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Ghostly Photographs and Real Ghost Stories

Paranormal photographer Julie Griffin shares real ghost stories Tuesday night at the library.

Graveyards, abandoned prisons and asylums, historic homes where crimes have taken place — Meriden paranormal investigator and photographer Julie Griffin spends a lot of time visiting places like these that are purported to be haunted.

She has captured many spooky images that contain unexplained mist, shadows or glowing light.

Just in time for Halloween, Griffin shares her ghostly photos — and the real ghost stories behind them in a presentation Tuesday evening at the Southington Public Library. 

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Ghostly Photographs for Tweens, Teens and Adults takes place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. There is no cost, but space is limited. Please register beforehand by calling the library’s Children’s Department at (860) 628-0947, ext. 3.

For a peek at Griffin’s work, visit her website: www.ghostlyphotographs.com.

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