October Feature Investigation

October is a busy month.  With a plethora of events happening, we'll put our links here and our events down below.  We are looking forward to meeting and greeting you this month!


Paranormal Pets: Most recent episode for October: El Chupacabra



The darker side to paranormal pets are mysterious Shadow Animals Like shadow people, these remian enigmatic figures though the often evoke less of a sense of terror.  There is still something....unique about them.  Read submitted stories and see what you think.


Paranormal Pets Pages: One of my oldest pages, and certainly a favorite.  Have pugs?  Love pugs?  Then check out the Paranormal Pugs Page and its sister site for our small animal friends, the Paranormal Pocket Pets Page!


Ghosts aren't always scary.  Check out some reports of Family visits from the Otherside.


SPPI Reviews: Books, equipment, and more.


What is exaggeration and what is true?  What is the state of today's paranormal field?  Check out more information here: "The Facts and Fiction of Paranormal Investigation"


Oct. 16: Hunter's Moon

October Announcements

Quick question about September:  Did you see the Black Moon on Sept. 30? 


October: Learn more about the Hunter's Moon which happens when the sunrise and moonset are close together each night.


Upcoming:  Oct. 1:  First Annual International Ghost Hunter's Day

Oct. 10:  Columbus Day (USA) and Thanksgiving Day (Canada)

Oct. 12:  Yom Kippur

Oct. 17:  National Boss Day (USA) and Sukkot


Oct. 22:  Spectral Musings at the Suntan Art Center! Times:  Doors open at 6:30.  Tours at 7, 7:30, 8, and 8:30.  Cost:  Suntan Art Center members are free; $5 suggested donation for the public and guests.  (No one will be turned away)


Where:  Suntan Arts Center (Don Vista building), 3300 Gulf Blvd, St Pete Beach, FL 33706


CONTACT:  St. Petersburg Paranormal Investigation, Brandy Stark, PhD:  sppi@mail.com

CONTACT: Suntan Art Center, Pat Chase (727) 367-3818,  suntanartcenter@verizon.net


Come show us your spirit, and we’ll show you ours!  St. Petersburg Paranormal Investigation and the Suntan Art Center invites the public to attend Spectral Musings, A History, Ghost and Art Tour.  The event will offer an opportunity to learn more about the historic Don Vista building, the older and smaller sister to the Don Cesar.  Thomas Rowe lived in the Don Vista during the hotel’s construction;  the building has also served as administrative offices, a bank, offices for a federal bureau, and even housed a fire truck!  However, there is also something else contained within:  three mysterious presences.  Participants are invited to see if they can catch a glimpse of the Running Man, the Hostess, or the Old Man, each with their own spot in the Don Vista.  Could one of the presences be Thomas Rowe checking on his former home? Is he responsible for the reports of mysterious footsteps heard from time to time?


This year, participants will gather to learn a little of the history of the building before heading out on a guided tour.  Seasoned paranormalist and professor, Dr. Brandy Stark, will host brief discussions on ghost investigations.  Members of St. Petersburg Paranormal Investigation will be on hand to help with questions, describe their experiences, and guide the tour.  Tours will start at 7 PM and run every half hour.  The final tours starts at 8:30 PM.  Tours are designed to be family friendly and for people of all ages.


The Suntan Art Center will be presenting art featuring the theme of the Autumn Harvest The Suntan Art Center will be presenting art featuring the theme of the Autumn Harvest.  Suntan Art Center artists will also be on site to discuss the art, and works will be available for purchase. This year, for the first time, a book about the history and hauntings will also be for sale at the Craftsmen Gallery.


For more information, please check with the St. Petersburg Paranormal Investigation website (www.sppipinellas.net).  Updates and information can also be found on the Facebook Event Invite:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1235766669781814/


October 26:  Presentation, Brandy Stark:   They are not all out to get you:  Friendly spirits, ghosts and ghouls.  Location:  St. Petersburg College/Gibbs campus public library.  Time: 7 - 8 PM.  Free and open to the public.  Tired of scary clowns, killer zombies, and brain-eating ghouls?  Come find the friendly ghosts with us, and feel free to share your friendly ghost stories!


October 28:  Haunted House, Allstate Campus, St. Petersburg College.  3200 34th St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33711.  Free and open to the public.  Dr. Stark will entertain attendees with information on ghosts and hauntings at the entrance to the Haunted House.


October 28 - 30:  Necronomicon.  Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the local home grown convention dedicated to science fiction fans and readers of all ages.  Brandy Stark will present panels on Sunday, starting at 10 a.m.  Learn more here!

Brandy Stark will be here:

Sunday 10:00:00 AM Audubon F Fact and Fiction of Parnormal Investigation HOST
Sunday 11:00:00 AM White Ibis South The Care and Feeding of Your Creative Process  
Sunday 1:00:00 PM Audubon C Seeing What Nobody Else Sees/ Art in the Eye of the Artist







Oct. 31:  HALLOWEEN!!!!!!