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Superstition Mountain ~ Lost Dutchman Museum

The area is supercharged with Paranormal Activity!

October 22 2022

8:00pm - 11:00pm  Ghost Hunt 
INTENSE PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION

Old buildings on site

Apache Junction AZ

The Superstition Mountains are extremely haunted. November 24 2011 a crash killed 3 adults & 3 kids and as a memorial wreckage was brought to the Superstition Mountain Museum. Here an incredible Spirit box session with interaction with our equipment. 

 An old minor long with white hair, beard and black eyes seen by many said to have fallen to his death. Claims of footsteps have been heard at the Old Stamp Mill and shadows seen throughout the grounds. 

Event Start Time: 8:00pm  Event Finish Time: 11:00pm
Your ghost hunt at Lost Dutchman Museum 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 Ghost Hunting Team.
PLEASE NOTE: You will be walking on uneven surface on trails throughout the property. There will be some incline and hills.

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.

History Perhaps nowhere in the entire United States is there an area full of legend, history and intrigue as the rugged 160,000 acre Superstition Mountain range in the Tonto National Forest in Central Arizona. Archeological evidence indicates people were here some 9000 years ago. Later inhabitants included the Salado, Hohokam and Apache Indians, followed by Spanish explorers and Mexican Gold Miners. 

Early American trappers and adventurers migrated to the area and were soon followed by cattlemen and farmers. Eventually, the U.S. Cavalry was sent in to establish forts to protect this rapidly growing population. As modern times approached, men and women began searching for what they believed was the richest gold mine in the world 

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