October 19 2024 Paranormal Day At the Superstition Mountain Museum

4087 E Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ 85119
ALL DAY FREE ADMISSION TO PARANORMAL DAY 
10 AM to 4 PM
Enjoy a day of guest speakers, authors, psychics, paranormal teams and exciting workshops. A variety of vendors and artisans on hand where you'll find, stones, crystals, jewelry, tarot, Anime, special creations and More! 
OPTIONAL EVENING EVENTS
There will be two ghost tours available for everyone in the family to enjoy. Top it off with an evening Ghost Hunt with a paranormal team using the latest equipment
GHOST TOUR $10 pp
Enjoy a ghost tour and learn of the haunted history.. See evidence collected and go on a ghostly adventure
GHOST HUNT 
Join Paranormal Teams and investigate the haunted grounds of the Superstition Mountain Museum.

Guest Speakers

Variety of speakers involved in the paranormal field LOCATION: Elvis Memorial Chapel
EVPs & Life after Life: The Correlation
11:00 AM
PHOENIX ARIZONA PARANORMAL SOCIETY (PAPS)
PAPS (Phoenix Arizona Paranormal Society)is dedicated to helping others gain peace of mind by helping to explain what is and is not paranormal through use of modern techniques and documented evidence acquired during investigations. Their mission is to capture both video and audio signatures of paranormal activity to prove the existence of life after death
Dowsing for Spirits"
12:00 PM
Debe Branning with special guests Carolee,Chance and Colleen
Various methods of dowsing they will demonstrating different techniques
Vulture City Ghost Town
1:00 PM
DAMIAN HARRIS
Vulture City Ghost Town is renowned for its ghostly encounters side of this abandoned settlement.. First hand experience from numerous paranormal investigations of this abandoned settlement Learn about its history and hear the chilling tales of those who still walk this once thriving gold mining town.
Workshop
3:00 PM
Arielle Sterling
Step into a world of infinite possibilities, where psychic insights and Reiki healing combine to create a profound and life-changing experience.
Sounds Of The Dead: Staticom Method
4:00 PM
Tony & Cherie Rathman
Founder/Lead Investigators at Entity Voices Host of Entity Voices Paranormal Evidence Live Stream on KGRAdb.com. Explore the Staticom communication method and hear actual EVPs from beyond

 GHOST  HUNT 

Ghost Hunt 
ON SALE AUGUST 1 2024
7:30 pm to 11:00 pm

$40 PER PERSON
Purchasing Tickets You agree to all the terms of the cancellation policy
AZ Ghost Tours
The Superstition Mountains are extremely haunted. November 24 2011 a crash killed 3 adults & 3 kids. 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: 7:30pm Event Finish Time: 11:00pm 

PLEASE NOTE: You will be walking on uneven surface on trails throughout the property. There will be some incline and hills.

Your ghost hunt at Lost Dutchman Museum includes the following:
  • Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters
  • Participate in paranormal experiments
  • Access to the most haunted areas.
  • Ghost Hunt with experienced Ghost Hunting Team.

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
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