Standing room to hear paranormal investigator

A Ghostly Affair drew almost 50 people to the Twin Falls Co. Historical Museum.

It was standing room only to hear paranormal investigator Marie Cuff

Marie Cuff discussing paranormal investigation

Almost 50 people turned out Oct. 15 to hear Marie Cuff of Boise, executive director of the International Paranormal Reporting Group, discuss paranormal activity in Idaho.
The International Paranormal Reporting Group has been serving Idaho and Oregon since 2000 and is a member of the TAPS organization.
The event, held at the Twin Falls County Historical Museum, was sponsored to kick off submissions for its upcoming book, “Hauntings from the Snake River Plain.”
Cuff discussed the mission of the group, talked about different types of hauntings and shared audio and video clips from the group’s investigations.
Check out a news story on KMVT-TV about the event.


Filed under announcements, Archives 2011

4 responses to “Standing room to hear paranormal investigator

  1. Great job! Great pictures! Great T.V. coverage. Now for the book.

  2. Once again, The Other Bunch presented a fun and informative event. Thank you Bonnie, Patricia and Dixie the time and work you put into the Ghostly Affair was very much appreciated.

  3. Thanks, Cheryl. So glad you enjoyed it.

  4. It was an honor to be a part of such a great event with so many amazing guests!

    Thank you for having me!
    Marie Cuff
    Executive Director

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