“History of the Haunted Comstock” / Part 2, Jeadene Solberg
December 8 @ 7:00 pm$10
Ranked as one of the most haunted locations in America
Jeadene Solberg – Northern Nevada Ghost Hunters – Haunted Comstock
The Comstock Historic District is one of the most important National Historic Landmarks in the United States of America. At over fourteen thousand acres, it is also one of the largest. The district includes Virginia City, Gold Hill, Silver City, the historic part of Dayton, and the historic site of Sutro. This region also consistently ranks as one of the most haunted locations in America and is at the top of every ghost hunter’s must visit list. Jeadene Solberg will discuss the reasons why paranormal investigators believe the Comstock is so haunted and the possible origins of the legends associated with these spirit encounters. The Northern Nevada Ghost Hunters have represented the Haunted Side of the Comstock Foundation since 2014 and love to share their stories, their passion and most of all love to meet like minded people from all over.
Join us for a chilling night of ghost stories and to find out how you can become involved with the Comstock Foundation and Northern Nevada Ghost Hunters.
BIO: Jeadene and her team have been in the paranormal since 2005 and beyond. They run the Gold Hill Ghost Tours, Haunted Hills and Mills and National Ghost Hunting Day on the Haunted Comstock. All proceeds stay on the Comstock and are donated back to The Comstock Foundation for History and Culture. She is a native Californian transplanted to NV back in 1995. She became Executive Director of NNGH and has enjoyed learning about the historic district on the Comstock and meeting and greeting, networking, and teaching people about the energy within them and around them. The paranormal has encouraged her and her team to seek out answers from the other side, by researching history, historical sites, historical societies, books, lectures and people and buildings of the Comstock Now and then.
Tickets are $10/person.
Lecture starts at 7 pm; Doors open at 6:30 pm
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