CCHM October First Thursday: “Haunted Washington with Jeff Davis”

CCHM’s First Thursday event on October 5th at 7:00pm features historian and paranormal investigator Jeff Davis. Jeff will discuss his passion for researching and writing books on the paranormal.  Over the past 15 years, Jeff has written or contributed to a dozen books on ghosts and other odd and unusual happening in the Pacific Northwest.  Some of Jeff’s books include, Weird Washington, Weird Oregon, Ghosts, Critters, and Sacred Places of Washington and Oregon, and A Haunted Tour Guide to the Pacific Northwest.

Jeff Davis was born in Vancouver, Washington.  He spent 32 years in the US Army and Army Reserves. Highlights of Jeff’s career include the years he spent in the infantry, and later deployments to Bosnia, and two mobilizations to Southwest Asia, supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.  During these deployments, Jeff worked on missions as diverse as putting on puppet shows for orphans, to interviewing service members as a military historian.

Jeff also has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and a master’s degree in archaeology, and worked as a field archaeologist throughout the Pacific Northwest.  He has written several articles and books on both military history and archaeology.

Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, $3 for children under 18, and free with a museum membership.
Please contact us at (360) 993-5679, by email info@cchmuseum.org or visit our website today for more information.

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