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Southeast’s largest horror and paranormal convention set for Sept.12-14 in Lexington, Kentucky
The ScareFest, coming to Lexington, Ky., Sept. 12-14, is the biggest horror and paranormal convention in the Southeast. Attendees will experience three days of the strange, weird and macabre.
By: Tommy Golden
Lexington Convention Center
Southeast’s largest horror and paranormal convention set for Sept.12-14
The ScareFest, coming to Lexington, Ky., Sept. 12-14, is the biggest horror and paranormal convention in the Southeast. Attendees will experience three days of the strange, weird and macabre and have a chance to meet some of the industry’s top stars and personalities.
The ScareFest is hosted by Ghost Chasers International Inc. and will be at the Lexington Convention Center in Lexington, Ky.
The event will include top stars and celebrities of the horror and paranormal communities.
Ticket holders will meet noted horror movie stars such as Bill Mosely from “House of a 1,000 Corpses,” Sid Haig from “The Devil’s Rejects,” Kane Hodder from “Friday the 13th,” Tom Savini from “Dusk ’til Dawn,” David Naughton from “American Werewolf in London” and many more.
Paranormal celebrities will include Chip Coffey, psychic/medium, who has his own show on A&E called “Psychic Kids.” He has also been featured on A&E’s “Paranormal
State.” Shannon Sylvia from the cast of SciFi’s Ghost Hunters International will be there. Patti Starr, certified ghost hunter who has been featured on A&E’s “Airlines”
There will be a number of psychic readers, intuitive healers and aura photography.
On hand will also be several unique dealers offering metaphysical tools, and weird and unusual mystic merchandise, along with the strange and bazaar.
Some of the events and activities planned for The ScareFest include:
• Photos with the stars. Buy a photo and have it autographed or bring your own camera;
• VIP parties. Meet many of the convention’s stars;
• Seminars and workshops with paranormal personalities;
• A midnight Sept. 13 viewing of “Friday 13th” at the Kentucky Theater;
• A “Nightmare Haunted House” attraction (http://www.2scary.com);
• Film reviews of upcoming horror flicks;
• 18,000 square feet of more than 100 dealers of weird, strange and unique horror and paranormal items;
• Psychic readings;
• Pictures of aura colors;
• Tools and crystals used for healing;
• Author meetings with their latest books;
• Dinner with the stars.
Contact: Patti Starr
Ghost Chasers International Inc.
For tickets and more information, visit www.TheScareFest.com or call (859) 361-1515.
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