Tuesday, April 26, 2011

British man charges ghost hunters to visit his centuries old museum
A centuries-old museum is embracing the spirit of diversification by becoming a money-spinning attraction for ghost hunting 'tourists'.  Managers at Totnes Museum in South Devon are now charging £200 a time for parties of paranormal investigators to spend a night in the old building.  So far this year there have been four ghost hunting forays in the museum complex and another eight are booked in.
Full article: http://www.thisisdevon.co.uk/news/Museum-ghost-hunting-victim-success/article-3486265-detail/article.html

...but in the United States, The International UFO Museum and Research Center has been puts it's new building plans on hold due to budget problems!
It's the place you would expect to visit in Roswell. It brings in more than 12,000 visitors a month, but now big plans to build a new UFO Museum are not taking off.  Visitors come from all over the world, and according to the International UFO Museum and Research Center director, it pumps about $14 million into the city's economy every year.
Full article: http://www.krqe.com/dpp/news/business/new-international-ufo-museum-on-hold

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