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Tuesday, October 31, 2017


"They know you're coming..."
What better night than Halloween to see what the hype is all about. Be transported back to 19th century San Diego with a Halloween Night visit to "the most haunted house in America," (Life magazine, 2005), where the specters are authentic and the mystery is all in the history.

The Whaleys' grand home in Old Town San Diego will be shrouded in traditional mourning for a young boy's funeral, and enveloped in shadows cast by the eerie, mysterious glow of oil lamp light just as the Whaley family would have experienced it.

Hear tales of bizarre encounters with long-dead residents such as Thomas Whaley, master of the house, who refuses to leave until the injustices against him have been corrected; Anna, his elegant wife who watches over her family and her lovely home, even in the after life; Violet, the daughter whose sad death haunts the house to this day; Little Tommie Whaley, whose cries in the night can sometimes be heard more than 150 years after his death; and 'Yankee' Jim Robinson, the notorious outlaw hanged for his crimes where the Whaley House Museum now stands, who still seeks justice from beyond the grave.

Hang out with some real ghosts this Halloween in a historically haunted setting, and come see for yourself why the Whaley House has earned its reputation as America's Most Haunted!

Tuesday, October 31
Daytime hours: 10am-5pm
$8 Adults · $7 Active Duty Military · $6 Seniors (65 & over) & Children (ages 6-12)
Free for children 5 and under

Halloween Nighttime Admission (7pm–midnight)
Historic lighting and tales of paranormal encounters will raise your spirits.

$15 per person
Purchase tickets at the door.
The Whaley House Museum
Administered by Save Our Heritage Organisation
2476 San Diego Avenue,
San Diego CA 92110


The Whaley House Circa 1869

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