‘Ghost Mine’ Owner Larry Overman Offers New Live Streaming Reality Paranormal Adventure with a Twist for Fans

Larry Overman, producer of Ghost Mine, a product of Tesla Wolf Media has developed a new live streaming reality paranormal adventure at Crescent Mine, the notorious haunted gold mine to create jobs, encourage tourism and bring paranormal entertainment to the mine.

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Crescent Gold Mine Owners

Plan on new opportunities for fans with entertainment value and lucrative possibilities

Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) May 01, 2014

'Ghost Mine’ owner Larry Overman has developed a new live streaming reality adventure to create jobs, encourage tourism and bring paranormal entertainment to his infamous Crescent Mine, which was featured and served as the primary location, for a two year run, on the SyFy Channel’s popular paranormal reality show “Ghost Mine”.

Overman and his company Tesla Wolf Media launched the new site Haunted Mine TV, which offers three subscription packages allowing fans to view the goings-on at the mine for continuous, looping, real time streaming. Overman discovered that fans continue to hunger for the ‘ghost’ sightings, sounds and paranormal activity at the mine which is famous for its paranormal and haunted history.

Subscribers to this new adventure will be able to see activity at the mine in real time through continuous streaming. An added bonus for a lucky fan plus a guest is the chance to work at the mine and earn up to $10,000 in one week. Annual subscribers are eligible to submit an essay an online resumes and photo, for the chance to work at the mine, be involved in a media production with an experienced team, and earn a big payout.

Overman is bringing the original mining crew from 2010, and adding a few more to round out the team, for entertainment and mining expertise. New buildings are to be constructed to house the crew at the Crescent Mine site in Sumpter, Oregon. And keeping with the paranormal theme, Overman plans to bring in psychic medium Sara Lemos from Salem, Oregon to help investigate the mine and give fans more paranormal bang for their buck.

Overman’s foremost goal is to create jobs in Oregon. With a fervent new motive to keep mining, Overman has recently discovered, from tests completed, that a rare metal compound lithium and rubidium are present in the mine. This metal compound has a wide range of possible uses, from space travel, cancer and mental illness treatments. Bringing a personal incentive to mine this compound comes from Larry Overman’s wife, Stacie Overman’s personal history of breast cancer and losing her former husband to cancer. To honor his wife and others struggling with cancer, illness and adversity, one dollar for every subscription to Haunted Mine TV will go to charities chosen carefully for those in need. Some of the chosen organizations to be recipients of these monies are The Wounded Warriors Project, ASPCA, St. Jude, and Camp UKANDU.

The new operation Haunted Mine TV, under the Tesla Wolf Media label, will be open to tours and visitors. “Plan on new opportunities for fans with both entertainment value and lucrative possibilities”, Overman promises.

About Larry Overman
Larry Overman, Former Asset MGR for a multi-national Oil Field Service company, and after 18 years in the Oil industry has decided to risk it all on an old abandon gold mine in the high elevations of Eastern Oregon’s Elk Horn Mtn’s. At the time Overman made this decision he was a single father to his lovely daughter. Since moving to Oregon he met the love of his life Stacie, starred in a reality TV series, and now owns Tesla Wolf Media, a Multi-Media production company.


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