ROCKPORT — It’s never too early to get ready for the spookiest holiday of all, Halloween! “Real Ghost Stories,” taking place at the Rockport Opera House, 6 Central St., Saturday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m., features Adam Berry, host and executive producer of Discovery+ and The Travel Channel’s smash hit program “Kindred Spirits.”

Join Berry for an evening of frights and delights! This theater talk will feature some of Berry’s most unique and spooky stories plus personal experiences of the supernatural. Audiences will hear first-hand accounts of true paranormal tales and investigations from “Kindred Spirits” and “Ghost Hunters,” as well as some of Berry’s personal experiences and stories never before told on television. There is nothing better than sitting around a campfire hearing chilling tales of ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night. The evening will have that kind of vibe, which is perfect for the Halloween season. The audience will also get a chance to learn more about paranormal investigation with a question and answer period following the main presentation.

Berry’s love and passion for the paranormal ignited from an extremely haunting experience he had in Gettysburg, Pa. After many years of studying, research and founding his own paranormal research team with his husband, Ben Berry, he was asked to join the SyFy Channel original series “Ghost Hunters Academy.” This competition reality show tested the strengths of investigators from around the country and Berry proved to be the best of the best by winning and was awarded a spot on the TAPS team and the original series “Ghost Hunters.” Berry likes to say he was awarded Amy Bruni as his prize because the two paired up and have since become a paranormal powerhouse. With similar beliefs and styles, Berry and Bruni possess the capabilities to connect with those in the afterlife with uncanny accuracy. Focusing on helping families and spirits alike, they have traveled the country changing the way the world thinks about ghosts and what happens after we shuffle off this mortal coil.

When Berry isn’t looking for ghosts, he is the executive director of Peregrine Theatre Ensemble, a non-profit theater company based in Provincetown, Mass. This educational summer theater program produces some of the most spectacular musicals and plays on the Cape while also nurturing young actors in a professional working environment.

Tickets to “Real Ghost Stories with Adam Berry” are $50 for general admission and $100 for VIP. VIP tickets are limited, as VIP attendees will be seated in the first four rows and be granted a post-show meet and greet with Berry. Tickets are available at