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Haunted hospital draws in thousands each year

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Myles

My first thought was - How does a 2 story building have a 485 ft "death chute"?   

Found the answer:

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TripGun

It extends out as well as down.

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the13bats

our house was built around 1909, by a town who,

it has a rare in florida 2k sf basement with cement floors, the house has been a b&b, had a sign business and likely a speak easy running in the basement, my wife is convinced there is a secret tunnel connecting the basement to the carriage house but we have yet to find it...a guy a few blocks over found a car buried in his yard.

oddly while some things were updated and changed some stuff is a time capsule, so who knows whats left to find.

on the OP if they offered tours of some old building no one much would go for free but tack "haunted" on it and they line up cash in hand,  what does "most" haunted mean since its never proven.

i dont like dealing with people but if i offered a nights lodging at the old "haunted" ferran house b&b i would be booked for years in advance...very odd what people will throw money at.

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Gary Meadows

I'm sure people think they see all sorts ghostly activity!

 

Meh.

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the13bats

i wouldnt pay much if anything to tour it but i love old historic stuff so for that it would be fun, maybe, if its not just worn out.

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SecretSanta

The owner has been on every paranormal show there is. Free advertising on major cable channels. Most recently on the new show Portals to Hell. I recorded it but haven’t watched it yet. 

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the13bats
48 minutes ago, SecretSanta said:

The owner has been on every paranormal show there is. Free advertising on major cable channels. Most recently on the new show Portals to Hell. I recorded it but haven’t watched it yet. 

good for them, and free promos are savvy but is it worth it i mean how you look to a lot of people.

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Myles
10 hours ago, the13bats said:

i wouldnt pay much if anything to tour it but i love old historic stuff so for that it would be fun, maybe, if its not just worn out.

I'd pay a few bucks to tour it.   Maybe $12-$15 or something like that.   It'd be an interesting couple hours to see the history of the building.  

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the13bats
13 hours ago, Myles said:

I'd pay a few bucks to tour it.   Maybe $12-$15 or something like that.   It'd be an interesting couple hours to see the history of the building.  

i guess im cheap, lol, for me just depends if the people running it are cool or cheddar richards,

but sure 12-15 wouldnt be unfair admission

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oslove

With our today's advanced technologies of seeing and listening continuously without interruptions, and recording everything in digital files for studying in the labs, I wonder if any serious investigators have employed them to ascertain whatever is taking place when no humans are present all the time.

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