Take the Tour!

Remaining 2015 Tour Schedule

November -- All tours begin at 5:00pm
Saturday, November 7
Sunday, November 8
Saturday, November 14
Sunday, November 15
Saturday, November 28
Sunday, November 29

Private tours may be available by appointment for groups of six or more
Please call for reservation

Our daily tour schedule will resume in March, 2016

Tickets: Adults $15.00, children 10 and under $7.50
Not recommended for children aged 5 and under

Please call (573) 248-1819 to reserve your seats today!

Tours depart from:

Hannibal History Museum
200 N. Main Street
Hannibal, MO 63401
(573) 248-1819

Have you tried Ghost Radar?

Last fall I was first introduced to "Ghost Radar", a new, free app that can be downloaded onto your smart phone. I was a bit skeptical of it at first, thinking it was just a hokey "game" of some sort.
We had other folks on the tour with Ghost Radar in January and February, and the more we worked with it, the more intrigued we became. It is used like an EMF Reader (Electro-Magnetic Field), it detects energy fields (shown as orbs on the radar screen). It also works like an EVP Recorder, it detects words that are "heard" by the phone and displays the word on the screen.

I can report some really amazing occurrences on the Haunted Hannibal tours using Ghost Radar in Old Baptist Cemetery. One lady wearing a Cubs t-shirt repeatedly had the word "Baseball" appear (as if the spirit close to her could see what she was wearing!) We had one screen showing six orbs all at once and the word "Family" appeared. A woman who was a cancer survivor had the Ghost Radar flash "Cancer", "Victory", "Celebrate", and "Fine" as she walked through the cemetery...

We now encourage guests on our tours to download the app and try it for themselves -- used in conjunction with our dowsing rods, it is even more fun to try to pinpoint the source of paranormal energy detected in the cemetery. Try it for yourself, and feel free to email me with your thoughts on this fun new Paranormal Investigating Tool!

For more information on "How Ghost Radar Works", visit the Spudpickles.com website, one of the app's creators.