A quarter century later, the story is finally being told... The paranormal lecture tour has begun!!!!
Experience the authentic events known as the 'C2D1 Haunting' being recreated in the upcoming paranormal film "Please, talk with me" (www.facebook.com/pleasetalk | www.ptwmthefilm.com).
"Please, talk with me" is an independent thriller that recreates the actual events surrounding the photograph known across the internet as the 'C2D1 Ghost.' The photo was taken during the winter of 1985 on the college campus in Geneseo, New York when strange occurrences began to transpire inside Erie Hall. Over a period of several months, a number of the students would have their lives forever altered by a series of paranormal events.
Each presentation will feature an introduction from the film's director, Mara Katria. She'll offer her thoughts on both the research and filmmaking processes. Audience members can expect to receive an exclusive glimpse at "Please, talk with me" including production footage, music and possible comments from the movie's actors. Highlighted will be the sharing of live accounts from key witnesses to the C2D1 Haunting. Original photographs, paranormal recordings and other evidence from the haunting will be exhibited.
On Saturday, August 27th at 2:00pm in prestigious Penn State's Foster Auditorium (102 Paterno Library | University Park, PA 16802), don't miss the chance to hear Mr. Chris DiCesare, key witness to the C2D1 Haunting, share his perspectives on the events being turned into a feature film. Make sure to jot down your questions, because at 4:30pm that evening, Mr. DiCesare will be joined by the writer of the journal notes taken during the 1985 haunting -- that provided the basis for the movie's screen play -- Mr. John Jeff Ungar, for an in-depth Q&A Session!
For reservations and special considerations, please contact Claire Grey (email@example.com). Seating is limited to 130 guests.
This event is being co-sponsored by the Penn State University Libraries. For more information about the venue, visit www.libraries.psu.edu.