We are delighted to announce that Nick Kyle has chosen to do his One Off Events as a fundraiser for the Hub.
See the details here......
PRESENTATION: “Startling Evidence of Life after Death!”
At the Inverkip Community Hub 7.30pm – 8.45pm on Saturday 28th October 2017 Enter (if you dare): only £6 from the Hub
Nick Kyle, Past President of the Scottish Society of Psychical Research, will reveal in his illustrated talk, scientific evidence of REAL paranormality, most of which has never been released publicly. He will show you the world’s best ghost photograph, verified footage and inexplicable audio clips, with awesome personal experiences and his spooky case investigations, all corroborated, including his recent involvement in the investigation of an alleged demonic haunting in Seattle, USA, just published in book form.
The first talk of its kind in Inverclyde! This is for adults-only!
This will be followed by a comfort break with refreshments.
PRESENTATION: “Haunted Inverkip and its witches”
At the Inverkip Community Hub 9.15pm – 10pm on Saturday 28th October 2017
Enter (if you dare): only £6 from the Hub
Nick Kyle will give an illustrated talk on what he has discovered about local hauntings, since coming to live in Inverkip. With a historical background, he will present new information and recent witness accounts of ghosts that haunt Inverkip, spooky locations and stories of high strangeness and witches.
New to Inverkip! See behind the scenes in the village you thought you knew. This is also for adults-only!
Samhain or Halloween on October 31st was the one night of the year when the veil was believed to be thinnest between the living and the dead…
BARGAIN OFFER! Buy tickets for both talks at least a week in advance (before Saturday 21st October) from the Hub for only £10! A saving of two pounds.
Seating is limited, so don’t leave it too late to buy yours!
This is a fund-raising event for Inverkip Community Hub.
See Nick in the Greenock Telegraph here.............http://bit.ly/2xS5OEe
With thanks to George Munro of the Greenock Telegraph for use of the Photo.