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Florida’s Most Haunted Houses

While the Sunshine State is more known for beaches, fishing, and vibrant cities, the state also has corners beyond the tourism industry.Florida has several haunted houses as well. Let’s explore some!

May-Stringer House: A Portal to the Past


Located in Brooksville, the May-Stringer House stands as a testament to Florida’s rich history—and its lingering spirits. Built in 1855, this Victorian-era mansion has witnessed generations come and go, but some residents seem unwilling to leave. Visitors report encounters with ghostly figures, strange noises echoing through empty corridors, and inexplicable cold spots. Paranormal investigators have captured EVPs (Electronic Voice Phenomena) and orbs on camera, adding to the house’s mystique. Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, a visit to the May-Stringer House is bound to leave you questioning the boundaries between the living and the dead.


Clewiston Inn: Where Past Meets Present


In the heart of Clewiston stands the historic Clewiston Inn, a charming relic from Florida’s past. While its facade exudes Southern hospitality, there’s an eerie undercurrent that haunts its halls. Guests have reported encounters with apparitions of long-deceased patrons, footsteps echoing in empty corridors, and phantom smells wafting through the air. One of the most famous ghostly residents is Belle, a former employee whose spirit is said to linger in the inn, occasionally making her presence known to unsuspecting visitors. Whether you’re staying the night or just passing through, the Clewiston Inn promises an unforgettable encounter with the supernatural.


Herlong Mansion: A Southern Specter’s Sanctuary


Nestled in the quaint town of Micanopy, the Herlong Mansion exudes old-world charm—and an otherworldly presence. Built in 1845, this antebellum home has a storied past, including tales of love, loss, and lingering spirits. Guests have reported seeing apparitions wandering the grounds, hearing disembodied voices whispering in the dead of night, and feeling an inexplicable sense of unease in certain rooms. The mansion’s rich history and eerie ambiance make it a hotspot for paranormal enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike. Whether you’re exploring its storied halls or spending the night, the Herlong Mansion promises an unforgettable journey into the unknown.


The Opera House: Where Tragedy Takes Center Stage


In the heart of Ocala stands The Opera House, a historic landmark with a dark past. Built in 1884, this grand theater has seen its fair share of performances—but not all of its actors have taken their final bow. Legends tell of a ghostly soprano whose voice still echoes through the theater, captivating audiences long after her untimely demise. Visitors have reported sightings of shadowy figures lurking in the wings, eerie apparitions dancing across the stage, and the sensation of being watched by unseen eyes. Whether you’re attending a show or taking a backstage tour, The Opera House offers a haunting glimpse into Florida’s ghostly past.


The Dixie House

The Dixie House is located in St. Augustine Florida. The modest little cracker style home was built in the 1930s and some have called it “The Most Haunted House in Florida”. The Dixie House is host to several spirits. Guests have heard footsteps, mysterious knocking on the walls, and shadow figures lurking. Some have been even touched. Guests have captured photos and EVP, as well.

If you would like to explore the Dixie House yourself, book a Para4ce Investigation today- if you feel brave enough to investigate this incredibly haunted house!

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