Help Haunt Queen Anne
PALESTINE — Sonshine Paranormal Investigators of Fort Worth will visit haunted Palestine again this weekend. Over the last year the investigators have investigated multiple locations in Palestine including the old Memorial Hospital, the Museum for East Texas Culture. At the end of this month the group will also investigate the Historic Texas Theatre. This Saturday, after the Haunted Treats & Historic Open House Project Fund-raiser Sonshine Paranormal Investigators will launch an investigation of Queen Anne.
The Haunted Treats & Historic Open House Project Fund-raiser will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, at 621 S. Micheaux St. in conjunction with homeowner Jeremy Janz’s “Help Haunt Queen Anne — House of Nightmares” project.
The public is invited to tour the historic home during the open house and ask questions about the theatrical haunted house project.
Sonshine Paranormal Investigators will have their equipment set up throughout the house for the investigation they will conduct after the event. Investigators will be on hand during the open house to answer questions about paranormal investigations.
Janz’s goal is to preserve and restore one of Palestine’s historic homes. The 108-year-old Queen Anne style home is perfect for an exciting theatrical haunted house. If the Haunted Queen Anne project receives a good response and donations from the community, Janz plans to open the haunted house on the following days: Oct. 19-20, Oct. 25-28 and Oct. 30-31.
The public is invited to attend the fund-raiser and tour the home. Donations for the project will be accepted. For more information about the theatrical haunted house project, visitwww.hauntedqueenanne.com