We've had the "Ghost Adventures" team in town, now there's an opportunity for you to get some potential chills yourself with a very cool way to see the Depot in Duluth.
The St. Louis County Historical Society is now giving flashlight tours on February 13, 14, 27 and 28 and again on March 13. The guided tours will lead visitors through the historic and, some would allege, haunted Depot.
We waited in anticipation all week for the episode that would feature the Nopeming Sanatorium right in our back door. Saturday night the episode aired, and many people locally tuned in. Here's a few thoughts about the show.
Nopeming Sanatorium, tucked in the trees of Thompson Hill, will be featured as a haunted place on this Saturday's episode of Travel Channel's 'Ghost Adventures'. The Sanatorium originally was a hospital for people sick from tuberculosis. Over the years it was used for different purposes. Now it's privately owned and no trespassing signs are posted all over it.
I watch ghost and paranormal shows all the time. I have had my own experiences with ghosts and paranormal activity. I won't go into the story, it will take too long. I do want to share this story with you. A survey was taken of Americans and 90% said they believe in ghosts and paranormal activity.