The public is invited to a free discussion of the supernatural – and a paranormal search of the premises afterward – when “ghost hunter” Chris Fleming makes a storm-delayed appearance at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Sponsored by the Student Activities Office, Fleming’s lecture will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium on the college’s main campus in Williamsport. His original Oct. 30 visit was postponed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Fleming will talk about his decades-long experience with strange phenomena and lead attendees on a “ghost hunt” through the auditorium, located within the oldest building at Penn College.
He has spoken on radio and TV shows all over the world, including “Coast to Coast AM,” “Larry King Live,” “Inside Edition,” “Showbiz Tonight,” Sirius Radio and FOX News, sharing and discussing his knowledge on the supernatural. In the ’90s, he published Unknown Magazine, which shared his experiences and helped establish his name in the paranormal community.
Fleming has also appeared on A&E’s “Psychic Kids,” Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures Live” and Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters,” and he co-hosted “Dead Famous: Ghostly Encounters.” He has received multiple International Paranormal Acknowledgement Awards, maintains a blog for paranormal research and hosts a monthly podcast.