SYLACAUGA, Ala. – On Saturday, August 13, the Southern Ghost Girls Tours (SGGT) will come to Sylacauga and see what spooky happenings are going on at the Isabel Anderson Comer Museum and Arts Center.
Accompanied by owner and founder of SGGT, psychic medium Lesley Ann Hyde, the ghostbusting group will investigate the paranormal activity of the museum from 7:00 p.m. until 10:30 p.m.
The Southern Ghost Girls are excited to explore the museum for a number of reasons.
SGGT says that the Isabel Anderson Comer Museum holds a vast amount of historical exhibits that are rumored to have experienced strange, unexplainable phenomenon including a haunted doll, military artifacts, school archives, 1800s era clothing, and even Jim Nabors’s personal effects.
Additionally, according to the SGGT, marble is a strong conduit of paranormal activity. With Sylacauga being the Marble City and the museum’s facade showcasing plenty of white marble, the Ghost Girls are confident they will find some paranormal presence either formerly or currently residing within the museum’s walls.
Tickets to witness the seance with the possibility of meeting special guest Gomer Pyle are available for $49.99 a person, and the proceeds will go towards future improvements for the museum.
For more information on the event, you can contact museum director Judy Green by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.