Experience the late night life at the Wm. Phelps General Store and home as well as the 23 room Palmyra Historical Museum for the other side of history. Those unspoken and unseen, yet always very apparent in every room, will thrill you with a sudden whisper, foot step, or touch. Join the number of groups that have experienced the strange noises, apparitions, caught photographs, and chased ghostly cats only to find nothing is there.
We have been visited by Ghost Detectives, Haunted Explorations, My Ghost Story, Pittsburgh Paranormal, Roc City Paranormal, PBI, SPI, Beyond Ghosts, Crossroads, G.H.O.S.T., Salt City Paranormal, Ghost Seekers, New York Paranormal and Scientific Paranormal Investigations, Soul Searchers, WNY Paranormal, P.I.T. Crew, GOWNY, Elmira Paranormal, and Rochester Phantom Hunters.
Will you be the next?
Scheduling a Hunt
Ghost hunts can be scheduled year-round and are private to your group (unless you choose otherwise). The minimum group size is 4 people (or the equivalent cost) at $35 a person for a 6 hour hunt. Groups of 20 or more, may negotiate a discounted price.
Hunts can be tailored to your group and experience level. Groups are accompanied by a guide who can share stories, photos, and EVPs or keep the history secret only to verify your findings. Bring some snacks or lunches for your group and our central meeting area will serve as the base for your group and resting spot.
We also host birthday parties and special events. Gift certificates are also available!
Please call (315) 597-6981 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for information and scheduling. If you would like history on our locations, feel free to call our office or send us an email.
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Museum staff member, Steve B, reported seeing a full body apparition of Sibyl Phelps who reminded him sternly, “Don’t touch my stuff.”
Joanne A saw the figure of a little girl in the upstairs of the Phelps residence.
Many have felt the touch of the hands of a young girl in the Phelps living room.
“A fear of dread engulfed me,” said Rob Henning, co-founder and case manager for Scientific Paranormal Investigators.
“I swear a black cat came in front of the door of the Phelps Store, walked down through the store and up the stairs,” said Ralph Kommer.
“I was locked out of the Phelps Store by Mayme Phelps,” exclaimed docent Andrew Lambrix, who is always checking over his shoulder, to this day.
“The children who passed away in the fire in 1964 are always opening cabinets and moving items around,” shared Kathryn Woodlock.
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