Paranormal Investigator to shares hunts with Colorado State University – Pueblo students
PUEBLO – International ghost hunter Ross Allison will start the Halloween season with stories of ghosts and other paranormal activity beginning at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23 in the Occhiato University Center Underground at Colorado State University-Pueblo. The event is open to the public at no charge.
Ross Allison has been investigating the paranormal for more than 20 years. His work has taken him all over the world to London, Paris, Romania, Rome, Mexico, Scotland, Ireland, Greece, Spain and many other exciting locations. Throughout his travels, Ross has collected ghost stories, investigated haunted sites, and photographed some of the most beautiful cemeteries you can only imagine.
Besides his passion for exploring the unknown, Ross has written a number of books, with articles featured in magazines and blogs. He also enjoys traveling the U.S. to speak with students, fellow ghost hunters, and others that fancy a good ghost story.
Throughout his career, Ross has appeared on a number of programs, books, magazines, documentaries and radio shows. You may have seen him on shows like: Ghost Hunters, Scariest Places on Earth, America’s Ghost Hunters, The Montel Show, among others. Keep an eye out for his new book, Spooked in Seattle, in bookstores.
For more information, contact Gena Alfonso at 719-549-2687.
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