;” a Saturday night Kent ghost walk,; and a Sunday haunted-theater hunt. Maybe even Art Bell, who knows at this point?
Tickets vary to individual events, starting at $10.
[Written by Charles Cassady]