Haunted Asheville presents . . .

Asheville & Vampires & Witches & Ghouls?

* We border Transylvania County. Why is it called Transylvania?

* What is the true agenda of the Freemasons?

* Why is a "witch's tree" in our city-county plaza?

* What was the bizarre creature that terrorized our jail inmates in 1908?

* Are some buildings in our town truly "demon possessed"?

THIS 2-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.

Next we'll pass through some alleyways where dark and tragic events have transpired.

You'll then get the full scoop on our local vampire scene, tribal rites in Pritchard Park, dark spirits on Church Street, Native American mysticism, and much more.

This tour includes late-night access to the Asheville Mystery Museum where you'll see artifacts Joshua P. Warren brought back from Transylvania, including a sacred crucifix and a piece of Vlad the Impaler's Castle.

This is Warren's favorite tour!

To learn more about this truly amazing new tour experience, listen to Warren and co-creator Tadd McDivitt discuss the tour on the radio. You can download the free mp3 by right-clicking and choosing "Save As" on this link: CLICK HERE FOR AUDIO

This tour usually runs Friday nights, 8pm. Book online now! Again, this is a walking tour geared towards adults. To plan a SUPERNATURAL Tour:

Please DO NOT enter the Masonic Temple without a guide since private functions may be taking place inside.

Questions? Email Tadd McDivitt, Chief Occult Researcher of the Asheville Mystery Museum, at: contact@HauntedAsheville.com or call (828) 398-4678.

IF your tour is confirmed:

WHERE TO PARK & MEET

You can park, for FREE, in any unmarked space at the HomeTrust Bank, located at 10 Woodfin Street, beside the Asheville Masonic Temple. For directions, click HERE.

Then, cross the street to the creepy alleyway behind the Asheville Masonic Temple. Here is an overhead view of the path:

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Parking is also available right beside the Temple for a fee, or you can park for free in public spaces in downtown Asheville, after 6pm. But, regardless of where you park, you will still need to enter the alleyway from the HomeTrust Bank side of the street.


Just show up 10 minutes before your tour time in the creepy alleyway behind the Asheville Masonic Temple, at 80 Broadway Street, with cash in-hand (exact amount is appreciated), on any Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (the rest of 2016). We can only take cash if you are a walk-up.

Please DO NOT enter the Masonic Temple without a guide since private functions may be taking place inside.

However . . .

We STRONGLY suggest you purchase your tickets online now, in advance, using a credit card or your PayPal account. To do so, just choose the tickets for the night you want.


Click HERE: BOOK ONLINE NOW


Again, please DO NOT enter the Masonic Temple without a guide since private functions may be taking place inside.

It's $20 per adult, $15 for children age 9-14. Age 8 and under is free.

Again, please DO NOT enter the Masonic Temple without a guide since private functions may be taking place inside.


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