Spine-chilling experiences await you this summer when The Museum of Cape May County opens its doors for a paranormal walk through centuries of haunted history.
The Museum, nationally recognized for its exquisite collections of Cape May County historic artifacts, also boasts of another kind of collection – the legion of ghosts and spirits who have inhabited it since 1704.
Throughout the years, multiple paranormal investigators brought their equipment and know-how to The Museum to document the spirits who inhabit it. After their extensive investigations, they discovered not only is The Museum “alive,” our spirits enjoy interacting with the people who visit The Musuem.
On Fri., Aug, 9 at 6 p.m. or 8 p.m. teams of investigators from E.V.P. Paranormal will take you on a tour of the historic Cresse-Holmes house and introduce you to The Museum’s resident ghosts.
Unlike other ghost tours, this tour will let you get up close and personal with our ghostly residents as you walk through The Museum with investigators and their equipment. Experience first-hand the spirits as they cause temperatures to drop, energy fields to change and make “conversation” with visitors and investigators.
Space is limited for these tours and pre-paid reservations are required. Admission for each tour is $20 per person.
For additional information or to make your reservation please contact The Museum at 609-465-3535.
The Museum is located at 504 Route 9 North, Cape May Court House.