Harpers Ferry, West Virginia: Museum of the Supernatural (Closed)A long-time haunted house is now the home of a ghost hunter who has turned it into a museum of the supernatural.
Harpers Ferry Haunted Cottage and Museum of the Supernatural
- Haunted Cottage. From the river bridge on the southeast side of Harpers Ferry, drive west 1 mile on US 340. Turn left (south) onto Washington/Shenandoah St., then quickly turn right onto Campground Rd. Just before the KOA campground, turn right onto Old Taylor Lane. Booth House is on the left.
- July 2014: Reported closed by owner.
National Paranormal History Museum and Research Center: Professional ghost hunter Vince Wilson has moved into the haunted "Booth House" and opened it as an attraction. [02/22/2010] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About Museum of the Supernatural (Closed)
A fun stop, whether you're a believer or skeptic. We couldn't get there during regular hours, but the owner was happy to provide a private after-hours tour and it was pretty fun -- especially the room of curiosities. They have a vampire, a Fiji mermaid, and a Jersey Devil! I even got a chance to "ghost hunt!"[Lauren Adasiak Cocilova, 01/26/2014]
Curator Vince was very nice. He was preparing for an overnight ghost hunt, but allowed me a solo tour nonetheless. Pretty neat little set-up. Funky oddities and definitely a weird/creepy feel while you're here! Appalachian Trail and KOA campground adjacent.[Frankspats.com, 02/13/2012]
I am the curator for the Paranormal History Museum and Haunted Cottage of Harpers Ferry. We are adding a new attraction soon: An Exhibition of the Supernatural. It will have a vampire mummy, a fiji mermaid, Roswell Alien and more.[Vincent Wilson, 08/13/2011]