A SUMMER EVENING WALK THAT YOU’RE MISSING + “VAMPIRES & WEREWOLVES” HIT COOKMAN
The Paranormal Museum, featured in March on the SyFy Network’s “Destination Truth,” is expanding its exhibit to include other oddities and paranormal explorations.
“We want to expand our collection and invite people to experience the paranormal,” said Kathy Kelly, proprietor of The Paranormal Museum. “A walk through the museum is fun and educational and a great way to spend some time in Asbury Park, exploring the unknown. We have things on exhibit that I know you have never seen before.”
This walking tour – beginning Year No. 3 Saturday (June 26) – is brilliant, creative and interesting and an Asbury Park original. Guaranteed to please a city guest or the most jaded resident, the walk is a completely new way to enjoy a gorgeous warm summer evening. You will never look at the downtown or boardwalk area the same way ever again… and be thrilled.
“This fun and spooky walk includes macabre tales of mayhem and marauders along the Jersey Shore,” said Kathy. “Be prepared for a truly haunting experience, as many have reported the chilling touch of phantom hands, the vision of ghostly orbs and even heard the soft tinkling of calliope music long since silenced.”
The Asbury Park Ghosts and Legends Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and is suitable for enthusiasts of all ages. Walks depart from Paranormal Books & Curiosities at precisely 8 pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
The Paranormal Museum is open Thursday through Sunday and is located at 627 Cookman Avenue. More at ParanormalBooksNJ.com or 732.455.3188.