If you are looking for a spooky weekend adventure this summer, Fort Knox is giving you a chance to live out your ghostbusting dreams

Does the idea of spending an evening ight hunting for ghosts sound fun? If so, boy do we have something for you!

Maine-based paranormal investigation group, 207 Paranormal, will host another season of Ghost Hunts at Fort Knox.

The first of 2024, will take place on Saturday, May 18th, from 8pm-12am

Skeptics and believers, will both enjoy this after-hours tour through the dark passages of Fort Knox, in search of ghosts and paranormal phenomena.

Guests become part of a paranormal investigation using high-tech night vision and sensor equipment to discover what goes bump in the night.

Warning! There is limited lighting with some hazardous terrain. Bring a flashlight!

How do I get tickets?

There is a limited capacity of tickets (minimum age 18 or 12 if accompanied by an adult).

Admission: $35 per person. You can purchase them here

Over the years the stories have become legendary, and that has brought people from all over to get a look for themselves. It has also been the focus of visits from TV shows, and many, many teams of ghost-hunting enthusiasts.

New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen once paid a visit to Fort Knox to research the concept that Maine is reportedly one of the most haunted states in the country.

Your hosts are the crew from 207 Paranormal who will guide you to all the spooky hot spots at Fort Know, and they provide all the ghost-hunting equipment for you.

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