OSWEGO – On May 26, the Oswego Players/Art Association will host a presentation by the Soul Searchers psychic phenomena investigative group who has conducted several investigations over the last few years at the Civic Arts Center Building.
This is the structure which houses the Oswego Players Frances Marion Brown Theater well as the studios and galleries Art Association of Oswego.
These investigations have found many significant anomalies.
In a recent interview, Soul Searchers member Mike Doyle explained some of the methods used to effect the group’s investigations.
One method is the use of special detectors to record the electrical charges thought to indicate spirit activity.
They also use sensitive cameras to record changes too subtle for the human eye to see.
During the fundraising event Soul Searchers founder Shawn Dibello, along with Doyle, will present a program that explains how they conduct their investigations and also demonstrate some of the more easily accessible examples of the results of their investigations.
Later in the evening, the patrons of the fundraiser will be invited to explore parts of the building in which seem to be the most interesting in terms of unusual activity.
During the evening, refreshments will be available and a fifty-fifty raffle will be held.
The proceeds from this event will be used to support the Civic Arts Center Building Improvement Fund.
The fundraiser is scheduled for May 26, from 7 until 9 p.m. At the Civic Arts Center Building at Fort Ontario Park in Oswego.
The cost for the event is $15.
For tickets and information by call the Oswego Players’ box office at 315-343-5138 or visit www.oswegoplayers.org