On Sunday, Oct. 28, the Dreibelbis Farm Historical Society will host a program by the Kutztown Area Scientific Paranormal Evidence Research group at the Historic Dreibelbis Farm in Virginville.
This unusual event is a public demonstration growing out of a private paranormal investigation by K.A.S.P.E.R. members. From 4:30 to 6:30 “non–scary” hayrides and bonfire refreshments will be offered. An explanation of paranormal research instruments and techniques will kick off the main program at 6:30, including a “live investigation demonstration.” Then, from 7:15 until 8:30 p.m., there’ll be more hayrides, refreshments, and fun at the bonfire.
The Dreibelbis Farm Historical Society is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and protect the Historic Dreibelbis Farm and to make it available to the public for educational, historical, and environmental purposes.
The more than 180-acre farm has been owned by the Dreibelbis family for more than 240 years. Built in the 1860s, the un-remodeled farmhouse has sparked the imagination and touched the “sensitivities” of a number of our visitors. There is a $10 admission donation to benefit the historic farm and on-site parking is free. The event will be held rain or shine, though some of the hayrides and bonfire are subject to decent weather.
The Historic Dreibelbis Farm is located on Route 143 south of the village of Virginville. GPS Address: 356 Hard Hill Road, Hamburg, PA.
For more information about the historic farm, visit www.Dreibelbisfarm.org, "Historic Dreibelbis Farm" on Facebook, or call Mark at 610-488-7896. For information about the paranormal investigation group, visit “K.A.S.P.E.R. Paranormal Group” on Facebook or call their contact number, 484-219-5817.