Paranormal Investigations at Cochrane Street
Thursday, October 12th and Friday, October 13th
Investigation slots: 7pm-9pm, and 10pm-Midnight
Rebuilt after a disastrous fire, the 107-year-old historic Cochrane Street Methodist Centennial Church is the perfect spot for an exclusive exploration into true hauntings.
Your evening will begin with a full briefing on the history and supernatural lore of the building, and its otherworldly inhabitants, presented by storyteller and folklorist Dale Jarvis.
To add to the experience, investigators will be provided with equipment that would have been in use by Spiritualists at the time of the building’s construction in 1916. Dale will walk you through the equipment you will use and the best practices to follow when collecting and analyzing evidence. Then participants will explore under the building’s soaring Byzantine dome… in the dark… attempting to document paranormal activity.
Participants are asked to bring a flashlight, notebook, and their camera or mobile phones to record what they might experience. Following the event, you will be given access to a private Facebook group to upload and share what you found with your fellow investigators. What will you capture?
With a max of 16 people per group, tickets are extremely limited.
$45 per Investigator
Storyteller and folklorist Dale Jarvis is the creator and proprietor of the award-winning St. John’s Haunted Hike. Mixing history, humour, and traditional storytelling, Dale has been winning over audiences and throwing in the odd scare since 1997. He is the author of eight books on Newfoundland and Labrador ghost stories, folklore, and quirky local history, and has been featured by a wide variety of local, national, and international media.