BLACK POWDER TAVERN
1164 Valley Forge Rd
Wayne, PA 19087
A dining room renovation several years ago featured a sports bar theme. As modifications continued, the staff reported a number of oddities. Despite locked doors, several posters were removed from the walls overnight, and a ladder was folded and tucked into a corner, as if someone were unhappy with the modern overlay. In 2013, the restaurant returned to its Colonial-style interior, and since then, all has been quiet.
Haunted Lantern Tours will take place October 22nd and October 29th.Your lantern tour guide will take you through the shadowy rooms and halls and relate to you the spooky experiences, tales of the hauntings that have been passed down to us, and the findings from our paranormal investigations. Tickets are 10-15$
Rumors tell of a mansion onsite that burned to the ground in the 1800s. Some people report, to this day, the scent of smoldering wood and the sound of wailing, especially on dark winter nights.
PAOLI BATTLEFIELD HISTORICAL PARK
The Paoli Battlefield Historical Park was site of one of the most gruesome battles of the American Revolution. The British troops attacked the Americans at midnight with bayonets and swords leaving many dead, and perhaps a few spirits in their wake. If you would like to find out for yourself, the park is hosting a paranormal investigation on October 21. This event is a private tour, limited to pre-registered attendees only.
VALLEY FORGE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
The hardships that the Continental Army faced during the Valley Forge encampment are well-documented. And with such stories come ghostly legends. Phantom soldiers, distant sounds of musket fire and other strange occurrences have been reported at the site in the 240 years since.
ABINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Abington, PA 19001
Founded in 1714, this house of worship is the oldest Presbyterian church in Montgomery County and the third oldest in Pennsylvania. Twenty-one graves were moved in 1946, when York Road was widened. Since then, what is thought to be the ghost of a child has been seen wandering the vicinity.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 308
Willow Grove, PA 19090
The building housing the American Legion in Willow Grove was originally a 1700s farmhouse. Despite many renovations and uses over the decades (including time as an apartment building), spirits remain here, so says conjecture. A lady in black has been spotted near the fireplace, and a tall, shadowy man reportedly frequents the third floor.
BARREN HILL TAVERN & BREWERY
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
When General Lafayette used this building during the Revolution, it was known as Three Tuns. Unexplained sightings have included a woman on the second floor, an elderly gentleman near the kitchen and several beings on the grounds.
BLACK HORSE INN
Flourtown, PA 19031
When this building first welcomed overnight guests in 1744, it was known as Sampson & the Lion. Inexplicable happenings here include reports of sudden drops in temperature, voices emanating from nowhere and photographs showing orbs and what is said to be a child sitting on a bed. NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
RISING SUN INN
During the American Revolution, the Rising Sun Inn was one of many stopover points for the Liberty Bell as it was carried safely away from Philadelphia. With more than 300 years of history, the Inn has also had its share of ghostly legends, including a female spirit said to haunt the upstairs.
Selma Mansion is one of the oldest homes in Norristown, and is widely considered one of its most haunted. While the mansion is closed to the public most of the year, its ghostly past is embraced every October with a series of public events.
Candlelight Ghost Tours
On Saturday, October 7, visitors can take a tour of the home by candlelight while guides share stories of ghostly encounters at the property
Best Haunted House Ever
On Friday the 13th, Selma Mansion is transformed into one of the county's premier haunted attractions when visitors are invited to the Best Haunted House ever.
On October 28, Selma Mansion will host its inaugural Psychic Fair. The gathering will feature readers and healers from across the region, as well as workshops.