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Friday, September 23, 2011

Saturday To-Do: 2011 Paranormal Expo

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Bigfoot is among the topics that will be discussed at the 2011 Paranormal Expo.
  • Bigfoot is among the topics that will be discussed at the 2011 Paranormal Expo.

10 a.m. MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History. $5.

Ghosts. It seems like they're on everyone's minds and TV sets. With the exception of soulless, aggressively narcissistic windbags, ghosts seem to be the most popular thing on TV nowadays.

Perhaps this is because there are so many real things to be terrified of — high unemployment, a stagnant economy, the likelihood of global economic collapse. Maybe it's just fun to take a break from the real fear and indulge in a little spooky fun.

This expo includes a discussion of supernatural goings-on at the museum, as well as experts on poltergeists, Bigfoot, UFOs and a psychic and vendors selling jewelry, tarot cards, paranormal items and Razorback gear.

I know I'm terrified the Hogs are going to get whupped in Alabama Saturday.

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