What are the signs that summer has arrived in NYC? The Parks and streets of NYC are bustling with activity and New York's own “Ghost Doctors” are in hot pursuit of a different type of activity...Paranormal Activity!
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/20/2017 -- The Ghost Doctors (aka Dr. Pete and Dr. Stew) paranormal investigators and licensed NYC tour guides feel the temperature and atmospheric conditions during summer months are quite spirited and conducive for encounters of a ghostly kind in some of NYC's most famous locations.
"Now that the city is all warmed up and ready to go -- it's an ideal time to search some of New York's iconic locations for signs of paranormal activity," says Dr. Pete. "The weather is just right to enjoy everything New York has to offer along with its ghostly inhabitants."
The Ghost Doctors and their groups of ghost hunting participants use a wide variety of authentic ghost hunting equipment when searching for New York's spirits in some of the city's most historic locations.
This includes such areas as Central Park, Grand Central Terminal, SoHo, American Museum of Natural History and even the Metropolitan Museum of Art -- where the Ghost Doctors can be found leading groups of newly trained amateur ghost hunters on their ghostly quests.
"We find a wide range of people joining us on our ghost hunts. From teachers, doctors, construction workers...too just about anyone who wish to get a feel for real ghost hunting," says Dr. Stew. "But one thing's for sure, everyone has a super or sometimes a supernatural time especially when we pick up signs of paranormal activity during our hunts."
So if one wants to have a cool summertime paranormal experience join up with New York's Ghost Doctors -- it's bound to be one heck of a ghostly adventure!
About Ghost Doctors
Ghost Doctors (http://www.ghostdoctors.com), based in New York City, is the premier ghost hunting tour in NYC that actually allows participants to experience "real" ghost hunts. Their ghosts hunts are available for public, private and corporate events.