Want to know where to go and what to do if you're a ghost aficionado? Well, how about a great event with a great cause in nice and cool Prescott, AZ (we pronounce it "press-cut")
Prescott’s Historical Palace Saloon
This October the storied and haunted past of the historical Palace Saloon comes to life with “After Hours at the Palace Saloon: History and Hauntings”
Prescott, AZ, October 29, 2017 – The Palace Saloon is proud to announce a unique and ghostly opportunity to explore and investigate the Saloon, including the ‘scary’ basement.
Most importantly, this Event is a
Fundraiser for U. S. Vets - Prescott
On this special night you will hear documented ghost stories that have occurred in this very location, as well as many tales of Prescott’s history from a local haunted and historical tour specialist. You will have the rare opportunity to explore the Palace Saloon from top to bottom with an experienced paranormal investigator.
Many spirits linger in this area, so it is not uncommon to experience the sensation of the unseen or feel the chill of “something” passing by. If you are open to the possibilities, you will be amazed at what you will learn, see and experience. Be sure to bring your camera and investigative equipment, as some have captured ghostly phenomena.
Time: 8:00 pm
Meet: Check-in at the Palace Saloon
Price: $100 per person
Reservations Required (928-541-1996)
Space is limited so make your reservations now.
About The Palace Saloon
The Palace Saloon is the oldest frontier saloon in Arizona with the likes of Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday as patrons in the late 1870s. The Palace Saloon was destroyed by the Whiskey Row fire of 1900. The ornately carved 1880s bar, which is still in use, was carried to safety across the street to the plaza by patrons. The Saloon was rebuilt by 1901, complete with Chinese restaurant and barber shop, and back in business. The current owners have restored the Palace to its grandeur of 1901.