Ghost Hunter set to return to LMU
Patrick Burns, of TruTV’s ‘Haunting Evidence,’ to appear Wednesday
HARROGATE, Tenn. — Internationally renowned ghost hunter, published author and star of TruTV’s “Haunting Evidence” Patrick Burns will appear at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) on Wednesday. Burns returns with an all new program in the Sam and Sue Mars Performing Arts Center in the Duke Hall of Citizenship at 7:30 p.m.
This will mark Burns’ third visit to LMU. He will once again lead a ghost hunt on campus after the program. In a previous visit he recorded paranormal activity in Duke Hall. His presentations have been exceedingly popular with students and even prompted the creation of LMU’s own paranormal student organization.
For three seasons, Burns was called to apply his vast knowledge of electronics and computer systems toward the goal of documenting paranormal activity on TruTV’s “Haunting Evidence.” He considers himself to be a skeptical believer and cautiously examines all claims of paranormal events. Burns is one of the most respected and in-demand paranormal researchers today, receiving requests to conduct investigations and lectures across the country.
He uses numerous technical skills in his investigation including a mastery of advanced audio filtering techniques for enhancing faint electronic voice phenomena recordings. When not in front of the camera, Burns can be found working behind one. He is a professional photographer and videographer. He shoots in infrared light exclusively. His unique style has won him accolades. He is the founder and director of Ghost Hounds, one of the largest paranormal communities in the United States, and is the organizer and host of GhoStock, a paranormal enthusiast’s convention held annually at famously haunted locations across the country.
His program is open to the public. For more information, contact Student Activities Director Rick Stowe at 423-869-6811.
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