The Paranormal SUPER con is designed to be a fun filled and educational two day event filled with top notch speakers, featured guests, and featured vendors! We are proud to provide something of interest for all levels of paranormal enthusiasts.
5pm-9pm: Expo Open
5pm-9pm: Lecture Rooms Open for Lectures
9pm Ghost Hunting Video Screening with Q&A
9pm-11pm: VIP Party & VIP Private Expo!
11:15pm - 2am: Investigation of Hemmingway Ballroom with Chip Coffey (1am)
9:45am - 9pm Expo Open
10am-9pm Lecture Rooms Open For Lectures
Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Host Hotel: Days Inn Erie *Scott Enterprises* $102 per night with hot breakfast buffet. Just minutes from all events. *Discount CODE - liveparanormal* http://www.visitscott.com/hotel-daysinn.html CALL for DISCOUNT (814) 868-8521
We also have a package with the same code at the Hilton Garden Inn http://www.visitscott.com/hotel-hilton.html Call for current discount code pricing
The Paranormal SUPER con is designed to be a fun filled and educational two day event filled with top notch speakers, featured guests, and featured vendors! We are proud to provide something of interest for all levels of paranormal enthusiasts. Open...7/24 5pm-9pm & 7/25 9:30 am - 9:00 pm
Be an official Paranormal Super Con VIP and enjoy extra perks for our two day event plus gain entry to our famous VIP party! The VIP party will be held in our Expo area from 9-11pm est on 7/24. Utilize the Cash bar while shopping and mingling with other VIP Guests and Featured Event Guests! *Open ONLY to VIP PASS Holders*
*Due to the arrival times or personal schedules of our featured guests, no all may be in attendance*
Expo Tickets: Expo includes vendor access and featured lectures.
-Early Bird Ticket Friday 7/24 $19.00 - $25.00 door
-Early Bird Ticket Saturday 7/25 $29.00 - $35.00 Door
-Early Bird Two Day Pass 7/24 & 7/25 $48.00 - $60.00 Door
VIP Expo Tickets: Includes: Expo passes for vendors and lectures , special Entry to the VIP Party, early VIP Admission, and Super Duper Gifts!
- Super VIP Pass. Includes: VIP Expo Tickets for 7/24 & 7/25, Early entry (9am) 7/25, VIP Party Admission (7/24 9pm-11pm) $85.00
- Super DUPER VIP Pass. Includes: VIP Expo Tickets for 7/24 & 7/25, Early entry (9am) 7/25, VIP Party Admission (7/24 9pm-11pm), Limited Edition 11x17 Event print (For Autographs), 1 Event Raffle Ticket $99.00
- Saturday ONLY SUPER DUPER VIP $55.00
- Chip Coffey Gallery Reading 7/25 (7pm est) $60.00
- Investigation 7/24 Haunted Hemingway Ballroom WITH Chip Coffey $75.00 Early Bird Or $90.00 at door
- Investigation 7/25 Waterford Historic Complex (3 buildings) $89.00 Early Bird Or $100.00 Door
List of Current Lectures & Featured Guests of the July 24th / 25th Expo & Lecture Series.
Special Guests, Speakers, & Vendors
|Chip Coffey||Rob Szarek||Dustin Pari -Sat||Alexandra Holzer||John Tenney|
|Tim Shaw||Niki ParaNormal||Jason McLeod||Carmen Reed||Brett McGinnis|
|Wes Forsythe||Lisa Terio||Mike Stevenson||Eric Altman||Robin Swope|
|Jen Anderson||Clay Smith||Joy Andreasen||Eric Charles||David Lawson|
|James McCann||Mallie Fox||Kristina Rake||Don Traynor||Peg Knickerbocker|
|Lori Coffey||Ron Coffey||Tri C Ghost Hunters||Dawn Marie Marano||EVPS|
|Cat Young||Tess Hughes||Haunted Housewives||Melinda Carver||Michael Lee Hill|
|Ray Goosby||Heidi Ladow||Pat Kibby||Glenn White||It's Your Journey|
|S&M Paranormal||Nora Custer Design||Anna Dean Farm||Night Myst|
|Ghosts N' AT||Rollandas Imaging||Spiritually Rooted||Findings of a Wanderer|
|Ivy Rivera||KC Matronia
||Rev Marjorie Rivera||Tracie Frick||Exie Paranormal|
|Liz Madsen||Brian Danhausen||Felicia Weinstein||Jerry Adams||Sunny Rosario|
|Ross Filmore||John Michael Thonton||Vanessa Salazar||Jim Harold||Mike Berta|
|Lea Ann Driscoll||Sean Patrick||Julie Toth||Frank Bennett|
|The Blood Shed||RoadTrippers||Ghosts Can Talk||Goddess Elite|
*Some featured speakers may only appear on friday or saturday
* The LiveParanormal team: Rob Szarek, Wes Forsythe (Paranormal Filler) , Jen Anderson (everything VERY Paranormal), Pat Kibby (Famously Haunted), & Niki ParaUnnormal (LP Spotlight, Super Con Radio) - LiveParanormal.com
*The Haunted Buffalo - Eric Charles - Para X
6:00pm Tracie Frick
6:50:pm Liz Madsen
7:40 pm Ghost Box - Lisa Terio
8:30 pm Ghost Hunting Panel - Haunted House Wives
6:00pm Ghost Hunting 101 Class
7:00pm Psychic Panel
8:00pm Mountain Gypsies
10:00 am James McCann & Peg Knickerbocker
11:00 pm Ghost Hunting Panel - Tri C
12:00 pm Jim Harold
1:00 pm John Tenney
2:00 pm Alexandra Holzer
3:00 pm Brett Mcginnis
4:00 pm Dustin Pari
5:00 pm Michael Lee Hill
6:00pm Chip Coffey Q&A
7:00 pm Chip Coffey Gallery Reading *Tix Required*
10:00 am Kristina Rake
11:00 am Eric Altman
12:00pm The Coffeys
1:00 pm Psychic Panel
2:00pm Glenn White
3:00 pm Jason McLeod
5:00 pm Clay Smith
7:00pm Heidi Ladow
10:45 am Kelly Bowman
11:30am Vanessa Salazar
12:15 pm Don Traynor
1:00 pm Ray Goosby
1:45pm Wes Forsythe
2:30pm Eric Charles
3:15pm Nora Custer - Gem Stones
5:15pm Ivy Rivera
7:30pm Frank Bennett
*Tentative schedule. Times & Speakers may change
The history of Waterford begins with the Indian settlements. Many Indian tribes were in the area. The French, who were friendly with the Indians, built the first Fort LeBoeuf in 1753. The French were Catholic and had a Catholic priest stationed there, a chapel called St. Peters and they had a Catholic cemetery. In December of 1753, a young George Washington was sent to deliver a letter to the commander asking them to remove themselves from the area because the British were claiming this as their land. They said they were not leaving and sent George Washington back to Virginia. This visit by George Washington is what sparked the French and Indian War. The French, with their Indian allies, went to war with the British.
After the fall of Fort Niagara, the French at Fort LeBoeuf retreated. When they left, they set fire to the fort and burned it to the ground. The British then arrived in 1760 and built a fort there and kept the name Fort LeBoeuf. During Pontiacs Rebellion in 1763, the Indians came and burnt that fort to the ground.
In 1794 the Americans came and built a new Fort LeBoeuf with blockhouses and stockades. The town of Waterford was laid out in 1795 over the ruins of these forts and Indian settlements. One of the first settlers of the area, Judge John Vincent is quoted as saying "fragments of human remains pervade the soil".
The Eagle Hotel, Judson House, Fort LeBoeuf Museum and George Washington Statue sit on the very spots of these forts.
Direct from Heidi LaDow The Recording Secretary at Fort LeBoeuf Historical Society
One bizarre story I heard about was the story of the 2 cemeteries. There is an old one and a new one built in 1840. The old cemetery was falling to ruin so the people of Waterford decided to try to move what they could to the newer cemetery. They moved the headstones and placed them in the corner of the new cemetery along with what remains they could find. Then the story goes that they used the dirt and whatever was left over to fill in the pot holes in the streets. Back then most of the roads were dirt roads. The story also goes that people would find human bone fragments and pieces of broken jewelry in the dirt in the streets. The only evidence I have found about this story is in a newspaper clipping dated 1883. There is a plaque in the new cemetery with the old headstones dated 1920 as the year they moved them. One of the homes down the street from the old cemetery has an old headstone as part of the basement floor.
I have talked to a lot of the people of Waterford. Most of them claim that they have strange things happening in their Waterford homes and businesses. The workers at the Eagle Hotel have claimed that they have heard their names called out when no one was there, the feeling of eyes upon them and one of the cleaning ladies saw a man standing in the kitchen watching her clean when she was the only person in the building. The people that live in Waterford really love the town and are finally speaking up about the activity there. I'm not sure why they never talked about it before. Maybe they felt like they wanted to protect the reputation of the town and not be considered a freak show. Whatever the reason was, they seem to be opening now.