The Old Gila County Jail and Sheriff’s Office in Globe
Ghost Tour & Paranormal Investigation
Come for a ghost tour and paranormal investigation at the Old Gila County Jail & Sheriff’s Office at 149- 177 East Oak Street, in Globe, Arizona. The jail was featured on an episode of Ghost Adventures.
First you’ll take a quick tour and learn about the jail history and review evidence of the paranormal activity. Then go on an actual investigation with experienced paranormal investigators utilizing the latest equipment. Tours approximately 90 minutes
Upcoming date Dec 13. Tickets go on sale 30 days prior
The Old Gila County Jail and Sheriff’s Office in Globe is allegedly haunted by the spirits of former inmates, one of which was murdered in the building while awaiting trial. Many people that have visited the jail have witnessed strange things that can’t be explained. Loud bangs and eerie footsteps are often heard when only one person is alone in the building. Eerie shadowy figures have also been witnessed throughout the building.
The Gila County Jail was open from 1910 until 1981. An inmate that was awaiting trial was assassinated in the jail. He supposedly haunts his old cell. Shadow figures are commonly seen throughout the building. Many EVPs have been recorded at the location. Most recently, a spirit of a little girl has been spotted in the alley way.
The tour guides will have camera system set up to view various locations in the jail. If needed tour guests will be provided EM detectors and other equipment for free to utilize to try and catch evidence of the jail’s spirits. A valid driver’s license and credit card is required to be provided equipment. You can bring your own equipment if available
The Old Gila County Jail and Sheriff’s Office is located at 149 – 177 East Oak Street, in Globe, Arizona.
US60 West to Globe
US60 West turns to West Ash Street
Turn left on West Oak Street
Jail is on left side across the street from Bank of the West
Walking tour of the museum providing historical information and alleged paranormal claims. Then we break into teams and investigate the location.
Bottom floor is wheelchair and handicap accessible.
PLEASE NOTE: This tour and investigation is for entertainment purposes only. The information provided is accurate as provided by local historians. There is no guarantee there will be paranormal activity