Paranormal News for the Week of February 26th, 2018
ParaNews for the Week of February 26, 2018
Three take-aways to begin your week:
- iZombie (2015- ) begins Season 4 tonight on the CW. Critics hail the season as a reboot or a second pilot. iZombie debuted to rave reviews as fans follow Olivia “Liv” Moore, Seattle’s Assistant Medical Examiner, a highly-functional zombie. Seasons 1 and 2 brought solid ratings; however, Season 3 saw a huge dip initially. The ratings evened out, and series creator Rob Thomas was able to snag a 4th All of the series regulars return for S4 with some new, fresh characters introduced. iZombie airs on Mondays at 9:30 PM on the CW. Catch up with Seasons 1-3 now streaming on Netflix.
- Friday the 13th (1980) introduced teenagers to Camp Crystal Lake. Unfortunately, most were unable to sleep over at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, the Hardwick, New Jersey, camp where the first installment in the fantastically profitable franchise was filmed. Until now. The Boy Scout Organization, owners of the camp, are opening the camp up for overnight camping on Friday, April 13-Saturday, April 14. Campers may also bid on auctions featuring actress Adrienne King, who played “Alice” in the first two films. Minimum age is 21 years old. Visit https://www.crystallaketours.com/news/ for more information.
- Tennessee’s most haunted abandoned hospital Old South Pittsburg Hospital has started daytime investigations, Sundays through Thursdays. Investigations began on February 12, 2018. Cost is extremely reasonable at $25 per person. Contact Stacey at 423.362.0086 to reserve your tickets.