Investigate Haunted History at the Old Manse in Concord, MA



Join paranormal investigator and radio host Ron Kolek at the historic Old Manse where the shadows of the night come alive.

THE HISTORY – The old Manse was built in 1770 for patriot minister William Emerson. This National Historic Landmark became the home of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne and was the center of Transcendentalists movement. The Manse sits near the banks of the Concord River and overlooks the North Bridge, where the famous battle of April 19, 1775, took place. THE PARANORMAL ACTIVITY – Hawthorne first wrote about the ghosts of the Manse and through the years the stories continue. A woman in Victorian dress has been seen in the window, books fly off the shelves, and raps and taps have been heard throughout the building. Some interpreters will not go in the Manse after dark because they have seen figures go into rooms and disappear.

THE EVENT - If you ever wanted to be a Ghost Hunter or if you are a Ghost Hunter and always wanted to investigate one of New England’s most historic locations, Now is your chance. Join us as we investigate this historic landmark and help save history because a portion of the ticket goes directly to the preservation of the mansion.
The cost of this unique event is only $75.
Tickets are limited, so sign up now!