Overnight Ghost Hunt & Campout @ Victoria’s Black Swan Inn, San Antonio TX
We’re thrilled to be returning to the banks of Salado Creek, and to the 150-year-old Victoria’s Black Swan Inn – where guests have reported being attacked by unseen forces. As well as many people dying in the house over the years, it’s also the site of a battle between the Texan army and Mexican militia (Battle of Salado), where over 60 people lost their lives.
The house and the grounds are both extremely haunted, with countless reports over the years of mischievous child ghosts, a lady in white, an angry man spirit, and even Native American spirits, who are believed to reside due to the site once being a Native American burial ground!
YOUR EVENT AT VICTORIA’S BLACK SWAN INN
This event is a little different from what we normally do (in a good way!), as it’s a campout event!!
To kick things off there will be a socially distanced Ghost / History Tour of the property by Black Swan Inn’s own professional tour guides, then you will be able to order some delicious food from one of the best food trucks in San Antonio!
After your bellies are full, you’ll be enjoying a full night of ghost hunting with the team inside this impressive mansion, as well as the grounds. You’ll then be sleeping under the stars on the grounds outside the house, surrounded by extremely creepy woods! Snacks and refreshments will be provided throughout the night as well, and a light breakfast on offer in the morning!
Are you brave enough to investigate and stay over at this unique and very active haunted location?
Ghost Tour / History Tour of the property by professional tour guides
Paranormal investigation 101 (small workshop on how to use the equipment and the techniques you’ll be using throughout the night)
Food served from the excellent, Flat Rock food truck, (offering a wide selection of meal deals) Paid for by Haunted Rooms up to the value of $10
Full night of ghost hunting with the team
Use of our equipment which includes but isn’t limited to; trigger objects, EMF Meters, dowsing rods, and EVP recorders.
Light breakfast on offer for guests from 9AM.
Campout included! You’ll be camping under the stars on the grounds of the inn next to creepy woods, reportedly haunted by the spirits of Native Americans and long-dead Mexican and Texan soldiers! – (Please bring your own tents, beds, and sleeping bags/bedding) – and dress weather appropriate.