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Ancient Mysteries of Labyrinths: Lecture by Sig Lonegren & Ghost Walk of Allentown

Friday the 13th

Sig Lonegren

Mason Winfield and Co. are always busy this time of year. But this season there’s no rest for the weary, with Halloween followed just two weeks later by another Friday the 13th. And, as weather has been oh-so-permitting, turnout should be fairly good for the double treat planned for this Friday, November 13.

The two events are, regrettably, at the same time but at different places. The labyrinth-lecture, taking place in East Aurora at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Center, begins at 7pm with a visit from author, dowser, and internationally-recognized spiritual teacher Sig Lonegren, who will discuss his latest insights and findings on labyrinths, mysterious power-paths, living-glyphs, ancient sacred sites, and other curious paranormal features found all over the world.

Lonegren makes his home in Glastonbury, UK. He is a renowned mystic and teacher author of a number of books including the million-seller The Pendulum Kit. The following morning (Saturday, Nov. 14) Lonegren will run a hands-on workshop, DRAWING the LABYRINTH, at the same location in East Aurora.

Meanwhile, in Allentown, John Koerner—author of several books about Father Baker —will lead a special Friday the Thirteenth Haunted History Ghost Walk of Allentown.

Friday, November 13. Ancient Mysteries of Labryinths. 7pm. Cornell Cooperative Extension Center, 21 S. Grove St., East Aurora. $15. Contact,, or 655-6663 for registration or details on Saturday morning’s event.

Friday, November 13. Ghost Walk of Allentown 7pm. Allen Street Hardware Cafe, 245 Allen St. (corner of Allen and College). $10. Contact,, or 655-6663 for registration.

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