Paranormal Activity Revealed in Old City Hall – Saturday, October 8th 3-5pm $5 admission; members free

Special programs at the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum with the Wichita Paranormal Research Society

Saturday, Oct. 8th – 3-5 pm – A public reveal of the recent paranormal activity documented in Old City Hall, now the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum. Admission for this ticketed event is $5; members are free.

Call the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum to purchase tickets – seating is limited.

Wichita’s Original City Hall was built in 1890 and is known as the “Palace of the Plains.”All city offices, including the police and fire departments and Wichita’s first public library, were housed in the building which functioned as City Hall until 1976. Since that time, the building has been home to the Historical Museum and serves as the Museum’s premier artifact and exhibit. The Museum occupies the entire building and features dozens of individual exhibits pertaining to local history.

The Wichita Paranormal Research Society is committed to authenticating evidence and documenting the existence of paranormal activity using current technological and scientific methods. The Wichita Paranormal Research Society does not attempt to “prove” a haunting, but interprets evidence to support reasonable explanations whenever possible.  Visit their website at

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