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Awards held for all things paranormal

NORTHFIELD – Interest in the paranormal has been on the rise due in part to television shows like the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Hunters International” and TLC’s “The Long Island Medium.”

New Hampshire residents got their own taste of the paranormal in Northfield and Tilton on April 13 at the second annual Paranormal Awards held at the Northfield train station. This awards ceremony was started by C.C. Carole and her sister Susie Boucher. ...

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NORTHFIELD – Interest in the paranormal has been on the rise due in part to television shows like the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Hunters International” and TLC’s “The Long Island Medium.”

New Hampshire residents got their own taste of the paranormal in Northfield and Tilton on April 13 at the second annual Paranormal Awards held at the Northfield train station. This awards ceremony was started by C.C. Carole and her sister Susie Boucher.

“We thought of doing something to celebrate and award the people who go uncredited in the field that actually do the work that ends up on TV. We’re celebrating people who are overlooked and copied,” Carole said.

This is why nationally acclaimed people who regularly appear on paranormal television shows are not allowed to enter or be nominated in the award ceremony.

The ceremony presents awards in all areas of paranormal findings and research. Some categories are “Investigator of the Year”, “Best EVP (electronic voice phenomena) of the Year”, and the “Susie Boucher Mediumship Award” which is in honor of Carole’s sister who passed away last year.

“The judges for the awards are recognized people in their respective fields. Not all of them deal with the paranormal. The judge for the Literary Award is a Pulitzer Prize winner,” Carole said.

The first awards ceremony was host to about 75 people with interest or credentials in the field, but this year the number of people set to attend was well over 100.

Carole, a resident of Merrimack, has worked with the Ghost Hunters and Ghost Hunters International teams on their searches for paranormal activity all over the globe. She also an Internet video show, “C.C. the Huntress.”

“I have been in the paranormal all my life. My grandmother and great-grandmother were dream interpreters, and I picked up that gift from them. I specialize in all aspects of the paranormal. I think its like a puzzle, if you’re missing a piece you don’t have the complete picture,” Carole said.

Even though her knowledge about the paranormal is extensive, she deals most commonly with spiritual healing and spirit communication.

“I do my work for free because I think its a gift,” Carole said.

For more information, call 380-4279 or visit ccthe
huntress.com.