Hector Zeferino of Hotchkiss Paranormal Investigators (HPI) will visit the Hotchkiss Library during the teen summer reading program on Wednesday, June 20, at 4 p.m.
"Hector and the other team members will demonstrate the equipment they use to search for paranormal activity," says Sarah Pope, youth librarian.
"They will show us how they use special video and audio equipment to search out paranormal activity, and then they will even search for ghosts in the Hotchkiss Library.
"HPI is a new local organization that offers free paranormal investigation," Pope explains. "They have found exciting evidence while investigating Paonia's Bross Hotel and the old mining town of Cripple Creek, and they are planning to investigate the old Stanley Hotel in Estes Park."
" 'Own the Night' is this year's theme for the teen summer reading program at all of the libraries in Delta County," Pope says. "So, we thought this would be a fun program for the teens to learn about high-tech equipment and the growing popularity of ghost hunting."
Deb Anderson from Delta will conduct a similar teen program at the Cedaredge Library on Wednesday, July 11, at 6 p.m.
For more information about these programs contact the Hotchkiss Library at 872-4153, the Cedaredge Library at 856-3518, or visit online at www.deltalibraries.org.blog comments powered by Disqus