On this page, I will copy the opinions and results from the many different libraries that we have been a part of. This will be the actual work from the employees that represent those area libraries. My intention here is to show just what these locations and their patrons thought about their experiences with Agawam Paranormal.

Mary Ellen from the Barre Library wrote:

“We loved Ghostology 101. People were really excited about it and we had a good turnout. People were vexed that they missed it! We had to calm them down by saying that it would be aired on our local cable access station and that we’d be getting a DVD to circulate. Rob was informative, funny and well spoken and his PowerPoint images and graphics as well as his voice recordings reinforced his narrative. I was mesmerized the entire time because it was so great and to have two team members who actually went to these places and heard and saw things makes it so much more real than watching a TV show. Feedback from the patrons was fabulous”

Desiree Smelcer from the South Hadley Library and current President of the South Hadley Historical Society wrote:

“Dynamic, Scientific, and Professional”

The Agawam Paranormal Society represents the best an informed and sensible group has to offer.

They engage the library patrons with their presentations and give open honest answers. The Society is logical and thorough with their investigations, and while they have fun they are serious in their execution.

Every program that I have hosted has been well attended. This group comes with the highest recommendation.

Jennifer Rhoades from the Gale Free Library in Holden wrote:

From the Gale Free Library:

Ghostology 101 was one of our most popular programs of the year. So much so that we already have patrons asking for them to return next year with Ghostology 101 and 201. Rob and Jeff could not have been more professional, and generous with their time. They gave our audience a basis for understanding the fundamentals of paranormal investigations, including its history, terminology, equipment, and modern endeavors in the popular media. Not only were they incredibly informative, but entertaining as well. Their presentation was interactive, and thoroughly engaging, with opportunities to experience first-hand the world of a paranormal investigator (including handling equipment, and listening to samples of audio recordings). Our patrons are still talking about it!

Halie Theoharides from the Dickinson Memorial Library in Northfield wrote:

Dear Rob & everyone at Agawam Paranormal,

Thanks for a fantastic event!!  All of our patrons have been raving about the presentation. Several have come in asking if we are going to have the team visit for another Ghostology program next year! It was wonderful to see new faces arrive at the library for this event, and to have a full house of attentive, engaged listeners.  I think the enthusiasm you bring is wonderful and helps newcomers to the library see that libraries are important places where exciting things happen every day. It was a huge success.

Thank you for all your time and energy. Thank you for staying late and answering everybody’s questions. Thanks for bringing something completely new and surprising to Northfield’s patrons, thanks for caring about libraries and thanks for making it possible through your generosity. This was truly one of my favorite events at the library and we can’t wait to see what you do next!

All the best,

Halie Theoharides