Paranormal Access Events is organizing the Pop-Up Paracon Midwest Paranormal Conference, which will take place at the Woodstock Opera House, 121 W. Van Buren Street, Woodstock, Illinois 60098 on Sat. July 8th from 10 am – 7:30 pm. This event is expected to last the entire day and will feature vendors and professional presentations by Paranormal Investigators, TV presenters, Authors, Doctors, Psychologists, and ahem, Priests. They will talk about all aspects of the paranormal.
The conference will be hosted by Chris Fleming, an internationally renowned paranormal investigator who is known for his TV appearances spanning 23 years on Ghost Adventures, Portals to Hell, Help! My House is Haunted, Psychic Kids, and more. He is also known for the Discovery+ & Travel Channels TV series Haunted Scotland, which is now streaming on MAX.
The schedule includes various paranormal investigators who have appeared on TV and around Chicagoland. They will speak about Ghosts, Hauntings, Miracles, Near Death Experiences, UFOs, and The Chicago Mothman.
Paranormal Investigator and radio host Dave Schrader, known for his appearances on TV shows such as The Holzer Files, Ghosts of Devils Perch, and Ghost Adventures, will host the Paranormal 6 panel. This includes appearances from Shane Pittman from Travel Channels’ The Holzer Files and Netflix’s 28 Days Haunted, along with Nick Simons, who also appeared on the hit Netflix show.
Author and writer Amelia Cotter, who is based in Chicago, will talk about haunted Chicagoland. Illinois MUFON director and researcher Sam Maranto, an expert on UFOs over Chicago and the Mothman Sightings, will also speak.
For those who believe in miracles, Dr. Scott J. Kolbaba, M.D., the author of Amazon’s #1 selling book, Physicians’ Untold Stories, will share true stories from doctors around the world who have experienced miracles, a sixth sense, and the supernatural.
Doors open at 10 am, and the speakers will start at 11:00 am and continue until 7:30 pm. The cost is $30 for adults, $15 for students with ID, and $10 for children 17 and under.