Odd Fellows Ghost Hunt


11 PM

Odd Fellows Ghost Hunt


9 PM

Odd Fellows Ghost Hunt


7 PM


Learn all the steps, stages, and knowledge that it takes for a paranormal investigation! Each class will be held in either Hagerstown, MD or Harpers Ferry, WV. Tickets will be $15 a piece. (Non-refundable)

Paranormal Investigation 101: Location Research (History, Deeds, Genealogy, and More)

Paranormal Investigation 101: Paranormal Equipment and Theory

Paranormal Investigation 101: Paranormal Terminology and Theory

Restrictions and fine print...*

Drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited. Anyone under the influence will be removed from the tour or hunt.

All ticket holders must be 18 years or older to attend, unless accompanied by a parent/ guardian.

Tickets are non-refundable. No exceptions.

All ticket holders must adhere to Tour and Hunt rules laid out by guides. 

All ticket holders are required to sign a liability waiver before entering the building. The waiver will be sent electronically.

Anyone found to be removing or destroying property in and/or around the venue will be prosecuted.


Interested in ghosts and the paranormal? Want to join in on a paranormal investigation? This is your chance to join the A.P.S. Crew or do your own at the Odd Fellow's Lodge in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia! Choose your time! 8 PM or 10 PM! You will enjoy 2 hours in the most active areas of the building! All ticket holders must be 18 years or older or have a parent/guardian present. Bring your own equipment and experience a hauntingly good time! Limited tickets will be sold, get yours today! Restrictions Apply.*Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets will be sold at a first come first serve basis. No holds and based on availability.


Odd Fellow's Lodge Harper's Ferry, West Virginia

Built in the 1830's the current home of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in Harper's Ferry was originally built as a residence for armory workers. While the I.O.O.F. has owned it for most of it's existence the building was occupied by Union troops during the civil war, was said to be used as a provost marshal's jail and during the summer of 1862 Matthew Brady studios used the building as a background for many photographs of the elite 22nd New York State Militia regiment. After the war ended Virginia #1 I.O.O.F. petitioned to utilize armory building 23 at Camp Hill since their original building was destroyed during the course of the conflict. They purchased the building in 1869 and have maintained it since. Purchase ghost hunt tickets below.

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