The Orange-based Smoking Gun Research Agency (SGRA) will host new classes, “Exploring Unsolved Mysteries,” as part of the Foothills Continuing Education programs in Litchfield, Southbury and Thomaston in October.
The classes will be led by SGRA Director Jon Nowinski, and members of the SGRA staff will provide participants of the class a detailed overview of what Mr. Nowinski considers the philosophy, history and methodology of investigating the unexplained.
The sessions will be at Pomperaug Regional High School, in Southbury, Education Connection in Litchfield and Thomaston High School in Thomaston.
“Many people have seen the way the paranormal is depicted on T.V., but as with most programs, that’s not always realistic,” Nowinski said. “Our aim is to give participants in the class insight into how SGRA examines the unexplained, from our reasons and philospohy to how we actually conduct investigations, to a look at cases that both were able to be explained as well as remind unexplained.”
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