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1917 YMCA Building 

December 10 2022

:00 - 10 pm Ghost Hunt 
PRIVATE  PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION  
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Miami AZ

This location is filled with paranormal activity. Spirit box responses, EVPs and interaction with our equipment. Shadows around every corner waiting for you. Negative spirits have been encountered by our teams. Try and catch evidence of the spirits located in this historic building.

Event Start Time: 7:00pm  Event Finish Time: 10:00pm
Your ghost hunt at 1917 YMCA Building includes the following: 



  • Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters
  • Private time to explore this location and to undertake your very own ghost hunt 
  • Access to the most haunted areas. 
  • Ghost Hunt with experienced Paranormal Team.
 Loud bangs and footsteps are often heard on the second floor. Eerie shadowy figures have also been witnessed throughout the building. Whistling and singing have been head in the auditorium.  Visitors have also reported cold spots, unexplained lights, and being physically touched.

Equipment 
The investigators will provide EM meters, FLIR cameras, paranormal Music Boxes, Shadow sensors, REM Pods, Spirit boxes, Ovilus and other equipment for free to utilize to try and catch evidence of the spirits.* A valid driver’s license and credit card is required to be provided equipment. You can bring your own equipment if available. 

PLEASE NOTE:  Only bottom floor is wheelchair and handicap accessible

History 
Dedicated on May 10, 1917, the imposing three-story YMCA building became a community and mining company showpiece on the corner of Sullivan Street and Miami Avenue. The YMCA building had a steam-heated indoor tiled swimming pool, a gymnasium with a stage, a two-lane bowling alley and twenty-three dormitory rooms with showers for single Anglo men: engineers, chemists, accountants, and other specialists and employees of the Miami Copper Company. A banquet room, conference room, billiard and pool tables framed the spacious lobby, along with a library, reading room, and a well-furnished kitchen

This tour and investigation is for entertainment purposes only.  The information provided is accurate as provided by local historians.  There is no guarantee there will be paranormal activity.  
*Equipment varies