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Fort Morgan Ghost Investigation and Historical Haunted Tour

Saturday, September 25, 2021, 7:00 PM
Saturday, October 30, 2021, 7:00 PM
Saturday, November 20, 2021, 7:00 PM

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Fort Morgan, one of Alabama’s most haunted places. We will provide ghost hunting equipment, but feel free to bring your own!

Join the members of Second Sight Paranormal TV for a fully equipped Ghost and Paranormal Investigation at Fort Morgan, one of Alabama’s most haunted places Fort Morgan State Historic Site will provide some historical background of the site and conduct a Q&A.

We will provide ghost hunting equipment, but feel free to bring your own! Audio equipment & digital cameras are allowed.

Haunted History:

There are many haunted places located throughout Alabama, including historic homes, cemeteries, restaurants, hospitals, and more. One of the state’s most haunted places in Fort Morgan—a historic masonry star fort that’s located along the Gulf Coast at the mouth of Mobile Bay, Alabama.

The construction of Fort Morgan began in 1819 and was completed in 1834. Its unique star shape made it much easier to defend. When Fort Morgan was built, it was considered the “finest example of military architecture in the New World.”

During the Civil War, Fort Morgan experienced a heavy fire. While the Battle of Mobile Bay took place, the Union set the fort on fire. This historic battle resulted in many deaths.

Fort Morgan has definitely seen its fair share of ghosts. One of the most haunted areas of Fort Morgan is the old barracks. In 1917, a prisoner committed suicide by hanging himself in the barracks of the fort. Since then, many people have reported hearing him cry during the late-night hours.

Also, during the Civil War, a bomb went off in a room of the fort, killing many men. These men can still be heard screaming at night.

The ghost that many people are most familiar with is the one that belongs to a young woman. This woman was attacked sometime during the 19th century, and according to local lore, she still roams Fort Morgan looking for her attacker. All she wants is justice.

Fort Morgan is one of Alabama’s true hidden gems. If you’ve never visited this historic battle site, make plans to do so. You won’t be disappointed.

Reservations Required!!

http://www.pensacolaghostevents.com
http://www.secondsightparanormal.com
850 941 4321

Upcoming Halloween Events!

1. Seville Quarter Haunted Luncheon and Ghost Tour

Do YOU dare dine inside one of Pensacola’s oldest buildings at the MOST HAUNTED restaurant?
Listen as your guide weaves tales of ghosts, debauchery, murder, mayhem, paranormal activities, history, and more of Seville Quarter and downtown Historic Pensacola.

Rosie Seville Quarter

We are not just another ghost tour. We are experienced ghost hunters and professional paranormal investigators.

We will provide high-tech ghost hunting and paranormal equipment, but feel free to bring your own!
All ages are welcomed.

Following your ghost tour enjoy an award-winning lunch. Be careful! You may be joined for lunch by uninvited ghosts.

Tickets Include Seville Quarter Historic Tour with Paranormal Equipment, and Lunch ($12 Apple Annie’s Food Voucher/7.5% Sales Tax and 20% gratuity not included). Group tours are also available. This haunted restaurant has more than just spirits on tap. Meet your guide inside the Palace Cafe in Seville
Quarter.

Seville Quarter
130 East Government St.
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Reservations Required!
https://www.pensacolaghostevents.com/
850 941 4321

2. Pensacola Victorian Bed & Breakfast

We will provide ghost hunting equipment, but feel free to bring your own! Audio equipment & digital cameras are allowed.

Pensacola Victorian Bed & Breakfast
203 W Gregory St, Pensacola, FL 32502
https://www.pensacolaghostevents.com/
850 941 4321

Location’s Haunted History:
Built by ship captain William Northup in the 1890s, this inn is home to some mysterious happenings. Witnesses have heard sounds with no apparent source, including classical music and children playing and giggling. The apparition of a woman in a Victorian nightgown has been noted, and the smells of cooking breakfast have been detected long before the kitchen was open.
850 941 4321

3. Fort Morgan, one of Alabama’s most haunted places.

Join the members of Second Sight Paranormal TV for a fully equipped Ghost and Paranormal Investigation

We will provide a historical guide and ghost hunting equipment, but feel free to bring your own! Audio equipment & digital cameras are allowed.
https://www.pensacolaghostevents.com/
850 941 4321

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Location’s Haunted History: Built between 1819 and 1833, Fort Morgan is a masonry fort that saw active use during the Civil War, Spanish American War, World War I, and World War II. Today it is a historical site open for visitation from the public. In addition to a number of artifacts and other historically significant sights to see, visitors to the fort may spot ghosts of soldiers and prisoners. Reports of unusual activity include strange mists, shadow figures, unusual noises, and a sudden feeling of dread followed by the apparition of an unknown man.