Spooky film digs up the dirt on Space Coast's ghosts
Documentary shows tonight in Melbourne
By Pam Harbaugh
A FLORIDA TODAY column
Who you gonna call? Film boy Terry Cronin Jr. He invites you to see "Ghost Hunters
of the Space Coast," a film by 3 Boys Production.
The so-called documentary is about spiritualists, psychic activity and ghostly
happenings in Brevard County restaurants and elsewhere.
Cronin swears there are no actors in this, just real folk talkin' about real stuff.
Like XC colleague Billy Cox. Cain't git much more real than that: "They
interviewed me on tape for over an hour, so I can hardly wait to see how they mangled it.
The media always twists your words around and takes you out of context."
You'll hear about ectoplasmic manifestations at Ashley's restaurant in Rockledge.
Mischievous spirits throwing things around Mary's Coffee to a Tea in Indialantic may
tempt you to comment: "It moved as if by an occult hand," but we hear those
things happen when you tip less than 15 percent."
There are stories of ghosts throwing people downstairs at the Henegar Center for the
Arts in downtown Melbourne. And a sance.
The 40-minute film will be shown twice from 7 to 9 tonight at the Melbourne Beach
Community Center. No cost. Donations will be accepted. Proceeds will benefit Unconditional
Love, a Melbourne-based organization that helps HIV and AIDS patients.
There also is no phone number. The only way you can access more info is to go to www.3boysproductions.com Good
luck. And be sure to wrap your head in aluminum foil.