After stopped at several locations to hear the tales and explore a bit, you head towards the very impressive Castillo de San Marcos (which is featured in Jamie Roush Pearce’s first book, Historic Haunts Florida) and see the beautiful view of the bay and make a lap around the fort in hopes of experiencing something paranormal. When you leave the fort grounds you head to the most intriguing part of the tour, Wolf’s Museum of Mystery.
Inside this haunted building you see a collection of Ouija Boards from the last century, a Bible allegedly owned by John Wayne Gacey, and so many other intriguing artifacts. Spirits often attach themselves to objects so there is no telling what may be attached to what.
If you want even more paranormal experiences, you can upgrade to the Total Paranormal Tour which includes a haunted hearse ride to see even more of St. Augustine’s Historic Haunts.