Is that a photo of a bigfoot?
What does this Haunted doll do?
Find out on Halloween!
Come see the Museum and check out some Halloween themed wine with Main Street Produce. The event is free, just come to the Cryptozoology & Paranormal Museum at 328 Mosby Ave, Littleton NC after 5pm and taste some great wines! If you want we will have ghost tours available after the wine tasting.
Spots are still left for the first tour tomorrow, Sunday 9/21 at 6:30.
If you are interested in coming please call us at 631-220-1231, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form on our RSVP page.
The first tour dates are now up! The dates for the tours are currently scheduled for:
- Sunday, September 21 from 6:30 – 8:30
- Friday October 31 from 6:30 – 8:30
- Saturday November 1 from 6:30 – 8:30
Please RSVP if you are interested as spots are limited.
Littleton, North Carolina, located on US 158 between I-85 and I-95 is a town with a rich history going back to the revolutionary. One of the main coach roads running east and west through North Carolina ran right through town, and later a branch of the NC railroad ran through connecting Halifax and Raleigh.
We are hosting walking tours/ghost hunts through the heart of the Historic district in Littleton, including a house built in 1895, Person’s Ordinary built in 1739 (the oldest historical landmark of Halifax county), and Lakeland theater based in what used to be the Littleton School, housing all grades.
The tour will include history of the area, ghost stories, and personal experiences as well as a brief lesson in using standard ghost hunting equipment.
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We are extremely close to finalizing the first set of tour dates. The first tour will be next weekend, we just have to arrange to have access to Lakeland Theater as we have to get in when it is not already booked. We will definitely have answers by tomorrow. We have already been promised the night of Halloween, and the day after.
The idea of a ghost tour began once we realized that the vast majority of the historical buildings in the area have paranormal activity. We look forward to getting this first tour started and have the tours running all year round.