CENTER TWP. — The truth is out there. And so is some cool merchandise.
So if you enjoy the unexplained, consider the Paranormal Marketplace taking place on Aug. 1 at Center Stage, 1496 Old Brodhead Road in Center Township.
From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the free admission event will feature paranormal groups, authors and sci-fi vendors.
Brian Seech, a Hopewell Township resident and founder of the Center for Cryptozoological Studies and the Center For Unexplained Events, is a chief organizer of the marketplace, which was postponed last year due to the pandemic.
Seech said vendors will run the gamut. Look Bigfoot, UFOs, psychic mediums and tarot card readers, as well as investigative research groups.
“One of the things that is unique about the Paranormal Marketplace is that you will get to speak with and spend time with the various authors and paranormal research groups and vendors that will be attending,” Seech said. “When you attend conferences, you do not always get much time to speak with them when there are presenters on stage. You will also get the chance to have a reading from one of the psychic mediums in attendance, visit with one of the oldest paranormal research groups in Beaver County (Center for Unexplained Events) and see a display of unexplained cases that have happened here.”
Aurora Paranormal Services is the event’s co-sponsor.
Scott Tady is the local Entertainment Reporter for The Beaver County Times and Ellwood City Ledger. He’s easy to reach at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter at @scotttady