Deemed the “most haunted place in the upstate” by Paranormalist Jason Profit of Greenville,
SC, the Historic Belton Train Depot will be the site of more investigations on Friday, Oct. 23.
The public is invited to attend.
At 7 PM, Reece Christian, world renowned psychic medium, will be available to conduct
personal readings of those who have purchased advanced tickets for $20. These personal
readings will last approximately 10 minutes each and are limited to 10 people. The audience is
free to observe.
A published Pulitzer Prize-nominated author, Christian has worked as a psychic detective,
spiritual advisor, and public figure.
“We’re very excited that she will be appearing in Belton,” said the Belton Area Museum
Association Executive Director Kathy Benson. “Reece is a real expert in her field. She has been
a special guest on the Tonight Show and NBC’s the Today Show. She has also worked on
episodes of television shows including the TruTV’s Haunting Evidence, A&E’s Paranormal State,
and SyFy’s Ghost Hunters.”
Christian is a member of several paranormal research societies, as well as the Cold Case
Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI). CCIRI is a volunteer organization of law enforcement
personnel who focuses on high profile cold cases such as those involving Chandra Levy, Amber
Hagerman, and Natalie Holloway, to name a few.
She has several extraordinary abilities that help her channel the spirit world. Using
clairaudience (spirits communicate audibly to her), clairvoyance (spirits reveal themselves to
her in images), clairsentience (revelation of knowledge), medical intuition (information of
medical conditions) and psychometry (objects or photographs reveal messages), Christian is
able to read people’s past, present, and future. A lucky few will be able to have an audience
with her that evening for a nominal $20 fee. The public is invited to observe these readings and
hear about her experiences.
After a short break, at 9:30 the Carolina Society for Paranormal Research and Investigation
crew will present new findings from their two most recent lock in visits to the depot. The
audience is invited to attend this information session free of charge.
CSPRI is a non-profit organization that uses scientific principles to perform every investigation.
They strive to further the field of paranormal investigation and research through using scientific
protocols, but they also hold to Christian ideals and beliefs. Founded in 2012, the group’s
researchers have over half a century of paranormal research and investigation experience.
Dennis Carroll, CSPRI’s chief demonologist, has appeared on the show “Ghost Asylum” and the
“Your Carolina Show.” He has also written many books that are found in the Anderson County
Library as well as at local bookstores. An ordained minister, Carroll feels he performs
paranormal services for people as a godly ministry.
At 10:30, those with advanced purchased tickets ($25 each) will be allowed to stay at the depot
for a lock in. During this two-hour session, ticket holders will be familiarized with ghost hunting
equipment, will conduct research in various areas of the building, and will, hopefully,
experience a paranormal event.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact Kathy Benson, BAMA Executive
Director at 864-338-7400 during museum hours, Wednesday and Thursday (9 – 2); Friday (9 –
4); and Saturday (9 – 1).