The Haunted Nights Crew offers a one of a kind paranormal investigation experience at some
of the most haunted well known and brand new locations!!!
Come join the Haunted Nights Crew and our special Guest Chris Balassone as we investigate one of the most haunted locations in Virginia, the historic St Albans Sanatorium. St Albans came to life in 1892 as a Lutheran boys' school. The school closed in 1911 and reopened in 1916 as an institution to treat the mentally ill. This close to 130 year old abandoned mental hospital has stories of dark phantoms, apparitions and all sorts of crazy things that have happened over the years since it closed it's doors to the public. Members of the Haunted Nights Crew have experienced many unexplained occurrences within the walls of this very large facility, so we want to take you along with us as we continue our exploration into things that dwell within that realm of the unknown.
Join the Haunted Nights Crew as we take you to The Octagon Mansion at 585 in Wytheville, Va for a special opportunity to step back into history 150 years at this Historic Icon of America's past. With claims of a little girl that died during the polio epidemic of 1950 still searching for her mother, to claims of Civil War soldiers trying to make contact . Another possible point for activity is that one of the additions to the property was constructed over 8 graves. This location is very quickly becoming one of Virginia's hottest investigation spots. So grab your tickets now for a great night of Haunts and let's help support the Restoration and Preservation of The Octagon Mansion at 585. This location has by far one of the best collections of Civil War artifacts in the country, if not the world!!!
Join the Haunted Nights Crew and our Special Guest, Psychic Medium Chelsea Gill, as we step inside this haunted B&B located in Mineral, Va. The property dates back to 1916 and the current owners have reported numerous cases of paranormal activity since taking ownership. Some of the occurrences are sounds of walking upstairs when everyone is downstairs, shadow figures, disembodied voices of a woman, man, and children, doors closing by themselves, sounds of moving furniture, having objects moved to different locations and even a ghost cat! We have investigated at this location numerous times and it never disappoints.
Join the Haunted Nights Crew and Guests as we take you to another first time event investigation location, HISTORIC TUCKAHOE!!! With numerous locations on the property to investigate, including it's own Ghost Walk, lets see just how HAUNTED this location is!!!
Raised in the mid 1730's on a bluff overlooking the James River by William Randolph, Tuckahoe is thought to be the most complete plantation layout dating from the early 18th century. The numerous outbuildings located on the property include the smokehouse, workers quarters, stables, kitchen, schoolhouse, and an overseer's office. From 1745 to 1752, Tuckahoe was the boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson. His family located to Tuckahoe to care for the orphaned children of William Randolph who died in 1745. The schoolhouse is said to be the first that Thomas Jefferson attended. The property has garden gates that lead you down it's own Ghost Walk through old boxwoods to the rambling gardens.
Come join the Haunted Nights Crew and Dinner With A Ghost as we partner up to bring you a weekend of elegant dining and investigations at the Historic Inn at Herr Ridge. Established in 1815, the Inn at Herr Ridge functioned as a local tavern until 1828 when it was purchased by Frederick Herr. Herr also ran the property as a tavern and lodging for travelers. Additionally, Herr Tavern was a major stop in the Underground Railroad. The property played a pivotal role in helping slaves to escape. Later, the tranquility of rural Gettysburg was shattered by the Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg was played out in the fields surrounding Herr Tavern. During the Civil War the tavern functioned as the first confederate hospital. In the main, historic building of the property, Rooms 1, 2 and 3 were the surgical rooms during the war. Come and experience Historic Gettysburg as you step beck in time158 years to enjoy the rich history and panoramic beauty of the Gettysburg Battlefields.
This event will be 2 nights. Friday Nights event will consist of an elegant 4 course dining experience provided by Dinner With A Ghost followed by an investigation with the Haunted Nights Crew. Dinner With A Ghost alchemically blends history, fine dining, and paranormal investigation into a night of anticipation and wonderment unlike any other. The Dinner With A Ghost experience is uniquely satisfying because it fully engages the body, mind, and spirit through a multi-course gourmet meal, riveting presentation on the history and key personalities of the host location, and warm engagement with any spirits on hand. In fact, Dinner With A Ghost is so solicitous of spirit sensibilities that a place of honor is always set for them at the head of the dining table. Saturday Nights event will consist of full on investigation of the property with both the Haunted Nights Crew and the Crew of Dinner With A Ghost. You will definitely want to be a part of this HISTORIC WEEKEND!!!
Come on out and join the Haunted Nights Crew as we return home to The Exchange Hotel and Civil War Museum for the first time in over 4 years. Our journey first started at the Hotel way back in February 2012, and since then we have investigated, lead numerous tours and been a part of all the PARACONS over the years since then. The current structure dates back to 1860 when it opened back up after a devastating fire. It has served as a Grand Hotel, a receiving hospital during the Civil War for both the Confederate and Union Armies, and as a Freedman's Bureau. To those that have investigated this property in the past, it always draws you back for more. The numerous spirit encounters that have taken place over the years make it a very popular spot for Paranormal Enthusiasts.
We are very excited to have the chance to bring Haunted Nights Paranormal Events to the Exchange Hotel and look forward to spending an evening of fun, history, and haunts with all of our guests. Grab your tickets soon because this was one of our most requested locations to add to the 2021 Roadshow Tour.
Join the Haunted Nights Crew as we return to The Octagon Mansion at 585 and this time we are bringing some friends with us! Come spend an evening at The Mansion with the #HauntedNightsCrew and Mike And Chris from the Wraith Chasers!!! This will be their FIRST visit to The Mansion and will be "An Evening You Won't Want To Miss"!!!
This is a special opportunity to step back into history 150 years at this Historic Icon of America's past. With claims of a little girl that died during the polio epidemic of 1950 still searching for her mother, to claims of Civil War soldiers trying to make contact . Another possible point for activity is that one of the additions to the property was constructed over 8 graves. This location is very quickly becoming one of Virginia's hottest investigation spots. So grab your tickets now for a great night of Haunts and let's help support the Restoration and Preservation of The Octagon Mansion at 585. This location has by far one of the best collections of Civil War artifacts in the country, if not the world!!!
Join the Haunted Nights Crew and the Crew from the very popular Dinner With A Ghost as we welcome you aboard the historic Battleship USS Wisconsin for 2 nights of History and Haunts.
The USS Wisconsin first set sail on the 2nd anniversary of the raid of Pearl Harbor. During her career, Wisconsin served in the Pacific Theater of World War II, where she shelled Japanese fortifications and screened United States aircraft carriers as they conducted air raids against enemy positions. During the Korean War, Wisconsin shelled North Korean targets in support of United Nations and South Korean ground operations, after which she was decommissioned. She was reactivated on 1 August 1986. After a modernization program, she participated in Operation Desert Storm in January and February 1991. The Wisconsin was last decommissioned in September 1991 after a total of 14 years of active service in the fleet, and having earned a total of six battle stars for service in World War II and Korea, as well as a Navy Unit Commendation for service during the January/February 1991 Gulf War. The ship currently functions as a museum operated by Nauticus, The National Maritime Center in Norfolk, Virginia. The USS Wisconsin was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register 17 March 2006, and was donated for permanent use as a museum ship. On 15 April 2010, the City of Norfolk officially took over ownership of the ship.
Join the Haunted Nights Crew and our Special Guests Chris Smith and Mike Goncalves of the Wraith Chasers from Travel Channel's "Haunted Towns" and "Haunted Live", plus Destination America's "Ghost Asylum" and "Haunted Towns" as we investigate the well over 400 years of Haunted History at Henricus Historical Park.
Join the Haunted Nights Crew and Dinner With A Ghost as we bring our Annual Halloween Costume Ball Bash to The Octagon Mansion at 585. This is a special opportunity to attend not just one night, but 2 nights with the popular "Dinner With A Ghost" event. This event will have very limited seating both nights for the "Dinner With A Ghost". Each evening will begin with registration, a Champagne Reception, and a guided tour of the 1870 Octagon Mansion, followed by Dinner With A Ghost featuring a 4-Course Gourmet Dinner. Dinner will then be followed with a fun evening of investigating this Historic Icon of America's Past. On Saturday evening we will also offer the opportunity for those not wishing to attend the dinner a chance to come in and investigate Mansion as well. This is a unique one of a kind experience that you won't want to miss. Costumes are not required, but if you do,, dress for the historical time period of the Octagon Mansion. Or you can come dressed in your spookiest Halloween themed costume. We will have prizes for the best dressed costumes each night. Get your tickets now and let's help support the Restoration and Preservation of The Octagon Mansion at 585.