Is Concord’s Colonial Inn Haunted? To start celebrating Halloween Season you can join for a Dinner & Paranormal Investigation at the Historic Concord’s Colonial to find out!
Join award-winning authors and paranormal investigators Thomas D’Agostino & Arlene Nicholson on September 22nd, the first day of Fall, for a dining experience at Concord’s Colonial Inn and an evening of paranormal investigating including infamous rooms 24 and 27.
Thomas D’Agostino and Arlene Nicholson will lead this paranormal event. They’ve researched and investigated the supernatural for over 40 years, with more than 1400 cases to their name. These two world-renowned authors have written 16 acclaimed books on hauntings and legends of New England.
Dining With the Dead 1031 began 16 years ago when the couple hosted paranormal investigation dinners and luncheons at haunted restaurants, hotels, and Inns throughout New England. Every event allows you to be an investigator; use equipment alongside us in search of spirits roaming within walls of establishments.
So, what can we expect for this Paranormal Investigation and Dinner at our historical Concord’s Colonial Inn?
Doors will open at 6:00 PM for a quick check-in with a brief presentation on the History and Haunts of Concord’s Colonial Inn by our guest speakers. There are door prizes throughout the night with fun items for everyone participating in this event.
And of course, a Colonial Buffet Dinner awaits you:
Bread Basket House-Made Cornbread & Warm Dinner Rolls.
Entrees: Salad, Farmer’s Salad, Mixed Greens, Cucumber, Cherry Tomatoes, Carrots with Shallot Vinaigrette; Pasta with House-Made Bolognese & Alfredo sauce on the side, Yankee Pot Roast.
Accompaniments: Chef’s Choice of Potato and Vegetable.
Dessert: Warm Deep Dish Apple Pie.
Beverages: Fresh Brewed Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee, and Assorted Hot Teas.
NOTE: Requests for other plates must be submitted in advance.
For this paranormal adventure, You will be provided with the necessary equipment for your work. You will investigate Concord’s Colonial Inn- including Room 24 (which served as the operating room during the war) and Room 27 (which was used as the morgue during the Revolutionary War).
A reveal of the evidence and experiences will be sent to you after the event and posted on the website: www.diningwiththedead1031.com. At Concord Sentinel, these findings will be published too, as a commemoration for the Halloween season.
For this event is important to remember:
– No age restrictions but a photo ID is needed for the cash bar.
– Free parking is available at the back of the building.
– Refunds up to 7 days before the event.
– $60 per ticket.
For tickets to experience Paranormal Investigations and Dinner at Concord’s Colonial Inn on September 22nd, please visit this website: https://www.concordscolonialinn.com/haunted-hotel/
Be a part of this Dinner and Interactive Hands-On Paranormal Investigation at the Historic Concord’s Colonial Inn, where YOU are the investigator!
NOTE: Because of the historic architecture of the building, take into consideration that there are no elevators. Staircases only.