Sat, Oct 22

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406 E Adams St, Kosciusko, MS 39090, USA

The Attala Jail & Old Southern Funeral Home

Join Paranormal Explorations of America and Flumeri Promotions as we investigate the two most haunted locations in Kosciuszko, MS!

The Attala Jail & Old Southern Funeral Home

Time & Location

Oct 22, 6:00 PM EDT – Oct 23, 12:00 AM EDT

406 E Adams St, Kosciusko, MS 39090, USA

About The Event

In the little town of Kosciusko, Mississippi, (with a town population of only 6,891), sits a building that has been around for almost seventy years. The Old Southern Funeral Home was constructed in 1954. And since its opening, (when it was originally called Woodall Funeral Home), Old Southern Funeral Home has had over 4,200 funeral services there before closing their doors in 2017. They say that funerals are where we pay our last respects to our loved ones before they travel to the afterlife. But do they? Many people who have investigated the funeral home (including funeral home staff before its closure) have said to have experienced something at the funeral home. Many reports of seeing dark shadows, doors opening and closing, disembodied voices, and EVPs (also known as electronic voice phenomena), and the feeling of being watched.

The historic Attala has had a similar beginning as Old Southern Funeral Home. Built in 1957, the Attala Jail has seen many criminal offenders come and go through its doors until closing in 2017. Making it one of the oldest operating jails in Mississippi. Nowadays, it is known as one of the most haunted locations in the state! Attala Jail, also known as "The Halfway House", because Federal Agents who were transporting prisoners would stop there for the night before reaching their final destination. In 1957, a prisoner took his own life in one of the cells and since then, people have experienced odd things at the jail. Disembodied voices, noises, electronic voice phenomena, and even the apparition of a man in the dayroom of the jail that people believe to be the apparition of a former correctional officer.

Joining you in investigating Old Southern Funeral Home & Attala Jail will be none other than Shannon M. Rogers, owner of Paranormal Explorations of America. Shannon began her journey in the Metaphysical world eleven years ago and discovering her love for the paranormal field three years ago. Not only is she the owner of Paranormal Explorations of America but is also the founder of her own paranormal group Grim Fatale Paranormal, owner of her own paranormal apothecary line, former co-host of a popular podcast show, has been featured on the season premiere of the paranormal television show A GHOST RUINED MY LIFE, and is the owner and president of Sirius Star Media & Productions. Accompanying her is Ray Savino. Ray is the founder of RTL PARANORMAL which is located in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area since 2009 and has well over 200 investigations under his belt. His group has investigated private homes, business, farms, and active military bases in Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and New York. He has investigated with many of today's most recognizable paranormal celebrities in the field. Such as, Daryl Marston, Mustafa Gatollari, Kristen Luman, and Joe Chin from the television show Ghost Finders. He is also the owner of Flumeri Promotions, a paranormal talent management company that also specializes in hosting their own public ghost hunting events throughout the United States. Although, he loves everything about the paranormal, his passion is in reviewing audio.

EVENT INCLUDES:

  • Meet-n-Greet
  • Introductions
  • Photo Opportunities
  • Q&A Panel
  • Merchandise for Sale
  • Paranormal Investigation
  • Light snacks & Drinks

THIS EVENT IS A FAMILY ORIENTED EVENT. FOR EVERYONE FROM THE AGES OF 12 YEARS OF AGE AND UP. MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN. ALCOHOL OR DRUGS USE ON THE PROPERTY AND/OR DURING THE EVENT IS PROHIBITED. THOSE FOUND UNDER THE INFLUENCE WILL NO LONGER PARTAKE IN THE EVENT AND BE ESCORTED OFF THE PROPERTY.

NO REFUNDS.

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  • OSFH/Attala General Admission

    $45

    +$1.13 Service fee

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