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Alan May and Tara Bryant will be talking about vaparaquest April 1-2

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Alan is an average guy that was born in Lynchburg, VA and developed an interest in the paranormal at an early age. In the days before the Internet he read what he could and listened to those that had experienced something unexplained. He moved to nearby Bedford County in the 90's where he later formed a paranormal investigation group in '07 www.bedfordparanormal.com . The group is made up of a collection of people that have different levels of belief and outlooks. I try looking at our investigations with an open minded point of view to ensure that we discover the truth behind any paranormal investigation. Truth really is stranger than fiction at times, but sometimes there is a logical explanation to an event. He is also the current Vice President of the National Paranormal Coalition. The NPC is a collection of independent paranormal groups. ParaQuest is a convention that offers many different aspects of the paranormal. It will be held in Lynchburg, VA at the Holiday Inn on Main Street www.vaparaquest.com . We will have: Renowned paranormal authors Book signing; Meet & Greet Party Lunch Buffet Two lectures simultaneously most of the day on Sat Free table display space for all registered groups to display evidence Ghost tour Tour of Historic Sandusky Tara Bryant I am fortunate to have been introduced to paranormal phenomenon and the metaphysical community very early in life; my mom and fellow I-team member, Annette, made it a duty to expose me to a non-traditional education among astrologers, intuitives, healers, and an eclectic array of esoteric individuals and organizations. I began seriously studying metaphysics around the age of 15, and naturally moved into the paranormal field shortly after. I find it funny that I consider myself a “hopeful skeptic” rather than a believer, given my early influences, but I was also always taught to question everything, and to form my own opinions based on my personal experiences.

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