Pioneer Farms Ghost Tour
Time & Location
About the Event
the night owl podcast presents
P I O N E E R F A R M S G H O S T T O U R
*Only 20 Tickets Will Be Sold!
Advance Tickets Go on Sale Friday Nov 15 at Midnight to Patreon Supporters!
Then if any tickets are left, they will open up to all on Nov 16 at midnight.
Are you ready for a Ghost Tour unlike any other? One that allows you to step back in time and walk amongst spirits on the grounds of a historic 90 acre farm. The Night Owl Podcast is excited to offer this one-of-a-kind experience, The Pioneer Farms Ghost Tour. This tour is for anyone interested in hauntings and history and loves experiencing both in a beautiful outdoor setting that depicts life in the late 1800’s.
Workers at the farm have recounted numerous experiences with spirits during their time spent at the farm. You might encounter the children who hang out at the Texian Farm, Native American spirits who have been seen at the Tonkawa camp down by Walnut Creek., or the mysterious Man in Black seen by many visitors. Maybe you just want to say hi to the friendly Cowboy Spirit who frequents the Big Red Barn, herding imaginary cattle. During our investigations here, Sara made contact with several of these spirits who inhabit the farm and remain attached to the original homesteads on the site.
Are you a history buff? Then you certainly won’t be disappointed either. This site has been home to early Texian homesteaders like James O. Rice, a member of the original survey party for the town of Austin in 1838 and a Texas Ranger. The property is home to buildings such as the Jourdan cabin, built around 1858 and original to this location. In addition, numerous other historical buildings have been relocated to Pioneer Farms and restored. A Tonkawa encampment was located down on the banks