If you want a real life fright for the Halloween season, one local historic site has your chance to go on a real ghost hunt at a former top secret military base.

Camp Evans, right off of Route 18 in Wall Township, has an amazing history, much of which is still shrouded in secrecy.

I've had the chance to do paranormal investigations at Camp Evans a number of times and I can tell you from experience that it's a very cool place, but it's also a very creepy place.

Just in time for Halloween, Camp Evans, now the non-profit InfoAge Science History Center and Museum, is giving the public a chance to join in on a ghost hunt.

The public paranormal investigation will be on Friday, October 25th from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Participants will be split up into small groups, each headed by an experienced paranormal investigator, and will have the opportunity to conduct their own investigations in various parts of the complex.

The event is open to both experienced ghost hunters and beginners, but space is limited to keep the groups small.

And don't worry, you don't need to bring any fancy equipment with you, but you can always build your very own ghost hunter starter kit with the help of our handy guide that's right here.

You can get more information and tickets for Camp Evans' Paranormal Night by clicking here.

100% of the proceeds go right back to the InfoAge Science History Center and Museum to help both restore this amazing historic Shore site and tell its story and the stories of the mini-museums that are housed on-base.

 

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