October 2019 Local Tourist: Paranormal, Pumpkins, and more!

Posted October 31, 2019 by shooting in Cincinnati / 22 Comments

Happy Halloween!! It’s the final weekday of the month and that means LOCAL TOURIST time! If you have any posts about local adventures you went on (your definition of local), then please link up below with myself and Dara from Not In Jersey.

Local Tourist: October 2019


Wednesday, October 9: My sister and I attended a library event in Ohio presented by the Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky (PINK) and it was really fascinating. The first part was a breakdown of what they do and what equipment they use. Then they shared a lot of audio clips and stories from investigations they had done. My sister and I are huge fans of shows like Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures, so this was really fascinating to us!

Outside Burger Farm

Sunday, October 13: My parents, sister, brother, sister-in-law, nieces, nephew, and I all went to Burger Farm. Some of us had gone last year and really enjoyed it, so it was fun to go back again. They put on a Pumpkin Fest and there is seriously all sorts of things to do. A lot of it is geared toward kids, but not everything! My nieces and nephew all had a blast playing the various games, etc. There’s even a booth where you can pet bunnies and you bet I got in there! They are so soft and adorable. I’m not a warm drink person, but I did enjoy some nice cold apple cider and yummmm! We ended the day by taking the hayride up the hill to the pumpkin patch. Definitely a must see if you live in or around Cincinnati, Ohio!


Saturday, October 19 and Saturday, October 26: On both of these days I attended a couple school craft shows. I love this time of the year because there are always a ton of craft shows at various schools in Kentucky and Ohio. I think homemade items are wonderful – especially as gifts. I didn’t get a ton at the ones I’ve been to already, but I got a couple things to use as gifts. There are more coming up in November and I can’t wait!

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Let’s Discuss: Do you watch shows like Ghost Hunters? Do you believe in ghosts? How about pumpkin patches and farms – visit any this year? And finally, do you like to attend craft shows?

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22 responses to “October 2019 Local Tourist: Paranormal, Pumpkins, and more!

  1. San

    haha, my husband watches “Ghost adventures”, too… that must have been interesting to learn more about their equipment and techniques.

  2. Sam@wlabb

    The PINK event sounds so interesting. I have never been to a paranormal investigator event. And, you can’t go wrong with crafts. I used to love to craft, but my garbage hands/wrists and lack of time ending that hobby.

  3. I love craft fairs so much, and like you, I always think best gifts for the holidays. Also that library discussion sounds really interesting—my bestie and I stayed in a haunted hotel and Walked around with those EVP Devices…coolest experience ever!

  4. I went to a few outdoor markets and fall festivals this month, but no true pumpkin patches. I’ve never been to a pumpkin patch. K really isn’t into that stuff so hopefully when there’s an excited kid to take along he’ll be more into it and I can convince the whole family to go 😉 Lol! We had a Halloween party on Saturday and have another one this weekend!

  5. These posts of yours always remind me that I really need to look into our library’s events. We have a great library system here but I don’t take full advantage of it (other than the books!). The pumpkin farm sounds fun too!

  6. That’s a good picture of you. I usually make it to a pumpkin patch but didn’t get to this year. I did go through a night corn maze. Like you, I enjoy attending the craft shows.

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