The Phoenix ComiCon is the local convention that keeps on growing every year—like some sort of a sci-fi creation one cannot control! It just keeps getting bigger and better—more celebrities are making the Phoenix ComiCon a must do in their schedules. Local artists, writers, and paranormal experts are flocking to Phoenix ComiCon anxious to share their talents.
Whether you are into comic books, science fiction, horror, anime or costuming there is something for all of your friends and family to enjoy. Ghosts, zombies, and the time traveling Steampunk society were three big draws for ComiCon fans this year on May 23-26, 2013.
Several paranormal teams showed up to tell their ghostly adventures. The Phoenix based Arizona Paranormal Investigations (API) team held late night session on The Actuality of Ghost Hunting, How to Capture Audio Evidence While Ghost Hunting, and conducted an informative class on How to Research the History of Haunted Locations.
Sonoran Paranormal Investigations (SPI) based out of the Tucson area offered a Saturday afternoon session on the Most Haunted Places in Arizona, and gave tips on places a budding ghost hunter could do their own research and investigate.
Several of the gals from Mesa’s MVD Ghostchasers entertained a full house Saturday night with their enlightening panel on some of the Untold Mysteries of Arizona Cemeteries. They talked about the top 10 haunted cemeteries in AZ and some of the mysteries behind the deaths of members of the Earp Saga.
Ghosts of Arizona Paranormal Society offered their Paranormal Evidence of Vulture Mine and the Henry Wickenburg House along with a special Paranormal Q & A session.
Based out of Central Phoenix, The Arizona Paranormal Research Society (TAzPRS) shared some of their Paranormal Evidence along with a discussion their EERAD experiments (a theory of adding more energy to a location to enhance the possibility of recording spirits.
To top things off, Paul Bradford of Ghost Hunters International and Heathyr Hoffman of Ghost Hunters Academy were on hand to discuss their most favorite moments of doing the SYFY series, and discuss some of the ghostly adventures not always caught on film.
Zombies were seen everywhere at Phoenix ComiCon Zombie experts treated guests to zombie make up sessions, beauty pageants, how to get your zombie walk on, and there was even a zombie walk outside in the middle of 3rd Street. And just in case the zombies might get out of control, the Depoartment of Zombie Defence (DOZD) was standing by to “keep the pieces.”
The Arizona Steampunk Society offered an array of costuming panels where anyone could create crafts that could take them away on their next time traveling adventure. There were classes on goggles, pocket watch chains, small leather pouches, and more. A Steampunk fashion show mesmerized the attendees with their fabulous costumes.
So as the ghosts, zombies, and time traveler lovers go back home and recuperate from a action packed weekend, it is almost guaranteed they will be back again next year for another weekend of horrifying fun!
For more information: www.phoenixcomicon.com
Arizona Haunted Sites Examiner: Debe Branning firstname.lastname@example.org