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Ghosts of Cape May County

2019-04-12 19:00:00 2019-04-12 20:30:00 America/New_York Ghosts of Cape May County Cape May Court House

Friday, April 12
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Add to Calendar 2019-04-12 19:00:00 2019-04-12 20:30:00 America/New_York Ghosts of Cape May County White Raven's most notable investigations include the crash of a commuter airliner and an on-going series of investigations at the Cape May County Library Main Branch. Cape May Court House

Cape May Court House

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White Raven's most notable investigations include the crash of a commuter airliner and an on-going series of investigations at the Cape May County Library Main Branch.

White Raven Investigations & Paranormal Society began investigating when KelliAnn Muller and John Piggott began investigating on their own in late 2014 after being members of another group.  Kelli and John met while working together as 911 Operators in Cape May County back in 2000.  Both are also members of the Erma Volunteer Fire Company.  Firefighters Eileen Jennings and John Matteo expressed interest in investigating as well and White Raven became a "full" group in the summer of 2015.  White Raven has investigated private residences, Bed & Breakfast Inns, Government buildings, Fire Houses, museums and commercial establishments.  White Raven's most notable investigations include the crash of a commuter airliner and an on-going series of investigations at the Cape May County Library Main Branch.  The commuter airline crash involved extensive background investigations of the crash itself, obtaining Government documents, speaking with victims and their families as well as four on site paranormal investigations.  White Raven's involvement and findings were the subject of a front page article in the Press of Atlantic City.  Kelli's son Robert was the next to join the group in the Tech Department as well as investigating.  Kelli's daughter Amber expressed interest and has accompanied the group in several investigations.  Kara Brehm, whom we met through the Cape May County Library investigations was invited to join the group and has proved herself to be an invaluable asset.  Shortly thereafter, Bob Cooper, a former member of the Erma Fire Company, moved back to the area and came on board with the group.  At the time of this writing, Margo Silcox, an officer with the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management has accompanied White Raven on a few investigations and is well on her way to becoming a member of the Team.  White Raven only uses methods and devices that can be backed scientifically.  White Raven does not use mediums, psychics, Ouija boards or anything that can be manipulated to give ambiguous or false positive readings.  White Raven carefully studies all evidence found and only "events" that have no explanation or can be debunked  will be labeled as, "Possibly Paranormal."  The services of White Raven is always free.  No payment, fees or compensation of any sort will be accepted so that honest and unbiased opinions and results can be delivered to the client.  White Raven also believes that help should not come with an invoice.  White Raven Investigations and Paranormal Society may be reached at 609-770-7086. at www.whiteravenparanormal.com or via email to whiteravenparanormalsociety@gmail.com..

AGE GROUP: | 18 or older |

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Cape May Court House

Phone: 609-463-6350

Hours
Mon, Jun 24 8:30AM to 9:00PM
Tue, Jun 25 8:30AM to 9:00PM
Wed, Jun 26 8:30AM to 9:00PM
Thu, Jun 27 8:30AM to 9:00PM
Fri, Jun 28 8:30AM to 4:30PM
Sat, Jun 29 9:00AM to 4:30PM
Sun, Jun 30 Closed

Mailing address: 4 Moore Road - DN 2030    

CMCH, NJ 08210

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