First Public Investigation of the year! Tickets now on sale!!
We are excited to announce we will be returning to the Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, TX for our first public paranormal investigation of the year! Join us on the night of March 2nd, 2019 for your chance to investigate one of Texas’ most haunted locations with Strange Town. We will have our gear available to use, but you are welcome to bring gear of your own if you like. Act now, tickets sell FAST!
Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 tickets can be purchased here:
Doors Open: 7pm
Event Ends: Their is not at official ending time, attendees can leave whenever they feel ready. We investigate until the last person is ready to quit, and it usually wraps up around 3:30am.
The first thing that will happen on the night of the Public Investigation, you will be given a private history/ghost tour of the hotel by the owners, Jim and Erin Ghedi. They will inform you of the building’s incredible history from its beginnings as a 2 room log cabin in 1840 through the early days as an 1880’s hotel and stagecoach stop for Seguin. You will be guided to all the “Hot Spots” throughout the building and introduced to the known 15 spirits who still reside at the hotel. You will then be handed off to Billy & Mark, and we will give you step by step instructions on how a paranormal investigation is conducted. Everyone will have an opportunity to use our paranormal equipment hands-on for this investigation. Billy & Mark will be available to answer any questions and we will explain our investigation techniques as the night unfolds.
Attendees will be split into small groups and each will be given a chance to investigate the entire hotel and underground shelter throughout the night. We will also have a DVR Command Center outside for anyone that wants to monitor the cameras. Bringing and using your own paranormal gear is definitely allowed! We hope to see you there!!
Also, be sure to check out the www.hauntedmagnoliahotel.com for more information and other events!
In past public paranormal investigations, we have captured pretty compelling evidence. Here are two examples: