Have you ever wondered what happens after the Exchange Hotel closes? After everyone goes home and darkness falls? Well, the Exchange Hotel takes on an atmosphere all on its own. Come join us - learn the history and experience the activity after dark. Find out if you are sensitive to your surroundings, or if your skepticism can be maintained after a night visit.
Take a candlelight tour of the museum, reliving the history; enjoy hearing some of the stories of its dark past and reported paranormal activity. People have reported seeing orbs of light traveling from room to room, heard footsteps on the stairs, heard and seen doors opening and closing on their own, heard the one legged soldier making his way down the halls as his wooden peg taps the creaky wooden floors. They’ve smelled cigar smoke in one room and alcohol in another, scents of lilac perfume wafting through the halls as smells from the past seem to appear and resonate from time to time. They have heard the telegraph ticking when no equipment is present. Heard screaming and moans of sadness that appear from nowhere and on several occasions seen nurses dressed in black descending the stairs and walking the halls. Doctors and soldiers are seen in the hotel and on the grounds as well.
The Exchange Hotel didn’t get its “A&E”, “History Channel” ranking of 15th in the “TOP 100 Most Haunted Places in the Country” by luck of the draw. It’s earned its reputation in the world of paranormal activity. It isn't necessary for our guides to purposefully frighten you as our "permanent residents" often make their presence known. There have been numerous reports of apparitions as well as the many unexplained sounds described by past visitors. We have been featured on two episodes of "My Ghost Story" as well as in many other publications. Come see for yourself and experience where "History comes Alive".
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