Ashville is a strange haunted city. Psychics travel here from all over the globe to explore its mysterious vortex energy and to investigate paranormal activity. So, it should not come as a surprise to learn that ghost tours are a big Ashevilleattraction.
Haunted Asheville, home of the original and oldest ghost tours, is owned by one of the world’s preeminent paranormal investigators, Joshua P. Warren. You can book tours that promise to send chills down your spine by going to www.hauntedAsheville.com. You have several tours to choose from. The website lists the following:
Classic Walking Tour—See Asheville’s haunts up close and personal for approximately 2 hours. Our guides will lead you safely through the streets of downtown Asheville, providing storytelling thrills and chills, on this family-friendly experience. It’s our business to send you home with great memories of Asheville and stories for a lifetime.
The Supernatural Tour—This two hour walking tour is the ultimate for adult intellectuals who want to take a step outside the bounds of a usual tourist experience. Your knowledgeable guide will explain what Freemasonry is all about and explore the conspiracies with you. We will pass through some alleyways where dark and tragic events have transpired. You’ll then get the full scoop on our local vampires, witches, and ghouls. You learn about tribal rites in Pritchard Park, dark spirits on Church Street, Native American mysticism, and much more.
Biltmore Village Mystery Tour—Walk with us through beautiful, historic Biltmore Village and learn the dark secrets of this quaint section of Asheville. This 60-90 minute walking tour is full of mystery and wonder, and fun for the whole family. Discover the stories behind, chilling ghosts that wander the old village, the weird Nazi occultist who opened a portal there, the kangaroo that appeared from another dimension, an insane asylum that will make your blood run cold, the curse of Vanderbilt’s lawyer, Samuel Reed, Asheville’s secret serial killer, and the Enigmas of All Souls Cathedral.
Asheville’s Blue Ridge Mountains are the oldest in the country, and hold the remnants of Native American spiritualism, the bloody Civil War, and some of history’s most dynamic personalities—Vanderbilt, Pack, Reynolds, Coxe, Lipinsky, O. Henry, Wolfe, Guastavino and Grove among others. Visitors to this unique place where things are said to die slowly should never leave without having discovered the paranormal Asheville with its powerful spiritual and crystalline energy vortex.
The Applewood Manor in Asheville’s Historic Montford neighborhood dating back to the eighteen hundreds is the ideal place from which to explore Asheville’s many sides.