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The Mark Twain House & Museum, Talk

December 14 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

The Mark Twain House & Museum is delighted to welcome back Ghost Hunters Adam Berry and Steve Gonsalves in conversation discussing their debut books! 

This event will be held at Immanuel Congregational Church, across the street from The Mark Twain House & Museum. This event is live & in person. It will not be recorded. 

In Goodbye Hello: Processing Grief and Understanding Death through the Paranormal, Adam Berry blends supernatural and psychological research to explore the paranormal and afterlife to try and help answer big questions about the end. This book will not only entertain but offer comfort to those struggling to come to terms with loss, grief, and the end of life. Whether you want to believe in the afterlife, don’t believe in it at all, or just want to come to your own conclusions, Goodbye Hello is the ultimate paranormal guide for you. 

 In A Life with Ghosts: True, Terrifying, and Insightful Tales from My Favorite Haunts, Steve Gonsalves recounts his terrifying experiences in addition to what he learned about living through a life with ghosts. His beliefs and theories on the craft are told through heartwarming, hilarious, and profound stories, reflecting the fun-loving personality that has garnered him millions of fans. Filled with facts and anecdotes to add an extra level of insight, this is the ultimate book for paranormal enthusiasts, history buffs, and horror fans.  

Author Talk: $75 for non-members, $70 for MTH&M Members (please login to access your discount). Admission includes a copies of Goodbye Hello and A Life with Ghosts that ticket holders will pick up and the authors will sign at the event. REGISTER HERE.

We’ll also have a special paranormal tour with Adam and Steve of the Mark Twain House. This will be led by one of our guides and supplemented by Adam and Steve with their own paranormal experiences. It is not a ghost hunt/investigation but guests are allowed to bring small devices (EMF, EVP recorders) on the tour.  

Author Talk with House Walk-Through with Adam and Steve: $200 for non-members, $175 for MTH&M Members (please login to access your discount). Also includes a copies of Goodbye Hello and A Life with Ghosts that ticket holders will pick up and the authors will sign at the event. REGISTER HERE.


About the Authors:

Adam Berry is the executive producer and star of his own paranormal reality television show on the Travel Channel called Kindred Spirits (now in its seventh season). His other TV credits include: “Reunion in Hell,” Haunted Salem: Live, Kindred Spirits: Resurrected, Paranormal Lockdown, Expedition Unknown: Search for The Afterlife, Ghost Hunters (NBC, Syfy), Ghost Hunters Halloween Live, Ghost Hunters Academy, Pickler & Ben, the Anderson Cooper show, and Weekend Today, among others. After growing up in a haunted house and years of study and research, he founded his own paranormal research team with his husband, Ben Berry, in Provincetown, MA, and soon after his hobby became a career. He has traveled the country extensively giving lectures in theaters and at conferences and conventions on paranormal investigation and supernatural phenomena. He is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory. 

Steve Gonsalves has been a public speaker and educator about paranormal phenomena for more than two decades. As a main cast member of the hit television series Ghost Hunters, as well as Ghost Hunters Live, Ghost Hunters Academy, and Ghost Nation, Steve helped pave the way for a worldwide paranormal explosion. Gonsalves started his work in paranormal studies at a very young age and has investigated over 1,500 reportedly haunted locations. He had the privilege of working closely with Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal pioneers and the inspiration for The Conjuring movie series, as well as Dr. William G. Roll (Poltergeist). Along with his multiple appearances on a variety of television, radio, and paranormal series, Gonsalves executive produced and codirected the hit documentary films, The House in Between 1 and 2. He lives with his cat, Fleur, in Massachusetts. 


December 14
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST


Mark Twain House & Museum
351 Farmington Ave
Hartford, CT
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