My friend Javier Ortega, brains behind the excellent website Ghost Theory has been making significant headway recently with the promotion of a new conference he plans to host in the Los Angeles area this summer called Paranormal LA.

In the past, I’ve had the pleasure of corresponding with Javier an awful lot, and the rational, questioning journalism he successfully brings to the field of paranormal phenomenon has been a huge help in several stories I’ve investigated over the last couple of years. Thus, I’m delighted to see momentum building around the conference he’s putting together, knowing already that it will be one of the best presentations of available knowledge out there from three of the most fantastic guests around: Linda Godfrey, Barry Conrad, and the incomparable Loren Coleman. To learn more about the event, visit the website, or you can rush to buy tickets (which Javier warns are selling quickly!) by clicking here.

Paranormal L.A. 2009 Single day passes are available for purchase at the following dates:

Friday August 21, 2009 – $50.00 (Available Jun 30 – Aug 21)

Saturday August 22, 2009 – $50.00 (Available Jun 30 – Aug 22)

Sunday August 23, 2009 – $50.00 (Available Jun 30 – Aug 23)

Weekend Passes are $125.00, and are available Jun 30 – Aug 23. Of course, by purchasing a Paranormal L.A. 2009 3-day-access pass, you benefit by saving $25 on overall costs. Again, I must stress that Javier and the folks at Ghost Theory strongly recommend signing up early. This is shaping up to be the “go-to” event of the summer. For tickets, visit the link below:

Paranormal LA: Buy Now!

Also, to contact Javier and Ghost Theory directly with questions, use this contact form at their website.

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at