Wendover Paranormal Experience

Historic Wendover Airfield October 19, 2019

The 2nd annual Wendover Paranormal Experience returns to the Historic Wendover Airfield on October 19, 2019.


Experience the paranormal side of the Utah airfield that played a major role in World War II. On October 19th, you can experience the ghosts for yourself! Half of all proceeds from this event go towards the ongoing restoration of the airfield.

Because this is such a large investigation area, all groups will be limited to no more than 12 people to ensure the highest quality experience for everyone.

Must be 16 or older, and those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian!

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Basic Admission:

  • Presentations with Q&A
  • 4 Hours of Ghost Hunting with full access to SIX separate haunted locations.
  • Fully catered dinner inside the original Service Club mess hall.

VIP Admission:

All of the above plus:

  • Limited to 10 spots.
  • Wendover Paranormal Experience 2019 T-Shirt.
  • Additional investigation with Jennifer and Misty at the end of the event.

Investigation Sites:

  • Barracks
  • Mess Hall
  • Service Club
  • Fire Station
  • Hospital Complex
  • Nurses Quarters

Speakers:

Jennifer Jones – Lover of all things paranormal since a young age, Jennifer has combined her love of history and the paranormal since 2012 through her blog The Dead History. She also runs Ogden History Tours along with her husband Matt, and published Ghosts of Ogden, Brigham City and Logan in 2017.

Misty Bussard Of Cinder & Soul, has been reading Tarot and energies for over 25 years. Helping others eliminate negativity in their life is her passion. She does this through many outlets such as crystal work, herbal and candle magic, and tarot and oracle card reading (just to name a few)!

Misty is also very sensitive to energies and this is how she picks up lingering presences that may be bound to the earthly realm. Her main goal is to help these energies move on, in turn helping the living to thrive in a positive energy environment.

Jim & Tom PetersonAirfield Directors & Historians This father and son team are responsible for saving the airfield as well as the amazing restoration work that is currently taking place.