BARDSTOWN GHOST TREK
Patti Starr, Certified Ghost Hunter
Voted One of the Top Ten Ghost Hunter
in America for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
The tour starts at the Old Stable Restaurant
116 W. Stephen Foster Ave, Bardstown, KY 40004
During the Bourbon Festival our ghost walk tickets must be purchased through their office.
Thursday, September 13, 2012, 8pm -9:30pm
Friday, September 14, 2012, 8pm -9:30pm
Saturday, September 15, 2012, 8pm-9:30pm & 10pm-11:30pm
If you want to reserve Ghostly Spirits of Bardstown please call 502-348-3623 EXT 4. $20 per tickets
Begins June 2, 2012 through
October 27, 2012
Every Saturday Night
Starting at 8:00 pm Rain or Shine
$15.00 per person
We start selling tickets in the Old Stable Parking lot at 7:30 pm. If we are sold out there will NOT be available tickets.
For Advanced Ticket sale to guarantee your place click Here
All advanced ticket sales are non-refundabe or non-exchangeable.
No Ghost Walk on September29, 2012. We will be hosting our ScareFest in Lexington, KY the biggest Horror and Paranormal Convention in the USA.
Click Here to see the photos of ghostly activity captured by
many who have taken the
Bardstown Ghost Trek
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Join Patti on this Fascinating Ghost Hunt, Walk, and
Balls of light were bouncing off the walls and swirling around the bed as they hummed with static. The TV turned on and the volume rotated from high to low and then turned off. Suddenly, the balls of light exited out the open window which in turn immediately slammed shut. Did all this happen or was it a dream? Well, maybe, if you think several people can sleep in the same room at different times and experience the same dream. Stay at the Tavern and you be the judge. Coincidence or Haunted? Click Here to listen to the ghost voice as Patti asks the ghost a question.
Here is a photo taken (09-17-05) in the Talbott Tavern by one of the Ghost Trek's walkers . Patti is asking the spirit to "Let us know if you are in the room with us" and at that moment Tim Jones caught this amazing anomaly beside Patti.
It was a dark and stormy night, when, "Honey, did you hear that? It sounded like someone screaming. Do you think this place is really haunted? I'm going to get my camera." The picture revealed a full apparition of a woman standing on the other side of the room. The Travel Channel listed the Jailers Inn as one of the most haunted places in America. Why not stay and decide for yourself. Is this place really haunted?
This photo was taken by Stacey Allen McGee September, 2005 which shows ecto-mist and three huge orbs near Patti as she divulges the many ghost encounters that took place at the Jailer's Inn.
The Pioneer Cemetery
There seems to be a mysterious energy here in this peaceful little cemetery. Even though it dates back to the 1780's you can still sense a spirit that may have remained to keep a vigil over the graves. While taking pictures, be careful where you wander for you might get an unexplained invisible push to warn you of a guarded area. Maybe this activity comes from a spirit that was buried alive by accident, which did happen more than once back in the 1700's. People on the ghost trek have captured strange looking anomalies in their photos. Did they get too close? Why not join us and see what might turn up in your photos.
Enjoy this video: "Sittin up with the Dead" by Ray Stevens
The Chapeze House
Who is in the bathroom when the toilet flushes? No one. Who kicked Patti on the leg as she walked up the steps and why does it continue to happen? Don't know. Who is the dark haired lady that stays after hours to look out the window to be seen without a face by the passerby? You got me. There is a sad story connected to this building, involving a child dying young, and a doctor catching his wife committing adultery with another man. Are these lost souls still here trying to work out unfinished business? Lot's of evidence was captured here during ghost investigations that included voices and strange images on video. Who is still playing pranks and frightening the employees at the Chapeze House?
Photo taken by Quinta on ghost walk Sept. 2004
This photo looks a lot like the photo of Jesse James
displayed at the Getz Museum in Bardstown. Why
not check out the amazing Getz Museum and see the history
of Jesse's stay in Bardstown and his ties to the community
along with other fascinating history of this building .
What to Bring:
1) A Camera or Camcorder or audio recorder or meters
2) A Flashlight
3) An Umbrella (the trek goes on rain or shine)
4) Click here for a map to Bardstown
5) If you come the week of Halloween be sure to wear your Halloween costume.
During the week you can schedule private tours of 15 or more by calling
859-576-5517 to reserve.
Please vote for our Ghost Trek at
Haunted America Tours
For first place in 2011
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