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Church of Eternal Light Psychic Fair

lsWill you go? Many have always wondered and are curious about the church. Some say its haunted!

BRISTOL – The Church of Eternal Light returns with its Spring Psychic Fair on Sunday, May 18th. Yahoo reports “The Church of Eternal Light has long been reputed to be haunted, but nobody knows quite sure by who. Some people think the ghost of Hattie Utter, the woman who taught there in the late 19th century, might still be walking the grounds to make sure it is well maintained.

Hattie eventually left teaching to get married, and that was when the small building converted to a church in 1889. The plaque with this year remains attached to the front of the building.”

The Damned Story: On a quiet street in Bristol sits the small Church of Eternal Light. Although not having any particular violent, tragic or disturbing stories in its century-plus history, it’s alleged to be haunted. – See more at: http://www.damnedct.com/church-of-eternal-light-bristol#sthash.7aTwEUBG.dpuf
The Damned Story: On a quiet street in Bristol sits the small Church of Eternal Light. Although not having any particular violent, tragic or disturbing stories in its century-plus history, it’s alleged to be haunted. – See more at: http://www.damnedct.com/church-of-eternal-light-bristol#sthash.7aTwEUBG.dpuf
The Damned Story: On a quiet street in Bristol sits the small Church of Eternal Light. Although not having any particular violent, tragic or disturbing stories in its century-plus history, it’s alleged to be haunted. – See more at: http://www.damnedct.com/church-of-eternal-light-bristol#sthash.7aTwEUBG.dpuf

Readings will begin at 10 am and will go until approximately 3:00 pm. There will be 2-4 psychic readers on hand specializing in Runes, Scrying, Tarot, and Mediumship. The cost per reading is $25 with all proceeds going to benefit the church itself. Several vendors will be on hand outside the building throughout the course of the fair selling crafts, jewelry, incense, and other such items. We will also have concessions and a church bake sale outside, as well as a bonfire (weather permitting) and music.

There is no cost for general admission and all are welcome to attend.

The Church is located at 1199 Hill Street, right near the Burlington line.

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