Ghostly appearance at Wilmington Rotary


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Dr. Randy Overbeck, Xenia Rotarian, and Katherine Harrison Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club.

Dr. Randy Overbeck, Xenia Rotarian, and Katherine Harrison Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club.


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Dr. Randy Overbeck, Xenia Rotarian and author of “Things That Go Bump in the Night”, spoke about ghosts to the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon at the Community Room in the Municipal Building.

Dr. Overbeck gave the Rotarians a multimedia show which explored the role of ghosts in our culture. Dr. Overbeck stated that, in his book, he details a broad comparison documenting the history and acceptance of ghosts.

He cites that one in two Americans believe in ghosts; one in five Americans have encountered a ghost; and most religions have ghosts embedded in their beliefs.

Dr. Overbeck projected several images of ghost photos, from unenhanced images, common threads in studying ghosts including death and stumbling between life and eternity; demon events; and that ghosts are only temporary and in flux.

Dr. Overbeck’s new book is available on Amazon.

Dr. Randy Overbeck, Xenia Rotarian, and Katherine Harrison Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/03/web1_IMG_0631.jpgDr. Randy Overbeck, Xenia Rotarian, and Katherine Harrison Tigar, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club. Courtesy photo

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