Paranormal investigative tours are coming to historic sites in Cary in October

CARY, NC (WNCN) – Have you ever wanted to stand in a haunted place, open to communication with “the other side” to see what you might find?

That’s exactly what’s on offer in the town of Cary this October with the “The story that haunts Cary Trolley Tours.”

The tours represent the first time that some of Cary’s historic and private homes with a haunted past will be open for exploration of their reported modern paranormal activity, according to tour organizers – The City Doctor Productions and tour sponsor, The Douglas. RealtyGroup.

The 14 tours, held October 12-27, will be led by a Triangle-based professional paranormal investigator and Cary resident and North Carolina native Dr. Katherine Loflin.

“There’s great local history in Cary that many don’t know about,” Dr. Loflin said.

Loflin said visitors are also lucky that many of Cary’s historic properties and places are still well preserved.

All tour guests will be introduced to paranormal investigation tools and techniques and participate in conducting a live mini-survey at the site of a few locations that have had paranormal activity reported by current and previous owners.

“I am honored and thrilled to be allowed to take guests inside these properties to hear their stories and explore their paranormal activity for the first time,” Dr. Loflin said.

Properties and locations with history that haunts Cary Trolley Tours include Cotton House, the Smokehouse behind the Page-Walker, The Matthews House, the Douglas Realty Group building and the flagpole in front of the Cary Arts Center.

Tour guests will travel between locations by trolley and have the option of receiving refreshments at Cotton House and The Prohibitive, a newly opened bar at The Matthews House where a custom drink will be crafted exclusively for tour guests. visit.

Tickets are $35 per person and are available while online seats are exhausted.