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Paranormal Festival feud

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MEDINA, OH (WOIO) -

A festival feud has one group taking on area churches.

The Paranormal Fest scheduled for Saturday at the Medina Library has at least one member of the local clergy upset because he's not allowed to present his Christian beliefs during the festival.

The presentation will be hosted by a group called Celestial Spirit Investigators. One of its members, Deborah Shuler, says Saturday's presentation will focus on haunted locations and spirits.

Rev. Tony Miles of the Connection Church is upset because he won't be allowed to present his point of view Saturday.

The Paranormal Fest is scheduled from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday at the library on 210 S. Broadway St. in Medina.

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