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St. Patrick's Day Weekend Brings Ghost Hunting to NYC Queens Flushing Meadows Park

Where can New Yorkers experience a paranormal St. Patrick's Day weekend? In Queens NYC's Flushing Meadows Park of course!


New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/09/2017 -- This St. Patrick's Day weekend the Ghost Doctors will be taking groups of courageous amateur ghost hunters in training on actual ghostly investigations through Queens NYC's Flushing Meadows Park -- the home of the two former World's Fairs.

With equipment in hand,-- like a scene straight out of a blockbuster ghostly movie -- they'll prowl Flushing Meadows passing hulking relics from a time long gone for signs of paranormal activity.

The Ghost Doctors (aka Dr. Pete and Dr. Stew) noted paranormal investigators and licensed NYC tour guides say they have encountered signs of some strange and ghostly paranormal activity within the 1255 acre wonderland located in the heart of Queens NYC

"On past explorations through Flushing Meadows we have found signs of paranormal activity including strange audio recordings to photographic evidence," says Dr. Pete. "And this was accompanied by a variety of different readings from our equipment."

Moreover, the Ghost Doctors say Flushing Meadows Park is almost like being in an outdoor museum considering all the historic and iconic structures that are still standing. And with so many places to explore, these two two intrepid ghost hunters say each and every ghost hunt is unique as they never know what will turn up during a paranormal expedition especially in a place as majestic as Queens NYC's Flushing Meadows Park.

And if the spirits are willing this St. Patrick's Day weekend, some festive ghostly spirits may just happen to stop by and bring some holiday cheer and a four-leaf clover to Queens Flushing Meadows Park.

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