Join Us for Spirits with Spirits Ghost Story Night the Last Thursday of Every Month Starting May 30, 7-9 PM

Raven’s End Books, Little Brown Jug and Giving Up The Ghost Podcast has partnered with the Winnipeg Paranormal Group to bring you Spirits with Spirits Ghost Story Night.

Come join us for some chills and thrills starting Thursday, May 30th at Little Brown Jug Brewing Company from 7-9 PM. Share if YOU dare for this Open Mic Night your own true paranormal experience or a ghost story you’ve written. Spirits with Spirits is happening the last Thursday of every month beginning May 30 (7-9pm). Share your own tales if you dare or simply come to listen.

Public Investigations at the Historical Museum of St. James-Assiniboia

This past summer, the Winnipeg Paranormal Group partnered with the Historical Museum of St. James-Assiniboia to host public investigations on their historical property. The events were held monthly from July to October and were each sold out. Thank you to everyone who participated.

We explored and investigated three different buildings on the property, some which were more active than others, depending on the night. Participants used some of our audio and video equipment to see what they could capture. Lots of interesting activity took place throughout the season and some of it was shared with us. Check out what we captured from our investigations linked below and let us know what you think!

Video Credit: Dillon, one of our guest investigators at the October event.
Video Credit: Dillon, one of our guest investigators at the October event.

If you were at one of our events and captured evidence that you’d like to share, please contact us here or on Facebook.

Stay tuned for future public investigations posted to our Facebook Group.

The Historical Museum of St. James – Assiniboia is a two-story house built in 1856. It was owned by William Brown and Charlotte Omand. The main house is furnished with period pieces from 1860-1890. There are two other buildings on the property; the Municipal Hall Building built in 1911 containing exhibits from the surrounding area and another housing farming, blacksmithing and other historical displays.

Author: Melanie Greene

Share This Post On

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *