Ray County Museum

There’s no better way to experience the spooky area history than on one of our fall trolley tours.

Ghost Hunt on Royale

The Ray County Museum was built in 1904 and served as the Poor Farm House, then served as a Nursing Home before becoming the current museum in the 1970’s. There are numerous documented deaths at this location throughout its history and also many artifacts which could add to the paranormal activity as well! Previous investigations of this location have resulted in many unexplainable experiences including captured EVP’s and even a visual anomaly on thermal imagery. Your adventure will be geared for the more serious and/or experienced Ghost Hunters!

This one is limited to only 20 attendees in this very large and spacious museum! No rotations, scheduled breaks, or other disruptions!  Having fewer guests in this huge 2-story establishment will make for a great investigation. This investigation will be led by Investigator T.R. Kennedy and his paranormal team. They WILL be using investigation equipment.

Follow your team of investigators…. Let the Hunt begin!

Fees/Admission: Tickets are all inclusive at $50.00 (18 years & up)

Time Information: Guests will check in aboard the trolley starting at 6:20pm. Check in at public parking lot located across the street from 402 South St. The trolley will promptly depart at 6:30pm. Please do not be late!