Patrons are asked to arrive 15 minutes before the tour leaves to see a presentation by GHOST (Ghosts and History of Southeastern Tennessee Inc.).
Tours will leave the gazebo every 30 minutes.
The last tour leaves at 9 p.m. Tours take approximately 45 minutes.
The GHOST group will be on hand to answer questions from the Marsh House’s previous ghost investigations.
“Join us on an eerie journey into LaFayette’s haunted past as you stroll the Historic Dis-trict,” reads the Ghosts & History Walk of LaFayette newsletter. “Stories and legends of the past as well as the unusual and supernatural are combined with the fun and fascinating history of our city. The tour is chock-full of old stories and legends of paranormal experi-ences. From businesses, parks, cemeteries and homes; the paranormal knows no earthly bounds.”
Patrons will be able to visit the Marsh monument and graves of Confederate soldiers at the LaFayette Cemetery, the site of the old jail, LaFayette Presbyterian Church, Shepard Clinic, Chattooga Academy/John B. Gordon Hall and the “Certified Haunted” Marsh House.
“Hear about blood stains, hangings, disembodied voices calling out and more,” reads the newsletter. “Be among the first to be able to say, ‘I survived the Marsh/LaFayette History and Ghost Walk. … If you are lucky’.”
Patrons are asked to wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring a flashlight, camera and extra batteries.
The price for adults (13 and older) is $10; the price for children (6-12) is $5 (younger ones get in free).