Dustin Pari, former member of the television paranormal show “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Hunters International,” will be making an appearance at the Sugarcreek Township Chambers building on Sunday, April 17 at 1 p.m. He will be speaking and greeting all his fans.
If you’ve watched either “Ghost Hunters” or “Ghost Hunters International,” you know who Dustin Pari is. He’s the tall, lanky young guy with the spikey hair that brought character to the show. He showed no fear. He entered dark hallways, abandoned buildings and opened closed doors to the unknown with confidence. His absence has put a hole into the souls of his fans.
Pari considers himself lucky to have been a part of the show. “Luck is what happens when hard work meets opportunity,” he said. He claims to have been in the right place at the right time.
Pari is a husband and father who cherishes his family above all. He is a writer, philosopher and above all, a paranormal investigator. For the past years, he has been taking his love of the unknown and unexplained to television. From episode to episode, fans witnessed through his eyes and the eyes of the cameras the possibility of a world beyond our time and space. Through his experiences and the show, fans have been numbed to the possibility of the paranormal and people have been able to open up about their experiences of the paranormal and feel comfortable in not believing they are “crazy” in their ability to hear or see what others may not be able to experience. Dustin Pari will speak of his experiences and share with fans.
“I’ve been investigating since my early teens with friends at local hot spots,” Paranormal Investigator Pari said. “I’m very spiritual and constantly looking for proof of the afterlife, not for myself but for others. If nothing more than to show non-believers that there is something more out there to consider, and that maybe, we can all live in this life- just being a little nicer to each other.”
Pari has been traveling with the show so much that missing his family became unbearable. That’s the reason he retired from the show. Now, when he’s not ghost hunting, he’s working three job and spending time with his wife and children. He’s an average guy who believes, searches and is one with ghosts. Nothing wrong with that!
Tickets are $30 each and space is limited. Reserve your seat now!
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