Wilson Castle Ghost Hunt
As you navigate the long drive you are instantly taken back to the year 1885.
You wont see men in top hats, nor women in long gowns, but you will see why this Castle is a purely incredible sight to behold and is one of the most visited historic locations in Vermont.
You will also understand why the year 1885 still lives on.
The stunning turrets, stained glassed windows, and massive wooden doors are the things that fairytales are made of. This however, is not the wonderland you were expecting!
Harrowing paranormal experiences can quickly turn fairytales into nightmares.
Wilson Castle being one of the most expensive homes ever build in Vermont, captivates all with its ever so impressive details. One-of-a-kind fireplace, wood fixtures, and imported fixtures from around the world are imbedded in every inch of this exquisite castle.
Now, pull up a chair and let us tell you how this became known as Wilson Castle.
In 1885, Doctor John Johnson with wife, Sarah, decided it was time to build a house as beautiful as their family! He had strict ideas and instructions on how this home must be designed.
We are still unsure where his wonderous vision came from! Some believe its his English born aristocrat wife, who spent many years visiting English castles, while others think he just wanted the best!
Doctor Johnson did not peddle around the idea, but instead went full speed ahead. He started ordering bricks from Europe, foreign Laborers, and materials from around the world!
The goal was to build a 32-room castle which would include a music room, gallery, two dining rooms, grand parlor, hidden ballroom on the third floor, and many bedrooms for his lavished guests.
The castle was built from their dreams, which would soon be crushed. Sarahs family decided to stop providing financial help, which caused many issues.
Devastated Doctor Johnson fled his home, leaving Sarah and his son behind. This in turn, forced, Sarah to sell the castle of her dreams. Sarah ended up moving to Boston, and never heard from or saw John again.
Passing from owner to owner, the castle finally ended up in Colonel Wilsons possession in 1940. Colonel Wilson created the name Wilson Castle, which it is known as today.
After his death, his granddaughter wanted to share this historic building with the world and created Wilson Castle Museum.
Our Ghost Hunts at Wilson Castle in Proctor, Vermont satisfy the intriguing lore of one of the most haunted locations in Vermont.
When we talk about haunted locations, Wilson Castle is on the list of places you have to visit!
Wilson Castles well-known hauntings bring paranormal investigators searching for the other side, and when the lights go out this castle opens its veil to the other side.
The embedded residual energy seems to be in every room, and wherever you venture off to, you are constantly followed by the unseen residents of the castle.
A womans voice, cries and groans have been heard coming from upstairs, and many ghost hunters have seen the reflection of a woman wearing a black mourning dress in the mirror from Sarahs former room.
Items move on their own, apparitions have been sighted, disembodied voices coming from empty rooms, doors closing, cold spots, and much more.
This is just a fraction of what has been witnessed and reported at this amazing location.
The spirits that still roam this haunted castle truly do let their presence be known.
Are you ready to explore the haunted Wilson Castle?
Your ghost hunt at Wilson Castle includes the following:
Ghost Hunting Vigils.
Ghost Hunt with experienced Ghost Hunting Team.
Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters.
Private time to explore this location and to undertake your very own private vigils.
Unlimited refreshments available throughout the night including: Coffee, Coca Cola, Diet Coke, and Bottled Water.
Selection of snacks.
2970 W Proctor Rd.
Proctor, VT 05765
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