The Conference Speakers

Another Paranormal Conference Coming

The Brentwood Wine Bistro will once again play host to a Paranormal Conference. The February 12, 2011 event received such an overwhelming and positive response that the conference organizers began planning another event for April 30, 2011.

The original February 12th line up will be returning this spring. On Saturday, April 30, 2011 Ghost Hunters International star Shannon Sylvia, famed paranormal author Steven A. LaChance, monsterVisionTV producer and author Stephen Lancaster, Dakota Lawrence and Port City Paranormal will be conducting presentations on all things paranormal at the event. Some of the most captivating and controversial paranormal evidence will be presented during the conference.

Special guest Bo Blackburn with the infamous Mystery Machine from the ever popular Scooby Doo cartoons and films will be in attendance as well.

Ghost Hunters International Shannon Sylvia and Paranormal Researcher Stephen Lancaster will be conducting a full investigation of the Brentwood Wine Bistro that evening with ten conference attendees.

Those wishing to attend are urged to reserve their tickets at http://www.monstervisiontv.com/brentwoodparaconference.html. Any person who purchases a ticket for the upcoming April Paranormal Conference will receive a free autographed copy of Stephen Lancaster’s new book, “Paranormal Investigator: True Accounts of the Paranormal” which includes an in-depth look at the haunting of Brentwood Wine Bistro.

Tickets are on sale now.

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