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Eric Mintel to unveil “groundbreaking” paranormal series at Doylestown Vampa Museum


Eric Mintel, acclaimed jazz musician and paranormal investigator, announced the world premiere of a new series created by Ed Crimi, “Paranormal Pickers.”

The premiere event will take place at 6 p.m. June 22, at the historic Vampa Museum, 3686 Route 202, Doylestown, known for its rich history and mysterious happenings. Attendees can look forward to an evening filled with spine-tingling excitement and exclusive insights into the paranormal world, according to Mintel.

“Paranormal Pickers” is set to revolutionize the genre by combining elements of historical exploration with intense paranormal investigation. Each episode follows Mintel and his team as they uncover and document paranormal phenomena in various locations, with a special focus on historically significant sites. The premiere episode, filmed at the Vampa Museum, captures a series of inexplicable and eerie activities that are sure to leave viewers on the edge of their seats.

“We’re incredibly excited to launch ‘Paranormal Pickers’ at the Vampa Museum,” said Mintel. “The museum’s curator and creator of the series, Edmondo Crimi, himself has a rich history and reputation for paranormal activity. The occurrences we experience cannot be written. Everything happened in real time. The Vampa Museum was the perfect location for our first episode. We experienced some truly extraordinary events during our investigation that I can’t wait to share with our audience.”

Tickets for the premiere event are priced at $40 per person, offering attendees the chance to be among the first to view this “groundbreaking” series. In addition to the screening, guests will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with Mintel and his team, where they will share behind-the-scenes stories and insights from their investigations and guests will also be able to tour the museum at night.

For tickets and information, visit or call 215-348-4253.

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