Victorian Paranormal Tour of the Davis-Horton House
Add a little bit of haunted history and paranormal intrigue to your Tuesday evening! It is spooky season after all and the “Spirit” – or spirits- of Halloween are beckoning you *virtually* to enjoy a demonstration of the various tools used to communicate with the world beyond the veil.
This tour will be virtual streamed via Zoom live from the Davis-Horton House and will last approximately 45 minutes, Tuesday, October 19th at 6 PM.
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Please email the museum at [email protected] or leave us a message at 619-233-4692 with the amount of participants and your top three day/time combinations. Tours must be booked a minimum of 24 hours in advance. Please see below for tour information.
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