Paranormal Investigations at the Morris-Jumel Mansion
As Seen on Ghost Adventures, Season 9 Episode 3 “George Washington’s Ghost”
Lead by resident paranormal investigator and TAPS Family member, Vincent Carbone, guests have the opportunity to learn the basics of ghost hunting while possibly communicating with some of MJM’s former residents in a safe and casual setting.
This investigation is strictly for those 18 and over. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing.
Investigations are usually three hours in length (8pm-11pm) and begin with a brief lecture describing paranormal theory, the history of ghost hunting, and a description of various paranormal encounters here at the Mansion.
Guests then transition into a full investigation of the house, including going into the period rooms while continuing the discussion of various paranormal topics. Refreshments are always included!
Our bi-monthly investigations open to the public are $35 or $30 Members/Students.
Private investigations are $50 per person, per hour with a two hour minimum. Suggested group size no more than 20 but can be as little as one person.
When booking a private investigation, a $50 deposit must be made to secure the guest's desired date and time. A reservation for a private investigation can be cancelled up to 48 hours prior to the reservation. After 48 hours, the guest forfeits their $50 deposit but it can be applied to another investigation.
The investigation can begin shortly after the museum closes. 4pm Tuesday - Friday, 5pm Saturday - Sunday. Investigations must end by midnight.
Please check the events listing on our website for more information on upcoming investigations or email email@example.com.
Please note we have updated our ticketing policy. There will be no late seating for this event; you have 48 hours before the day of the event to refund or exchange your ticket. All tickets are final, non-refundable.
Please take a moment to browse the various media outlets that our investigations have been featured in.
The New Learning Times vlog series "Seen In NY":
Metro Newspaper (NYC):
DNAinfo.com's "This Is New York" podcast:
Weather Channel’s United States of Awesome: