Book Talk and Signing with author Larry Lawson on June 12th at the ELC

Author and Paranormal Investigator Larry Lawson will welcome guests at the Environmental Learning Center on Wednesday, June 12th, 4:00-6:00 PM, with an introductory talk about his paranormal work and the process of writing his recently published book “Haunted Indian River County”. Lawson’s first book is published by Arcadia Publishing and is a part of their Haunted America series. 

The author is a retired law enforcement officer with his first supernatural encounter as a 20-year-old working at the Dade County jail. Throughout his career, he witnessed other unexplainable occurrences. After founding the Florida Bureau of Paranormal Investigation in 2011, he assembled a team to explore areas that had reported paranormal activity. 

The Indian River County area, Vero Beach, Sebastian, and Fellsmere, has a deep and fascinating history filled with interesting characters. Larry Lawson’s book highlights chilling stories of the hauntings and paranormal events accompanying this rich past. The book features information from investigations at the Waldo Sexton Homestead; Waldo’s Secret Garden, Marsh Landing Restaurant, Vero Heritage Center Citrus Museum, the Hallstrom House, and other Indian River County landmarks. 

The author will have books for sale at the ELC the evening of the talk and his book is currently available on Amazon and other bookseller websites. Watch for information on the ELC website and social media for the Haunted Pontoon Boat Tours coming up in October. The June 12th book talk and signing is a free event, RSVP for June 12 so the ELC is ready to welcome you.    

The Environmental Learning Center is a 64-acre non-profit nature park located in Vero Beach, Florida off County Road 510 at the western foot of the Wabasso Bridge. It is open seven days a week and has many events and special opportunities for people of all ages to experience wild Florida. With over two miles of trails and boardwalks, a mud kitchen and pond, the Discovery Station with aquariums, and a Touch Tank, it is a wonderful place for families to spend time together. There are several picnic areas and canoes and kayaks are available to rent and explore the Indian River Lagoon. Look at the ELC website for programs, events, pontoon boat tickets, and paddle excursion reservations. 

Environmental Learning Center Website 

Larry Lawson Author Page         Indian River Hauntings Page      Indian River Hauntings on YouTube  

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