Present “Ghosthunting New Jersey & New York City”

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  TOMS RIVER – Author and paranormal expert L’Aura Hladik Hoffman will bring a hair-raising start to Halloween season during “Ghosthunting New Jersey & New York City,” 3 p.m. October 8, at the Ocean County Library Toms River Branch.

  The founder of New Jersey Ghost Hunters Society (NJGHS), L’aura has chronicled her probes of famously eerie locales in Ghosthunting: New Jersey (2008), Ghosthunting: New York (2010), and Ghosts of the Poconos (2017).

  L’Aura has revisited many of the spooky spots highlighted in her books, and will share hair-raising details of new unexplained occurrences. 

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  Her investigations of phenomena around the nation and the world have been featured extensively on television, online, on radio, in print.

  More than 900 NJGHS members internationally research and document paranormal events and hauntings. The group has been profiled in Travel Channel’s Paranormal Challenge, Treasure HD’s Magnificent Obsessions, and others.

  Registration at is required for this free program, which will take place in Mancini Hall. For more information, visit the Toms River Branch, 101 Washington Street, or call 732-349-6200.