There aren't many museums dedicated to the paranormal or spiritual investigations, and one of them is now in danger of closing, and needs your support.
The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations is a non-profit museum but is experiencing difficulties to stay open. I only know this because I was going to appear at the Museum's "Aughost Conference" on August 4 & 5, and that's been canceled for financial reasons. To Help keep the museum open, please consider a donation. It's a rare museum that informs the public about the paranormal. (They didn't ask me for help, or know about this post, but I think its important to give the public a museum for educational purposes).TO DONATE:
The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations
The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations' (IMSI) core mission is to educate, preserve, and facilitate spiritual investigations history, methodology, and evidence and present this to the public in a positive, supportive and non-judgmental manner. We offer a knowledgeable staff, engaging exhibits, educational classes and introductory investigations. Through these offerings, the IMSI enhances the knowledge of the individual, the investigative skills of the community and economic vitality of our region.
IMSI Website is: www.museumofspirits.comLocated at: 231 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone #: 717-398-2026
Why is this Museum not free?
The International Museum of Spiritual Investigations is operated and managed by Jonathan Williams. IMSI is a non-profit 501(c)3 partnering, leading, and investing in the Paranormal community. A museum incurs many expenses for its operations including exhibit pieces, office costs, utilities, maintenance, janitorial services, and staffing costs. The proceeds from your admission help IMSI to cover these costs and provide new programs and exhibits at 231 Baltimore Street in Gettysburg.
Canceled: AUGHOST CONFERENCE
Eisenhower Conference Center231 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325Phone #: 717-398-2026 www.museumofspirits.com/conference