Ocala Ghost Walks
& Historical Tours

Til Death Do Us Part, Or Do We?

 Friday and Saturday at 8 PM outside walking ghost tour.
We also will get inside a Victorian house.  Tour lasts 75-90 minutes and cost is $10 per person cash.  Credit card is $1 extra. Children 12 and under are free.  Must call to reserve.  Tour starts at 725 East Silver Springs Boulevard.  Parking behind house.

(Anyone interested in investigating the Victorian on the Boulevard contact Catherine Wendell 352-207-0281 to set up a date)

725 East Silver Springs Blvd Ocala look for the sign

at the Green Dragon New Age Gift Shop Of Ocala
Suite 1

 "Victorian on the Boulevard"

Reserve by calling 352-207-0281 


For all tours bring camera's if you like or any EMF equipment!

Tickets paid with credit credit card $1 extra with Paypal

 downtown ocala ghost tour
Available 7 Days a week by reservation
Call 3-4 days ahead to to reserve for a tour that is not scheduled

Ocala Ghost Walks introduces the realm of possibility to both the greatest enthusiast  the most daring skeptics of the paranormal.

Catherine Wendell; Ocala Ghost Walks & Historical Tours owner has seen and sensed spirits her whole life.  She has lived and worked in the Ocala Historic area for many years.

For years Catherine has been saying how much paranormal exists in the Fort King Street area and Ocala itself.  This has allowed many people to truly experience and learn about the supernatural history of Ocala.

Eleven of those years were at the Seven Sisters Inn which has been

famously acclaimed haunted by several television shows. One of which was Sci-Fi channel "TAPS Ghost Hunters" show.  Several others have come including Angela Alderman from "GHI", Robb Demarest from "GHI", Patrick Burns, from "Haunting Evidence", Kristyn Gartland from "GH", Chip Coffey from "Psychic Kids" and "Paranormal State" and Darkness Dave from "Darkness Radio".

Interested at staying at the Famously Haunted Seven Sisters Inn?
Check out their website below: 


Articles and news stories

Ocala Magazine October 2011 page 14 click link below:


A Tour of Ocala's Most Haunted Places on WCJB News

 Ocala Styles October 2010 Issue, check out page 30:


100 Things to do in Downtown Ocala: