Back by popular demand, Chad Lewis will give Kitchigami Regional Library System patrons a virtual presentation on “Paranormal Minnesota.”

Starting at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, Lewis will cover the wide, weird spectrum of Minnesota’s supernatural activity, including alien abductions, haunted places, mysterious creatures, crop circles, and all things eerie and bizarre.

It’s an opportunity to embrace the unexplainable and get into the Halloween spirit, recommended for ages 10 and older.

To attend, register at www.krls.org or the Facebook page @KRLSLegacy, or call your local library – 218-732-4966 in Park Rapids. Login information will be emailed a day or two before the virtual program. A computer is not needed to attend; a smartphone or tablet will also work.

Funding for this free program comes, in whole or in part, from the Legacy Amendment, approved by a statewide vote in 2008 to preserve Minnesota’s arts and cultural heritage.