Paranormal Fest scares up bigger three-day run


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Phil Yeary, of Triad FX, applies makeup to Devon Burton, 8, of Scipio, for Paranormal Fest Apocalypse last month. A second run of the conference that appeals to fans of horror and the paranormal will take place today, Friday and Saturday at the Vehslage Building at Chestnut and Third streets in downtown Seymour. FILE PHOTO


After a successful test run last month, Paranormal Fest is returning to Seymour this week with a bigger lineup, including performances from a descendent of Harry Houdini.

A second run of the conference that appeals to fans of horror and the paranormal will take place today, Friday and Saturday at the Vehslage Building at Chestnut and Third streets in downtown Seymour across from City Hall.

Organizer and Seymour native Randy Hubbard of No Boundaries Media Entertainment said the event is for all ages and he hopes to attract a large crowd of people already downtown for the annual Seymour Oktoberfest.

Tickets for the three-day event are $10 and may be purchased online at www.noboundariesmedia

entertainment.com or at the event. Hours are 1 to 9 p.m. today and noon to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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