For those desiring unlimited access to “America’s Most Haunted Hotel” in the “dead” of winter comes Eureka Springs Paranormal Weekends, January 5-7 and January 12-14. It is widely accepted that two of the most popular venues in the country for such hunts have been the 1886 Crescent Hotel and her sister, the 1905 Basin Park Hotel, located here in Eureka Springs AR. Both are known internationally for their paranormal activity thanks to the airing of numerous network television programs introducing viewers to the “guests who check out but never leave”. Now, for two haunting weekends in January, both hotels have been set aside for paranormal enthusiasts who will be given the same full, free rein that the professionals have enjoyed during their televised investigations of these two ghostly properties.
More commonly known as ESP Weekends, the 2018 weekends will include such topics as psychomanteum; telepathy assessment; independent nocturnal investigations of known active areas; dream exchange; group séance; interactive, personal ESP explorations; evidence exchange sessions for participants to share and compare weekend experiences; plus the hotel’s classic ghost tour. Headliners for the two weekends are author and noted paranormal researcher Larry Flaxman; and from the wildly popular paranormal talk radio show, Darkness On The Edge Of Town, comes author and world-acclaimed paranormal conference speaker Dave Schrader.
“A castle on a mountain top overlooks a village that grew up around magic springs in this hidden valley. She is haunted by the shades of the many whose lives were led within its walls. Just steps away below limestone bluffs is the second iteration of a hotel specifically built adjacent to the most magical spring of them all,” explained Keith Scales, event coordinator and director of ghost tours at both hotels.
Scales goes on to ask, “How would you like to participate in paranormal investigations of both hotels as well as testing your own second sight, psychic awareness, and ability to connect with those who have passed away and traversed into another dimension? This is what we are offering at both of our ESP Weekends.”
“So much of what has previously been hidden will come to the fore during these two weekends for those who dare to take that first step walking boldly into the ‘dead’ of winter,” Scales concluded.
Complete schedules for both weekends are found at AmericasMostHauntedHotel.com. Reservations should be made in advance. For in order to keep the weekend events more intimate for individual attendees, reservations are limited.