“On the day of the fall equinox which is called the Autumnal equinox, the sun passes over the celestial equator shinning on our planet while the earth's axis holds steady neither pointing north or south so the day and night are both 12 hours long,” says Dr. Stew. “In fact the fall equinox has always been a honored event throughout history ushering the beginning of the fall season and its harvest and was celebrated by most cultures.”
The equinox was also a magical date for many cultures who attributed mystical properties to this event. And nowadays some modern day ghost hunters feel this is the ideal date to seek out paranormal activity.
“Some people in the paranormal community feel that the equinox brings out the ghostly spirits and what better place to test this theory than in New York's Central Park,” says Dr. Pete. “For over 150 years, Central Park has undergone a series of evolutions, from a rocky barren wasteland, to what it is today, one of the most famous parks in the world. And during this time, the past events of history including the Great Depression, times of war and peace and even transformations in popular culture have been imprinted on the very fabric of this park.”
So if a celestial event coupled with a paranormal ghost hunt are in your stars this Saturday night then the Ghost Doctor's nighttime adventure through Central Park just may be the ticket for you!
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