Post by kathyghosthunter on Jun 15, 2009 10:24:39 GMT -6
Great News for ghost hunters
Many ghost hunters are looking for locations that are haunted and would like to visit them. Not many places admit to having ghosts let alone welcome ghost hunters. Those that do, charge an arm and leg to ghost hunters. Most ghost hunting groups do not charge for investigations and rely on donations there for income is limited.
Minnesota has a few locations that have opened their doors to ghost hunters and has kept the cost down. This is what I have found so far that I can say that is haunted.
Granite Falls MN
The Holt house and the Weaver house will be open this summer to ghost hunters starting the week of May 20th. They offer a few options. Fees are as follows- maximum 10 per group Grand Ghost Tour - $70 per person for a 2 hour tour of Holt House and overnight at the Weaver House Weaver House 2 hour tour - $20 per person Weaver House overnight - $60 per person Holt House 2 hour tour - $20 per person for more information please e-mail them at email@example.com
The Peathingy Inn in Chaska MN
They are welcoming ghost hunting groups.
20.00 Per person for 2 hour Min. 5 people per time slot. Call to make an appointment
(952) 368-4343 Also offers ghost hunting classes
If you’re coming from out of town you may want to spend the night at the Inn. Those who rent the rooms would be allowed to ghost hunt all night if they would like to.
you know places like that, that make you pay are probably fakes. I mean I'm not going to say that for sure because I haven't been there but I still think it might be a fake and waste of money. but i could be wrong.
he runs through the night with me. nothing in Piscataway goes unchecked. I am the researcher of New Jersey.
Post by kathyghosthunter on Aug 26, 2009 1:20:30 GMT -6
I understand your concern Nikki, There are some places that I wonder about. But these 2 locations I have checked out and I know they have spirits in it. The B+B in Chaska, has 4 very active spirits in it. There is another location in Wells that is thinking of opening thier doors to ghost hunters too. Before I recommend a place, I first check it out to make sure what they say is true.