Penn State Paranormal Society Looking for Local Cases

STATE COLLEGE – Is there something strange in your neighborhood? Are you being tormented and haunted by spirits in the night? Do you have reason to believe ghosts are in your town? If so, Penn State University’s Paranormal Research Society wants to help.

A student club sanctioned by the Pennsylvania State University, this organization has gained nationwide recognition by working with local police authorities and families across the country who have encountered inexplicable paranormal phenomenon. Now, the PRS is looking for local cases in Clearfield and Centre counties, as well as cases throughout Pennsylvania, for a new real-life series for the A&E Television Network.

This series follows the dramatic life of Penn State University college student Ryan Buell and the other student members of one of the first university-sanctioned PRS’s in the country as they seek to find the truth behind terrifying real-life mysteries. Although the members of PRS are your basic college kids, they are definitely looking into “other” worlds as well, working on cases that include poltergeists, hauntings and the darkest areas of the unknown. Each week they are contacted for help by outside parties — ranging from the Catholic Church to ordinary families — who are terrified by unusual events in their homes.

Now, Buell and the PRS are looking for local cases. Not only can the team help solve area supernatural concerns, but all cases will have a chance of getting broadcast on national TV. Potential cases for the Paranormal Research Society can be e-mailed to the group here.

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