Friday the 13th
FRIDAY THE 13th GHOST HUNT AT PITTSBURGH'S
REAL HAUNTED MANSION!
Anderson Manor is located in the historic Manchester District on Pittsburgh's North Side. This mansion is unique and packed with history. Built pre-civil war by Colonel James Anderson, this home was a part of the elite district during the Pittsburgh Steel Industry boom. As a young boy, Andrew Carnegie visited Colonel Anderson frequently in this mansion - and later considered him to be a mentor. In the home’s later years, it was a nursing home.
The #1 Paranormal Experience
This entire section of Pittsburgh has always been rumored with ghost sightings, including the story of the infamous home called “The House the Devil Built” just blocks away. The Staff of Ghosts N’at were called in to investigate Anderson Manor and we were astonished with the amount of activity we encountered right away! Previous guests in the mansion have encountered a spirit on the third floor who enjoys tapping people on the shoulder and turning the door knobs, a female spirit on the first floor likes to communicate through EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) and draining of our electronic equipment and cell phones - in the basement, multiple spirits have been extremely vocal through our Portal Device - one of the latest and greatest ghost hunting tools!
Now it’s your turn to find out who is lurking around the mansion! This ghost hunt is a guided ghost hunt! You will be paired with REAL paranormal investigators, who will be using the latest & greatest equipment to try to make contact with "The Other Side".
Check in starts at 6:50 P.M. Sharp
There will be a brief lecture followed by the ghost hunt starting at 8:00.
*Participants must be 18 years of age or older. (13 - 17 with guardian)* *You are required to bring a flashlight.* *Tickets are non-refundable.*
**Alcohol is not permitted during the event. If we feel that you are under the influence, Ghosts N'at reserves the right to remove you from the property.*
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