Paramountain Lecture Series to Come to Harlan, Kentucky
A one-day, free event is planned for this Saturday, April 22nd, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m, and will be held at the Harlan County Depot, a community center in Harlan, Kentucky.
The event, labelled The Paramountain Lectures, promises to "Explore the hidden history of our mountains as expert lecturers take you into the hidden worlds of Appalachia in search of Bigfoot, The Mystery of the Melungeons, Foxfires, Ghosts, The Fabled Blue People, Granny Witches, Intuitive Healing, Archeology & Natural Mysteries, Hidden History, and Unexplained Disappearances."
A panel of lecturers will provide 45 minute presentations from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., and the day will end with a Ghost Walk in downtown Harlan led by paranormal investigator Tony Felosi.
Speakers include Holly Mullins, an intuitive healer, energy worker, spiritual counselor, paranormal investigator, radio host, and professional model; Thomas Marcum, a director, editor, author, and researcher, known for his film "Bigfoot: The Evidence Files"; Tony Felosi, a paranormal investigator living in the hills of Harlan County; Darla Saylor Jackson, an author of four books, including the "Harlan County Haunts" series; Lucas Wilder, an interpretive ranger at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, specializing in telling the natural and cultural stories of the Southern Appalachian Mountains; Jennifer McDaniels, an award-winning reporter and photojournalist; Theresa Osborne, an Appalachian Studies professor and Appalachian Program Facilitator at Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College; and Chris Maggard, a paranormal investigator who developed the Tri-State Paranormal research team.
For more information, visit their event site here.