Fairlawn Superstition Flashlight Tour

October 02, 2017 02:14 PM

October 27 and 28
7:00 to 9:00 PM
Fairlawn Mansion, 906 E 2nd St, Superior

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The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Center for Continuing Education and Fairlawn Mansion have partnered to host an intimate evening of history and Victorian superstition.

The Fairlawn Superstition Flashlight Tour will begin with a cheese and cracker reception with an invitation to guests to bring their own beverage – no red wine, please. Glassware, ice and corkscrews will be provided.

Paranormal investigator Scott Kenner will set the tone for the evening, presenting his audio recordings collected in the mansion during a recent visit. He will also share findings of paranormal activity from the SS Meteor and the Old Firehouse/Police Museum. Making this a truly unique paranormal presentation about some of Superior’s greatest landmarks. Kenner was a skeptic when it came to ghosts until he bought an active house in May of 2000. In 2006 he and his team started small investigations. In 2012 Kenner became a member of The International Paranormal Society (TIPS) and has been investigating properties throughout the Midwest.

Following Kenner’s presentation, the evening will conclude with a flashlight tour of Fairlawn Mansion, which will include areas of the home off-limits on regular tours. One such area is the rarely explored basement!

Tickets are $20 for one ticket or $35 for two tickets. Online Registration Only.

Must be 21 years or older

If paying by cash or check, payment must be received in the Center for Continuing Education office, Old Main 102 by Thursday, October 26, 2016, 3:00 pm.


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