The GhostBreakers, an organization of current and former professional police detectives interested in the paranormal, will return to the Historic Hotel Bethlehem this weekend for another investigation of ghostly activity downtown.
The search will go beyond the hotel, which has come to claim its place as a haunted abode with no less than four ghosts on the premises.
For the first time, the investigators will also roam the nearby 18th Century Industrial Quarter, the workshops of the original Moravian artisans who built the city, according to Kelly Ronalds, Director of Sales and Marketing for the hotel.
Visitors are welcome to join the search as part of a weekend overnight package or they can come for daily events.
“This group will bring EVP, Infrared Thermal Scanners, EMF detectors, DVRs, and even a psychic to make sure that all the avenues available for paranormal investigation are covered,” said Dennis J. Costello, the hotel’s general manager.
“We have an amazing weekend set up for our guests interested in seeing the hotel’s spirits for themselves.”
The hotel has, in the past, permitted GhostBreakers access to restricted areas of the hotel and they have conducted numerous “examinations” of what may be paranormal activity.
The “GhostBreakers Weekend” package has events that begin on Friday and conclude on Sunday.It will include ghostly talks, trainings, investigations, interior hotel tours, walking tours around the most haunted areas of town and concludes with the hotel’s famous Sunday Musical Brunch, a guest favorite and a great place to re-group and talk about the weekend’s ghostly experiences.
The “GhostBreakers Weekend” is $349 including tax and gratuity based on double occupancy.
Cost for attending the day events only will be $35 per person, for one day and $45 per person for both days.
For reservations and more information please call (610) 625-5000.