The Old Harriman Hospital held its first major event as a public paranormal attraction on Saturday, with over 50 attendees. The event lasted from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. and was accompanied by paranormal author J.B. Coates joining in on the supernatural showcase and promoting some of her books.

On the first floor, attendees were ushered in to an operating room, and asked to create a medical scene, with the idea that any spirits in the area would be stirred into action from seeing the familiar action, even if the scene was mostly played up for laughs. The scene playing out involved a man with an overly large kidney stone being operated on by a drunken doctor and a nurse abusing medication.