New Jersey Paranormal Investigations to Bring Spooky Spirit to Ocean County Library Toms River Branch

September 22, 2022

TOMS RIVER – Learn what it takes to be a ghost hunter, and see the sophisticated gear that helps to spot spectres. New Jersey Paranormal Investigations will take you to the dark side at the Ocean County Library Toms River Branch, 7 PM Monday, October 17.

The program will be led by NJPI founder Barry Ruggiero, who has researched hair-raising occurrences for more than 12 years. The paranormal expert uses basic physics and advanced equipment in his scientific probes of hauntings and spirits. NJPI has more than 112,000 Facebook followers.

Barry’s probe of spirits believed to inhabit the Hannah Caldwell House in Union was profiled in the Newark Star-Ledger. Most recently, the Atlantic Highlands Historical Society recruited him to examine paranormal claims at the Strauss Mansion Museum.

Barry also was Woodbridge Mayor John McCormick’s guest on a township television program about chilling, unexplained phenomena in the community, and NJPI been featured on News12 New Jersey.

Registration at is required to attend this free program, which will take place in Mancini Hall. For more information, visit the Toms River Branch, 101 Washington Street, or call (7320 349-6200.

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