Some Spooky Things Are Brewing In The EC This Fall

Paranormal investigations, ghoulish marine parks and zombies on parade
Photo courtesy of Second Sight TV

The chill in the fall air is not just because temperatures drop. This is the time of year when there’s no telling what lurks in the shadows.

Here are just a couple of the spooky things happening along the Emerald Coast.

 

Pensacola Paranormal Activity

Second Sight TV is set to launch a new paranormal TV series this September on several local TV stations.

Second Sight TV will be featuring international psychic medium Ericka Boussarhane and Second Sight Paranormal Investigations and Forensic Services.

Together, they will have episodes that cover several haunted locations in Pensacola and surrounding areas.

Ghost hunting has been around since the late 18th century, but it became popular in the 20th century with paranormal TV shows and the boost of ghost-hunting technology.

Boussarhane is the founder of Second Sight TV. With years of experience, she finds the haunted places and investigates them with her team.

Second Sight Paranormal Investigations and Forensic Services is focused on providing education, training and community outreach through scientific investigation, data collection and analysis.

According to the Boussarhane, their goal is to help those who may be experiencing a haunting and wish to learn more about this phenomenon.

Photo courtesy of Second Sight TV

They work with high-tech equipment and a renowned psychic to investigate homes or businesses and resolve ghostly encounters.

The team consists of a forensic psychic medium, anthropologist, criminal experts, former military police, tech gurus, religious and metaphysical experts, professional paranormal investigators and others.

“We’ll be doing some ghost busting Pensacola style,” Boussarhane says.

So far, the outfit has investigated The Gray House, The Victorian Inn, Imogene Theatre, Pensacola Light House, Nobel Manor, Fort Pickens, Fort Morgan, Pensacola Little Theatre, local cemeteries, Seville Quarter and several private homes and businesses.

 

Second Sight TV will be hosting a Ghost Investigations and Brunch at Seville Quarter on Oct. 20 and 27.

This is known to be one of the most haunted buildings in Pensacola, and Second Sight TV is set to bring it to viewers at home. They will provide ghost-hunting equipment, but anyone willing to join can bring their own gear.

Boussarhane, who has been featured on “SYFY Ghost Hunters,” will be on site. The event will be kicking off with brunch followed by a paranormal investigation. All ages are welcome.

For more information, go to SecondSightParanormalInvestigations.com.

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