Learn about the history and possible paranormal activity of Lake Lanier
Lake Lanier has a long history of paranormal myths and tales of what might lie below the water’s surface.
The Lanier boat charter gives the public the opportunity to learn about the long history of what stood and to visit the islands of the lake.
Tom Stepnowski, captain of Lanier Boat Charter, said the idea for the tours came unexpectedly, but he soon began to research the design of the tour.
âOver the past few weeks, I have contacted paranormal investigators, flocking to hand-drawn 1951 maps, reviewing newspaper clippings, spending a lot of time rereading David Coughlin’s book, Lake Sidney Lanier, a site storybook to develop an authentic and authentic public offering and, hopefully, improving the reputation of Lake Lanier, âhe said.
During the 45-minute trip to one of the islands, guests will be able to learn about the long history of Lake Lanier dating back to the 1800s before the reservoir was filled. The history of Oscarville, which once stood on the land where Lake Lanier is located, and the construction of the dam will be explained. It will also address some of the misconceptions about the history of the lake and some of the reasons that might have led to it.
Along the way, Bart Glabman, Founder and Paranormal Investigator of Bi-City Paranormal Research, will give a “Paranormal Investigation 101” on the processes and definition of paranormal investigation. He will also discuss paranormal theories, investigations, types of hauntings, and his personal paranormal experiences on the boat.
Glabman has been a paranormal investigator for 15 years, working alongside some famous paranormal names like Peter James, a paranormal investigator who has appeared on 8 seasons of Fox and Sci-Fi Channel’s âSightingsâ.
âIn reality, it’s just for me to talk to people, if I haven’t already talked to them on board the boat, what to expect and what to maybe try to do while you’re there, âGlabman said. .
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