Vendor of the Week 42: Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society (NWPS)


The Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society Ltd. (NWPS) is a greater good, non-profit organization that studies, researches, investigates, and documents paranormal/supernatural phenomena. We help individuals and families deal and cope with paranormal phenomena through education, investigating, and counseling.

We are headquartered in Rhinelander, WI at the Northwoods Paranormal Resource Center, and physically cover the top third of the state of Wisconsin. We will also help anyone outside our primary coverage area by helping them find respectable and responsible paranormal teams and/or professionals in their area.
 We cover 7 categories of the unknown and unexplained. They are; Ghosts/Haunted Places, Aliens & UFOs, Cryptozoology, Metaphysics, Theology, Conspiracies, and Out Of Place Artifacts/Forbidden Archeology. Anyone with any questions or concerns regarding these 7 categories can come to us for answers and help.
 We network with other organizations to increase our success rate for helping people with their paranormal questions and concerns. We are also associated with the UFO Wisconsin Research Team, the Praesidium Warriors Of Saint Michael, and the Paranormal King Radio Network. We also do public investigation tours at the Stovewood Museum Buildings and for the Summerwind Restoration Society.
We never bill a client for a residential or commercial case, but do accept donations. References available upon request. Biographies of members can be found on our
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Vendor of the Week 41: Dollface, Inc.


Kelly Goetzke is an artist who is very comfortable with her dark side and the evidence is in her talent. She takes the porcelain dolls that most little girls desire and molds them to mirror their very own nightmares. Although some may not be suitable for art lovers of all ages, it cannot be denied that all of her creations hold a dark beauty. Each doll is made one of a kind and should only go to homes of macabre lovers and horror appreciators. Do you dare?


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Vendor of the Week 25: Badger Bus Tours

BBT LOGOA family owned and operated company since 1920, Badger Bus Tours offers travelers the best service and value in Wisconsin. With our dedicated staff including tour directors, drivers and more, Badger Bus Tours is committed to serving your travel needs.  Our tours range from one-day shopping and sightseeing trips to all-inclusive fully escorted tours worldwide.  We even have tours to some of the best haunted sights in America and, of course, the Great American Solar Eclipse in August of 2017.

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Vendor of the Week 24: Astralfae

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Opening in 2011, Astralfae began its online boutique by selling handmade floral inspired jewelry. Now in 2016 it has grown in size and demand, catering to Faerie lovers and galactic travelers alike with vegan friendly materials and all natural ingredients.

Our items range from essential oil rollerball perfumes, sweet almond oil body potions, floral bath bombs and facial steam kits, traveling apothecary charms & talismans, cleansing & protection spell charm necklaces, and many more!

Creating apothecary supplies that soothe the soul and connect us to mother nature wherever we go. We even make the beloved Studio Ghibli Soot Sprite charm for those who love the spirit world!



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Vendors of the Week 23: Jason Braun



Jason is a writer and illustrator who works from his cabin/studio in the woods of rural Wisconsin. He graduated with a BFA from UW-Milwaukee in 1998 and worked as a graphic designer for several years before leaving the corporate world in order to focus on his art. In addition to his RPG credits, which include: Goblinoid Games, Chaotic Henchmen Productions, Black Blade Publishing, and Rob Kuntz’s Pied Piper Publishing, Jason creates crisp commercial illustrations, festival and theatrical posters, whimsical paintings, and pet portraits.

Jason is a cat whisperer, an ordained Dudeist minister and enjoys camping, horror movies, and Irish whiskey.


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Vendors of the Week 22: Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee

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Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee (PIM) is a Milwaukee, WI based paranormal phenomena investigative group. We conduct investigations in private homes and businesses that report paranormal activity, using the scientific method and various equipment in an attempt to separate the explainable from the unexplainable.


PIM is participating in the Milwaukee Paranormal Conference with a Friday night investigation of the Milwaukee Theater (sold out!), a workshop on EMF readings, and a screening of a documentary about them is part of the Sunday Milwaukee Paranormal Conference Film Fest line up.

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Vendor of the Week 20-21: American Science & Surplus

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Here at American Science & Surplus we are fascinated by discovery and invention. And we are dedicated to having fun along the way. We offer an eclectic range of products, many with a science or educational tilt to them, others simply handy or amusing. Value is important, and whenever we can, we carry surplus at prices well below retail. We love closeouts, inventory overruns, mis-manufactures, and items whose time has not come.

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Milwaukee, 6901 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Chicago, 5316 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Geneva/ West Chicago, 33W361 Roosevelt Road (Route 36)

Toll free: 888-SCIPLUS (888-724-7587)




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Our VIP tickets are limited to 100 and come with an exclusive swag bag with our logo, filled with dozens of items from our vendors and sponsors. American Science & Surplus is contributing an awesome voodoo doll keychain! Get your VIP pass today, before they sell out!

Vendor of the Week 19: Dawn’s Dark Treasures


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I grew up in Waukegan, Illinois and upstate New York. My earliest memories are of re-imagining favorite cartoons on paper and inventing my own. I have a husband, three kids, and a ridiculous number of pets, mostly guinea pigs. I read adventure fantasy, horror, science-fiction, or anything else that takes me away from it all. I hope that my stories can do for others what they have done for me.


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Vendor of the Week 18: Cait May Illustration

Cait May is an artist living in Baltimore with a BFA in Illustration from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She works primarily digitally, with a foundation in watercolor and brush ink.
Maryland born, Florida raised, Cait has always loved the environments around her. Whether the Catskills or the Gulf of Mexico, she finds inspiration in the flora and fauna. Cait returned to her home state for school (and because she desperately missed the snow). Raised in a crazy family of theater people, she knew from a very small age that drawing was something she was meant to do. Her work can be viewed at:
She first became interested in the paranormal when her sister started seeing a “White Robe Lady” standing outside her window on a nightly basis. What began as a simple interest has integrated itself into her artwork – which, while whimsical, still has a grounding in all things unknown.
Cait and her boyfriend Trevor write and illustrate a webcomic called “Irregular,” a story about six young cryptids trying to make their way through the human world, and learning together that family is not who you are born to, but who you find along the way. It can be read online at:
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Vendor of the Week 17: Monette Bebow-Reinhard


Bebow-Reinhard earned a master’s in history in 2006. She is responsible for the research that got the Arndt Sawmill site in Wisconsin on the National Historic Register and is now doing work on the history of Booyah. She also markets movie scripts, has two other novels being marketed, and a fifth novel coming out later this year (hopefully by conference time) called Grimms American Macabre, through All Things that Matter Press. She is also compiling a master database of all pre-contact copper artifacts found in the Americas. Be sure to shop and chat with her, she’s had a fascinating background, including gaining the right from the creator of the Bonanza series to become the only authorized Bonanza novelist.  He highly approved of her portrayal of Lincoln in her second Bonanza novel.  She can also tell you a thing or two you didn’t know about Custer’s Last Stand.

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Mystic Fire: A Civil War/Bonanza novel: With so much bloodshed in the country in 1862 would you be surprised to find a ghost or two? The Cartwrights are torn apart in this saga when runaway slaves come seeking help. With Adam and Ben gone, Hoss and Joe are expected to run the ranch, but Hoss meets up with a lady who seems quite literally, to Hop Sing, anyway, not of this world. Lincoln is also a character in this saga as he deals with his wife’s growing insanity and need for mysticism and his own desire to find a place to send the slaves out of the country, leading some in a kind of revolt against them.  You’ll find plenty of mystic fire in this novel!
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Adventures in Death & Romance: Vrykolakas Tales is the first series of stories of the new Greek vampire, Arabus Drake, who as Mikos in 1503 is murdered with his love Althea and comes back seeking vengeance. But his is a cowardly soul trapped inside the corpse swarming with demons, so Althea remains in the early realm as a spirit to help him learn to control the demons.  And the stories progress from there through history as he seeks the one thing that eludes him as a vampire–acceptance by the mortal world, even as he continues to seek to quench his blood thirst. You will witness, as never before, how it feels to be vampiric, and demonic and will come to see that we all have demons we struggle with, and you might even find reason to hope for his success along the way.
You can see chapter reads on these and her other two novels at
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