The WC Press wishes you and your family a safe and happy Halloween! Be sure to check out the featured Halloween stories in our October Issue. From activities to keep you busy this Halloween weekend to ghost stories that will have shivers flying up your spine. The WC Press hopes you get the opportunity to enjoy all the Halloween activities local businesses of West Chester have to offer!
On page 17 of the issue discover the article, “Cities of Silence – Unearthing West Chester’s Sepulchral Secrets”, written by Jesse Piersol. Jesse describes the urge to explore the hauntings of West Chester while calling in experts to take her through the graveyards in West Chester, “The intrigue becomes irresistible, so I persuade my photographer friend Amy to spend a few evenings with me checking out the scene in some of West Chester’s graveyards.” To continue reading Jesse’s story about the Cities of Silence visit here.
Come page 33 of the issue you will find a directory of Halloween fun and family-friend activities to partake in this holiday. Join the fun at West Chester’s Halloween Parade, paint personalized Halloween ceramics at the Painted Plate, attend ghost and spirit classes at Thornbury farms or head to Highland Orchard’s for their Fall Festival activities. Be sure to wear your costume to these events to keep the Halloween spirit alive. If you’re looking to plan your weekend’s festivities click here.
If you are looking for a spine-chilling story, turn to page 41 of the issue. Ghost in the Machine is written by Kate Chadwick. The article goes into great detail about the Chester County Institute of Paranormal Researchers techniques and some creepy discoveries. Kate interviews Carol “the co-founder, along with Bobby Meyers, of the Chester County Institute of Paranormal Research—probably one of those organizations that you don’t even know exist unless/until you need it. But if you need it, they’re ready. Modern day ghostbusters, the CCIPR is made up of five members with extensive experience with the paranormal. A cursory glance at their website, ccipr.org, reveals documentation of EVP (electronic voice phenomena), photographic evidence—including videos—of ghostly encounters, and links to television programs in which they and their work have been profiled.” For find about the CCIPR click here to keep reading.