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One of the most popular times of the year for fans of the paranormal world is around the Halloween season.

But this weekend, those who call themselves die-hard fans, have the chance to meet popular paranormal TV personalities.

Members from Ghost Hunters, Fact or Faked, Destination Truth, and Haunted Collector all are at this convention at the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen, MN.

Many of the investigators say the paranormal world has evolved thanks to the shows.

"It's really opened the doors for many people, and that's a really important thing," says Jason Hawes from Ghost Hunters, "it's like 15 years ago we might of done a convention that 100 people showed up to, now we'll go on stage and have 5-6,000 people in the audience."

You can go to the convention Saturday from 11am to 6pm, the ticket is $50.

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