Create A Memory and Have A Spirited Day!
Friday, October 27, 2017 through
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Thomas Shepherd Inn
300 West German Street
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
COST PER PERSON:
ROOM COST + $150
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION
AND INITIAL DOWN-PAYMENT IS
May 1, 2017
A $75 non-refundable deposit is required
at time of registration. The remaining
event fee is due no later than
September 1, 2017.
(Advanced Registration is Required)
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For more details and room costs and
descriptions, please click HERE for the Event Brochure.
Attendees must provide their own
transportation to and from the event.
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Jennifer is a Psychic Medium and Tarot Reader of many years. She has been on television and participated in many psychic fairs as well as private readings. She also does house cleansing and paranormal investigations. Truly gifted, she amazes people with her communications and insight.
Melody is a spiritual adviser and clairvoyant psychic Medium. She has the ability to connect with the spirit realm and relay messages from loved ones who have passed on. She is able to provide evidence that the loved one is truly communicating with her, by providing information that there is no way of her knowing on her own. This sort of Mediumship has a profound effect on people because the evidence they provide validate the experience they are having. Melody's work involves a variety of healing modalities, backed by a natural ability to connect to the spirit world. Since she was a young girl she was able to communicate with spirit. In 2004 she began strengthening and nurturing her gift. She is a trained Lightarian Worker (Angel healing), and Reiki practitioner, as well as having completed several psychic development and spiritual awareness classes. She also practices and prays in the Native America way.
DISCLAIMER: The information Jennifer Fortune and/or Melody Bruch provide is subject to personal interpretation and does not constitute legal, psychological, medical, business or financial advice. Each attendee is responsible for his or her own choices and actions. Psychic readings are for entertainment purposes only. Spirited Events by Jofa is not responsible for any actions taken as a result of these readings.
Be prepared to join Spirited Events by Jofa for a weekend paranormal exploration of Shepherdstown, WV. Our home base will be the lovely Thomas Shepherd Inn, located downtown just steps away from all of the local history. Chartered in 1762 and rich with history, Shepherdstown has also recently been highlighted in Destination America's "Ghosts of Shepherdstown". Here’s your opportunity to spend the weekend in this historic town!
Our weekend will feature a history and hauntings walking tour with Dana Mitchell. Dana is the historian who provides the back stories and history for the "Ghosts of Shepherdstown" show. You will hear about the forgotten history, unrequited love and murder, frontier days, Civil War lore, life along the Potomac River, mysterious legends, and of course, ghostly tales. Dana will be putting together a private tour for our group, so bring your flashlight, recorder, camera or any other paranormal equipment you may have. Don't forget your walking shoes.
On Saturday afternoon, enjoy a pizza lunch at the Thomas Shepherd Inn while Dana tells more ghostly stories from Shepherdstown. She will be followed by medium, Jennifer Fortune, who will give everyone messages from the other side. For an additional cost, we’ve added optional activities including a horse drawn carriage tour of Antietam and 30-minute private readings from Melody Bruch. That same weekend, the annual "BooFest" will be going on in. Take advantage of all of the special activities that will be offered throughout town.
For more details and room costs and descriptions, please click HERE for the Event Brochure.
Friday, October 27, 2017
10:00-12pm Optional Carriage Tour of Antietam
2:00-4pm Optional Carriage Tour of Antietam
3:00-6pm Check In
6:00-7:30pm Dinner on Your Own
7:30-9:00pm History and Hauntings Walking Tour of Shepherdstown
9:30pm-??? Paranormal Exploration of the Thomas Shepherd Inn
Saturday, October 28, 2017
10-1:00pm Time for optional activities and to enjoy BooFest
1:00-2:30pm Pizza Lunch at Thomas Shepherd Inn with Historian, Dana Mitchell and Medium, Jennifer Fortune
2:30-5:30pm Time for optional activities and to enjoy BooFest
2:30-5:30pm Optional readings with Melody Bruch
5:30-7:30pm Dinner on your own
8:00pm-?? Paranormal exploration of the Thomas Shepherd Inn
Sunday, October 29, 2017
10:00am Open discussion of any activity experienced and Q&A
11:00am Check Out
(Itinerary is subject to change)
The Thomas Shepherd Inn providing gracious hospitality since 1984, was first built in 1868 as the parsonage for St. Peter’s Lutheran Church. This Federal-style building consisted of a parlor, dining room, kitchen and “three chambers”. The building served as parsonage until 1936, when it was sold for $6000 to Dr. Halvard Wanger and his wife, Dr. Sarah Elizabeth McFetridge. Drs. Wanger and McFetridge added the Duke Street section of the building to provide offices and exam rooms for their patients.
A plaque with their names remains on the Duke Street exterior wall. In the interior of the inn, a plaque with Dr. McFetridge’s name and specialty, anesthesiology, remains.
The property was purchased in 1983 from Dr. McFetridge’s estate by Ed and Carol Ringoot, who converted it to a gracious bed and breakfast inn, named after the town’s founder. The inn has operated continuously since 1984.
The current innkeepers, David and Lauren Duh, look forward to serving you and continuing to offer the gracious hospitality the Thomas Shepherd Inn has become known for. As with many innkeepers, Dave and Lauren have come from non-innkeeping backgrounds. Dave teaches high school chemistry and physics, but during his college years at Allegheny College he did work in the college kitchen/cafeteria. Lauren worked as a nurse for many years but fondly remembers her very first job serving breakfast in the Great Harbor Inn on Martha’s Vineyard. While they saw many beautiful inns in their search for a bed and breakfast to own and run, the Thomas Shepherd Inn and the town of Shepherdstown felt like home.