Deptford Twp. – The Gloucester County College Ghost Chaser Club will host an interactive panel with Doug Hogate Jr., president and founder of Jersey Unique Minds Paranormal Society (JUMPS), on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 1:30 p.m.
Seasoned in all things paranormal, Hogate and his team have a well-known reputation for investigating disturbances with scientific knowledge and utmost professionalism. Spirits are believed to disrupt the electromagnetic atmosphere when manifesting, speaking or moving. The organization explores inexplicable activity on behalf of clients using night vision IR cameras, audio recorders and digital electromagnetic field reader equipment.
Hogate will also share stories describing past ghost hunts, some of which include the Salem County Insane Asylum, Salem County College, Battleship New Jersey, Fraternal Order of the Eagle and a number of private residencies.
The Ghost Chaser Club is brand new to GCC’s Student Life program. Inaugural president Justin Leach recently led the group on its first paranormal investigation at the Old Stone Village in Washington Township.
The presentation will take place on campus in Instructional Center room 430. For more information, contact Cheryl McBride, director of Student Life, at 856-415-2236.
Gloucester County College’s 250-acre campus is located at 1400 Tanyard Road in Deptford, right off Exit 56 of Route 55.