It’s the season for spooks and there are reports of some other-worldly activity at the Wilson Brewer Museum complex in Webster City. A group called the Spirit Paranormal Society will showcase some of its findings at the complex later this month — on Halloween night.
David Choate a spokesman for the group says, “We’re going to talk about some of the paranormal activity we found and the history of the building. We’re going to do tours and let people talk about what they feel. There’s quite a bit of paranormal activity at the Brewer Park.”
Choate and other members of the group spent the night of August 15th at the Webster City park. He says they had some unusual experiences.
“We have seen some shadow people, those figures that just look like shadows moving,” Choate says. “In the Brewer Cabin, we’ve had people touch us. The depot is a big area because we’ve actually had people move a flashlight.” He claims they have more proof the area is being visited by ghostly beings.
“We’re going to show a really good piece of video evidence that night of something just filling a room with mist and then disappearing, and we have that on video,” Choate says. The tour will take place on Saturday night, October 31st. For more information, visit the website: “spiritparanormalsociety.webs.com“.
Contributed by Pat Powers, KQWC, Webster City