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What’s up this week?
We are back talking about more spooky places to visit in Florida. This week, we’ll talk about Central Florida and all its haunts and ghostly residents.
Product and Locations Mentions
- I4 Dead Zone – One of the countries most haunted highways.
- Church Street Bumby Building – A family-run hardware store until the 1960s, it’s now home to several businesses, including Hamburger Mary’s Restaurant – and a variety of haunts.
- Angelbilt Hotel – Once an old hotel, the now modern offices tout their own spooky happenings.
- Orange Hill Cemetery – A vacant field now but 1907 to 1961, was used as a potter’s field – a pauper’s cemetery – for about 500 families who could not afford burial for their relatives. Of those 500 graves, only five plots had markers; those have been dated to the early 1940s.
- Ybor City Cuban Club – It was built in 1917 with a ballroom, cantina, library, bowling lanes, pool and two-story theater. There were two deaths dating back to the 1920s. You are not left without a chill in this place.
- The History of the Florida Brewery Company Building – Meet the Drunken Cuban Ghost at the Florida Brewery Company.
- Historic Tampa Theater – One famous story is Robert Lanier who was a ticket collector who was found tragically right outside the ticket booth with his skull bashed in.
- Don Cesar – The documented ghostly occurrences have been numerous throughout the years, reported by guests and staff alike.
Florida Product of the Week
- Ghost Kitchen Meals – Everything is fresh and prepared at their private facility. They butcher, roast, and grill all their meats, while all sauces, doughs, marinades, dressings, and spice blends are all scratch crafted in-house at their licensed and professional state-of-the-art commercial kitchen. They have a full menu to order from as well.
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