Everything is starting to come together for the first ever “Michigan’s Ghost Coast” paranormal convention! Don’t let the name fool you, this is not your average ghost convention.

We have already booked Michigan author Amberrose Hammond (Michigan’s Otherside – Ghosts and legends of Michigan’s West Coast, Wicked Ottawa County, to name a few…). We will also have William Konkolesky who is the Michigan director for MUFON. The crew from the “Upper Peninsula Bigfoot / Sasquatch Research Organization” will be here to show their research too. We have a couple of cool surprises that we are working for our headliners, but you will just have to check back to find out what they are! There will be Tarot readings, a dinner and even a séance. Other events are still in the works.

Set the dates on your calendar, June 29 & 30, 2018 at the Grand Haven Community center. Show times and ticket pricing are not yet available.

Shetan Noir, Author

Shetan noir has had an interest in the paranormal and cryptozoology from a young age. 

She teaches workshops on dealing with the paranormal and about Michigan's cryptozoology. Including Detroit's own Nain rouge.

Shetan is the contact person and leader of the Michigan Chapter of the North American dogman project.  She also owns the podcast “Into the liminal abyss” and runs the Facebook group Michigan's center for unexplained events and phenomenon.

Shetan is also writing a book on the lake monsters of the greats lakes and a guide to dealing with the paranormal.

Todd Clements, Author & Owner, Haunted Mackinaw

 A journey that started over 30 years ago, when Todd was a child visiting Mackinac Island, he saw something that stayed with him all his life. He could not explain what he saw, but could only label it as a ghost. This one event sparked the curiosity of a young man and with a simple tape recorder and a set of dowsing rods, Todd began seeking out the unknown.

He has researched fields including U.F.O.s, Cryptids, Ghosts, and other unexplained phenomena. However, he has always returned to the place he had his first sighting, Mackinac Island, Michigan.

After high School, Todd pursued a degree in Psychology from the University of Mackinac, which helped him better understand how the human mind works. Not long after graduation he began research for his first book Haunts of Mackinac.

Once published, Haunts of Mackinac found great success and continues to be a best seller today. Due to public demand the book was followed up with a guided walking tour of Mackinac Island’s strange, tragic, and paranormal history. With what seems to be an insatiable thirst, many wanted more from Todd, and Haunts of Mackinac: The Next Chapter was published.

Considered to be the go to person on all things strange on Mackinac Island, Todd has in-depth knowledge of the island’s history, legends, ghosts, and strange occurrences. Which has led to appearances on several documentaries, SyFy Channel’s Ghost Hunters, and other national and local media outlets.


& fans of the Paranormal!!

“Michigan's Ghost Paranormal Convention” will be June 29th & 30th, 2018 at the Grand Haven community center (421 Columbus, Grand Haven, MI.). Do you want to show off your team? How about networking with other teams, sharing or learning new skills as an investigation professional? We want you here! We have booth spaces available for any Michigan based team. Whether your specialty is in the fields of ghosts/spirits, Bigfoot, UFO, even cryptozoology - we want you here to network with other groups and show your investigation and evidence to the public.

If your group is involved in the paranormal and you want your groups voice heard, then you need to be here! Network with other Michigan teams, show some of your investigations and evidence, or simply come to check out new equipment, techniques or even just come to listen to some of our speakers.  Booth spaces are limited and first come, first served. Check for convention updates graspp.org or email us for more details! Pricing will be available soon!

Convention vendors:

We are looking for groups who have things to sell, vendors of paranormal research equipment, computers and other electronics used for research, data collection and investigation, paranormal art or anything paranormally related and Michigan connected! We have a booth for you! The Michigan’s Ghost Coast Paranormal Convention on June 29th & 30th, 2018 is a totally new idea for Michigan’s paranormal scene. This is the first paranormal convention held in West Michigan to be designed for the investigation teams throughout Michigan. We are working to help you network, learn and unite. We are expecting paranormal teams and fans of the paranormal from all over the state. We have some of the top speakers and groups coming to speak about Ghost/spirit research, UFO research and Bigfoot/Cryptozoology research!

If you have items for sale, useful to these types of research, we want you here! If you have other art or items related to these fields for display or sale we have a space for you too!

Workshop spaces are also available, sponsorship packages available! This is a one of a kind event, contact us soon for more information.

Whether you’re a paranormal group or just a fan of the paranormal, this convention is going to be something you don’t want to miss!

Gathering Research And Stories of

Paranormal Phenomena


Announcing the first ever paranormal convention for the West Michigan area! That's right, GRASPP is working hard to bring you something completely new and bring it right here to Grand Haven in 2018!

I did say "completely new" and I meant it. This will not be your normal "meet the ghost hunting TV stars" type of event. The focus of this event will be centered on the Michigan Paranormal scene. We will have paranormal research groups, Bigfoot research experts and UFO experts all under one roof! We will have Michigan authors and paranormal experts for speaking events. Tech experts will be on hand with equipment to check out and purchase. This event is geared for your paranormal group to learn and grow as well as the fans of those "ghost hunting shows". Everything for the expert and the novice, including workshops and how to advice.

Michigan's Ghost Coast

Paranormal Convention

William Konkolesky,MUFON - The Mutual UFO Network

Bill Konkolesky is the State Director of the Michigan Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network and a regular lecturer on the UFO phenomenon at conferences, public libraries, and other venues. He has also appeared in or consulted for televised UFO documentaries for the History Channel, Discovery Channel, Science Channel, National Geographic Channel, SyFy, and ABC.  Additionally, he has contributed to numerous UFO books, magazines, and websites, including his autobiographical book, "Experiencer: Raised in Two Worlds."

A Paranormal Research Company

Amberrose Hammond, Author 

            Amberrose Hammond has been interested in the strange and unusual since she was little, reading and watching everything that had to do with ghosts, mysteries, legends and all things out of the ordinary. She has actively researched legends, ghost stories, haunted places, old true crime and other topics in Michigan since 2000. She earned her B.A. in Language and Literature from Grand Valley State University and in 2006, her pursuits into the paranormal led her to create Michigan’s Otherside, a website exploring the mysterious Great Lakes States, past and present.

 Amberrose is a local history enthusiast and has lectured extensively on her research. She is the author of Ghosts & Legends of Michigan’s West Coast, Wicked Ottawa County and Wicked Grand Rapids with more in the works. Learn more at amberrosehammond.com & michigansotherside.com

Linda Godfrey, Author

Linda S. Godfrey is an author and researcher of the strange and uncanny, and is especially well known as an authority on the upright canine known in Michigan as the Dog Man, Wisconsin as the Beast of Bray Road, in other places as Skinwalker, Werewolf or a dozen other names. She appeared in, co-wrote and co-produced the History Channel's Monsterquest episode, "American Werewolf," based on her book "Hunting the American Werewolf" and also appeared in the show's season 4 finale.

She has canvassed Wis. and Michigan looking for the strange and offbeat, from outsider artists and giant roadside statues to local cemetery lore, eccentric people and history, to ghost stories and unidentified creatures and UFO's. She put over 5,000 miles on her "weirdmobile" and found enough strangeness to fill both Weird Michigan and Weird Wisconsin for Barnes & Noble in 2006, and the sequels, Strange Michigan and Strange Wisconsin for Trails Books.