GHOST STORIES OF EL PASO, VOL. 3 DVD
There’s a different way to find ghosts in El Paso, Texas.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GHOST STORIES OF EL PASO, VOLUME 3
El Paso, Texas (Sept. 21, 2011) – Capstone Productions Inc. announces the premiere of its latest film, “Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 3,” at screenings in the Scottish Rite Theater in Downtown El Paso throughout the month of October. A portion of ticket sales will benefit the El Paso Scottish Rite Historical Library and Museum Foundation.
Just in time for the Halloween season, “Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 3″ presents all-new stories and visits some of El Paso’s most haunted and historic locations. And for the first time, psychic Diana Calamia and her crew of ghost trackers capture an image of spirits as they begin to take on human form.
In “Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 3.” Diana talks to spirits – and the spirits talk back – as she works to crack El Paso’s most famous missing persons case.
She and her team also visit a local theater that’s having trouble with spirits, and a restaurant where ghosts are throwing things. And they also meet the spirit of an ancient shaman who has an important message for modern-day humans.
Diana and her team were named “ghost trackers” by El Paso Times reporter Ramon Renteria, who was with them the night that they recorded the astonishing image of two ghostly apparitions.
“Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 3″ also includes a preview of Diana’s night time tour of the former Asarco smelter, one of the most haunted places they’ve ever been.
The new film follows Capstone Production’s successful 2008 and 2009 films, “Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 1 and Volume 2.” The films are not intended to prove or disprove ghost stories, but to explore some of the legends and folk tales that are part of El Paso’s rich history.
The public is invited to attend screenings of “Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 3″ on four weekends in October at the historic Scottish Rite Theater, 301 W. Missouri at Santa Fe, in Downtown El Paso. Tickets go on sale at the theater one hour before each showing. Tickets purchased by credit card are $6.50, and $6.00 for cash.
Clear Channel Radio El Paso is the media partner for screenings of “Ghost Stories of El Paso, Volume 3″ and will provide commercial time to promote the video screenings.