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Spotlight on the Paranormal: Paranormal Kicks Cancer

Chris Gostkowski and Alex Wilkinson are the Co-Operators of Paranormal Kicks Cancer; a national paranormal charity that raises money for kids with cancer through paranormal events and tours.  Chris is the owner of Paranormal Kicks Cancer, while his fiancée, Alex, is the Director of Marketing.
Chris Gostkowski has been investigating for 22 years and owns over $26,000 in paranormal equipment. He is a member of the coveted Invite-only paranormal clergy and considers his style of investigation “scientific-based”. He has a passion for helping people and throwing memorable events.
Alex Wilkinson has been investigating for 2.5 years but has always loved the paranormal. Alex is also a member of the Paranormal Clergy and takes pride in growing the PKC social media following from 1,700 to over 4,300 in only one year.
Chris and Alex met at a Paranormal Kicks Cancer event at a haunted jail in December 2019. They got engaged in July 2021. They have a unique and highly compatible working relationship which makes them very enjoyable to watch in action. They have been invited many times as “Special Guest Investigators” at events in Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida.
Paranormal Kicks Cancer is fully partnered with the American Childhood Cancer Organization as well as BASE Camp out of Orlando. They are also partnered with the city of New Port Richey and are official board members of “Main Street Zephyrhills” and put on ghost tours throughout the year.
If you’d like to check out their upcoming events please follow them on Facebook at Paranormal Kicks Cancer.LLC.
You can also visit their website at or text Alex directly at 813-833-4171.

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