What's Spookier Than Lizzie Borden?

Investigate paranormal activity this Halloween from the home of the infamous woman who murdered her father and stepmother - maybe.

"Lizzie Borden took an ax..."

That nursery rhyme became famous because of the grisley, gruesome ax murders of Lizzie Borden's parents in 1892 in Fall River, Massachusetts. Lizzie was tried for the murders and found not guilty. 

But was Lizzie Borden really innocent?

Paranormal Investigator Al Rauber will discuss activity at the Borden family house this Wednesday, October 24, 7:30 pm at the Barron Arts Center.

In “The Lizzie Tapes: A Paranormal Case Study”, part of the Dr. Stephen Kaplan “A Taste of the Arts” lecture series, Rauber will delve into whether any spirits still haunt the Massachusetts scene of the crime.

Rauber was commissioned to find concrete evidence that spirits still reside in this historic home. Known for his use of EVP - Electronic Voice Phenomena -Rauber offers audio proof of ethereal voices collected during two visits to the Lizzie Borden house in this bone-chilling lecture.

Admission is free, but donations are accepted. Reservations are required. To learn more or to register for the lecture, call 732-634-0413.

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