Haunted New Harmony Ghost Walks are a fun and enlightening way to learn about the history and the hauntings in this intriguing town. Enjoy a 90-minute stroll through the streets of New Harmony where we’ll stop outside the haunted locations and discuss the activity and the reasons why the location is haunted. Ghost Walks are $15 per person.
Ghost Walk tickets can be purchased at Antique Emporium (525 Church Street, New Harmony, IN) or by clicking the link below. If you require a different payment option or wish to schedule a Ghost Walk at another time, please contact Joni Mayhan at Jonimayhan@gmail.com.
Saturday, May19th (7-8:30pm) – Click HERE for tickets
Saturday, May 26th (7-8:30pm) – Click HERE for tickets
Saturday, June 8th (7-8:30pm) – Click HERE for tickets
More Ghost Walk event dates will be added at a later date
Join us in September, October and November for some spooky intrigue as we start our Halloween Season Investigations in New Harmony, Indiana.
Community House #2 is one of the oldest structures in New Harmony. Built in circa 1822, it was constructed by the Harmonists to house members of the group. People often hear footsteps and voices in other rooms and have also witnessed several apparitions.
Our lineup also includes the ever-so-haunted Fauntleroy Home. This home was the 53rd home built by the Harmonists and is known by many as the most haunted house in town. People have been pushed on the staircase, heard the sound of the harp playing in the vacant room and have heard voices and footsteps. During our investigations here, we were never disappointed.
Joining the lineup this fall is Thrall’s Opera House. This building was actually once a Harmonist Community House before it was turned into a theater, then a gas station and garage before it was transformed into an Opera House. The haunting here includes footsteps and voices heard from vacant rooms, moving shadows and communication on our equipment.
We will also be investigating the Ribeyre Gymnasium. This gymnasium was only one year old when it was put to use for a tragic purpose. After an F5 tornado decimated the nearby town of Griffin, Indiana, the gymnasiums basement was used as a temporary morgue. Over the years, people have witnessed children playing on the bleachers and peeking out of the bathroom in the Annex Building.
Dates of the Investigation
Ribeyre Gymnasium: Saturday, September 20th and Saturday, September 27th
Community House #2 and the Fauntleroy Home: Friday, October 5th, Friday October 19th, and Friday, November 2md
Community House #2 and Thrall’s Opera House: Friday, October 12th and Friday, October 26th
Ticket information coming soon.