2013 looks to be a great year for Paranormal Science Lab. Watch for us on an upcoming episode of ‘My Ghost Story-Caught on Camera’ on the Bio Channel, highlighting Kendrick Houser, in Carthage, Missouri… plus other TV projects are in the works. We are also gearing up for Haunted History Tours at Kendrick House, The Olivia Apartments in Joplin, Missouri, The Burlingame and Chaffee Opera House in Carthage, Missouri and the Stefflebeck Bordello in Galena, Kansas. You can also book private investigations at those locations by emailing us at lisa@paranormalscie[email protected]. If you are wanting an investigation of your property, let us know.
Hello friends and fans of PSL! If you’re a frequent visitor to our website, you may have noticed that the look and functionality has changed! While our old site served us well it was a bit bulky and slow, and required extensive work on my part any time that a news update, evidence or change needed to be made. Unfortunately, being time-strapped as we all are, the updates didn’t happen as quickly as they should have. Not anymore!
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HUGE news for all of our friends and fans! One of PSL’s lead members, Lisa Martin, will soon be a published author! Lisa recently wrote a book titled “Civil War Ghosts of Southwest Missouri” chronicling the history of the Civil War in Southwest Missouri and the hauntings that it has spawned, including Kendrick Place.
The book is being published by History Press, and is now available for pre-order via the publisher’s website (you’ll have to perform a search to get to it), or through Amazon. After our experiences with the Kendrick House, Lisa became interested in learning more about the Civil War ghost stories of our area. Following exhaustive research, her book is finally ready to go, and it promises to be an excellent compilation of not only history, but Read more [+]
It has been a really tough week in southwest Missouri, as we’re sure many of you are aware. However, all of our PSL members and their families are safe and sound – thanks to everyone who has inquired about our well-being! Several of our team members pitched in to help in the initial response with cleanup and other volunteer efforts, as well as making donations to organizations collecting funds and supplies for those affected. Despite the storm and ongoing efforts for cleanup and recovery, we will still keep doing what we do best, and we are announcing our next round of Haunted History Tours at the Kendrick House! These will be held on June 11th and July 16th. Click here to request a spot and show your support for this great piece of Civil War History!