6th Registered User
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Irish Ghost Family Festival 2007
October 26th - November 2nd 2007

The 7th World Ghost Convention: 2007

Friday, October 26th @ 8 p.m.
Cork City Gaol Heritage Centre,
Sunday's Well, Cork City.

To Be Officially Opened By The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Cork,
Cllr. Donal Counihan & Lady Mayoress, Breda Counihan

Reported sightings of ghosts and spirits are only the tip of the iceberg as many people are afraid, ashamed, and embarrassed to come forward for fear of not being taken seriously.
For this reason, the World Ghost Convention was established to help those who have had supernatural experiences by raising public awareness, highlighting the fact that they are not alone in having such experiences. In addition, this unique international Ghost Convention provides an ideal opportunity for people to express their views on the paranormal by
giving them a platform to share their own experiences with like-minded Ghost and Spirit enthusiasts.

Admission: 20 Euro
(Includes Refreshments)
Limited Number Of Tickets Available

Tickets Available @ Pro Musica,
Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork. Tel: (021) 4271659
Please arrive early as doors close at 8 p.m. sharp. Thank You


Established in the year 2000, the goal of this unique annual World Ghost Convention is:

To give people who have experienced supernatural occurrences the opportunity to share their own personal supernatural experiences if they so wish as well as hear firsthand the accounts of others that echo similar experiences.
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To give people who are curious about the supernatural in general an opportunity to hear a variety of supernatural topics explored by speakers from different backgrounds and professions.
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To get a clearer picture of the supernatural by touching upon a variety of
different aspects of the supernatural from different viewpoints.




Your host for the evening's proceedings is Kevin N. Power, M.A. H.D.E., L. Dip. (T.C.L) University College Cork.

Lord Mayor's Address

Catherine M. Courtney, B.Soc. Science, University College Cork.
Catherine will briefly outline how the World Ghost Convention came into being.




The panel of guest speakers for the evening are:


Kathleen Mueting, Spiritual Advisor, Healer, Clairvoyant, Motivational Speaker, Author & Teacher
Have there been 'accidental' meetings in your life? Have you met someone out of the blue who gave you information you needed at the time? In a lecture entitled "Demystifying The Spirit World - Practical Applications In Our Everyday Lives", Kathleen Mueting will explore Spirit Guides and Angels who are there for us and provide examples of how these 'Invisible Helpers' work miracles in our lives.

John Collins, Psychic / Spiritualist
Drawing from his own personal history, John will speak about his everyday experiences with ghosts and outline his method of communicating with them. He will also go through the different reasons why spirits wish to communicate with us.

Dr. Margaret Humphreys
Folklore & Ethnology Department, University College Cork
In the lecture titled "Seeing is Believing?", Dr. Humphreys will outline and discuss the question of belief and disbelief in ghost stories regarding supernatural sightings from both a positive and critical perspective.

Intermission
During the Intermission, a raffle will be held in aid of RTE People in Need Telethon '07.

Christina Linehan, Clinical Hypnotherapist/Psychotherapist/Reiki Master
American born Christina moved to Ireland from the East Coast in 2002 and along with Analysis and Suggestion Therapy, specialises in past life regression and regression for alien encounters. Christina will discuss expanding our definition and awareness of reality and describe how her own life was enriched by the amazing metaphysical insights her children shared with her. She will also share photos of orbs, spirits and a portal.

Helen Barrett, the White Witch of the Isles
Internationally renowned for her psychic abilities, Helen will discuss the reasons why ghosts, intentionally or unintentionally violate the laws of physicalisation and the consequences of such violation.


Throughout the course of the evening, a selection of personal
eyewitness accounts sent to the World Ghost Convention will be read.


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Cork Campus Radio
University College Cork
The very popular Radio Programme
“Tales from the Lee” presented by Pauline Jackson
Will host a morning of
Creepy Crawly Ghost Stories
from 11 -12 a.m.
Thursday, October 25th 2007
Tune into 98.3FM if you dare!

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Halloween Spooky Ghostly Night
Book Launch & Ghostly Readings

The Skylight Writing Group
will launch and read from their anthology of Ghost Stories
"You Didn't Hear This One"

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Unitarian Church,
Princes Street,
Cork.
Wednesday, October 31st @ 8 p.m.
All Welcome
If you wish to dress up in Ghostly Halloween costume for this Creepy
Crawly Halloween Launch Experience, you are more than welcome to do so.
Don't forget to bring along a friend to look after you!

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The Luvius Theatre Company
Presents
Black Cauldron
Ghostly Monologues, Theatrical Performances & Ghostly Songs,
Unitarian Church,
Princes Street,
Cork.
Thursday & Friday,
November 1st & 2 nd 2007 @ 8 p.m.
Admission: 10 Euro

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Ghostly Halloween Workshops
Take place at various Libraries throughout Cork City.
Admission: Free.

Riamfada Moderator
#2

ill go. know a nice cheap hostel.

6th Registered User
#3

I'm afraid I wont be able to do this ... unless I can mve stuff around. (My thats a very Andy post )

Dave! Moderator
#4

Wow, cool that it's held in Ireland!

I shalln't be attending though

6th Registered User
#5

Its held in Ireland every year and theres a fair few "World Conventions" held in different countries

I will now be attending this. Half day off work, hoping on an Express Train to Cork and back around lunch time on Saturday .... then the Boards.ie Halloween Beers on the Sunday obviously!

Zillah Registered User
#6

I'd be tempted to go except I'd constantly have to stifle an urge to heckle/debate them mid-lecture.

Stoner Moderator
#7

myself and the wife are going to go, make a weekend out of it. You can have a lift down if you want 6th. eitherway I dont care, cos that's how i roll.

6th Registered User
#8

Is it faster to drive or take the express train?

Stoner Moderator
#9

I'd say the express train,
I'm not going till the Saturday morning though (early) as there is some form of a hen night taking place that I am not invited to but nevertheless has interfered with my plans

6th Registered User
#10

Aren't all the talks on the Friday night though?

Stoner Moderator
#11

your point being?

6th Registered User
#12

There doesnt appear to be anythign great happening on the Saturday?

Stoner Moderator
#13

i'll go down on the friday night so, and hook up with herself the next day and drive home on the monday

6th Registered User
#14

Ok I have 3 tickets held at the door for myself, Stoner and Grimes ... who else is coming down?

monkeyfudge Registered User
#15

I can't say for sure until I get back to Ireland. I'll let you know this weekend if I plan on attending.

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