Daytime History Tour, Nighttime Paranormal Experience for Two, or a VIP Group Tour from Morse Mill Hotel (Up to 54% Off)

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Expert guide leads historic & ghostly expeditions through 33-room haunted hotel with Confederate burial ground, Al Capone relics & dungeon

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Promotional value expires Sep 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts for the Daytime option. Limit 3 per person for the Nighttime and VIP options. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Morse Mill Hotel - Big River: Daytime History Tour, Nighttime Paranormal Experience for Two, or a VIP Group Tour from Morse Mill Hotel (Up to 54% Off)

Due to the large number of ghosts they can hold, haunted houses are consistently scarier than cursed sleeping bags, possessed lean-tos, and ectoplasmic studio apartments. Tiptoe through a real-life haunted dwelling with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $30 for a 45-minute daytime history tour for two (a $60 value)
  • $65 for a two-hour nighttime paranormal experience for two (a $140 value). See the schedule for available times; four slots are offered nightly.
  • $500 for a private, VIP daytime or nighttime tour for 6–10 people with overnight camping, if desired (a $1,000 value). Tours begin just before dusk and end at 2 a.m.<p>

During a daytime history tour at the Morse Mill Hotel, guests get an up-close view of the hotel’s four stories, filled with handmade relics that date back to before the Civil War. The nighttime paranormal experience gives visitors a darker, eerier glimpse of the facility and the chance to capture otherworldly happenings on camera. Reach new levels of spine tingling with the VIP experience, ideal for families, packs of friends, and corporate retreats for undead realtors. An expert specter seeker introduces the gang to the hotel’s many mysteries in tours that stretch until the wee hours, after which guests may set up camp for a complete night of thrills.<p>

Morse Mill Hotel

Originally built as a one-room house in 1816, the Morse Mill Hotel grew to 5,300 square feet under the watchful eye of engineer John Morse, a former Confederate officer and suspected warlock. In its present state, the hotel may house ghostly figures who once took up residence in one of its 33 rooms. Jesse James and company signed their marks in the guest register, and a famous female serial killer, Bertha Gifford, was kept in the hotel's employ; a nearby gravesite marks her resting place. A burial ground for Confederate soldiers, relics of Al Capone's old brothel, and a dungeon also add to the sinister air. An expert paranormal guide leads amateur ghost gumshoes through the 33-room, four-story Morse manse, providing advice on where to find the friendliest long-term residents. If they dare, guests are encouraged to snap photos to document their occult encounters with phantoms, specters, or eerily expensive minibars.


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78% of 91 customers recommend

  • “Bring a mag flashlight :)”

  • “Meribeth was great She's very informative”

  • “Dawn provided exceptional service going out of her way to make it great”

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    Big River

    8850 Morse Mill Spur

    Morse Mill, Missouri 63050

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