Weems Plantation Locust Grove, GA

PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION TOURS


Spend the night at the infamous Weems Plantation house in Locust Grove, GA.  Built in 1848, this home has professionally documented paranormal activity and is included in a new television series appearing on Travel Channel this fall.   There have been many births and deaths inside the home and it has been said to have been used as a hospital during the Civil War.  From footsteps and knocking to full bodied apparitions, come experience Ga's most haunted location with a professional paranormal team.



TOURS

10/26/2019

PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION TOUR

7pm - 2AM

Weems Plantation

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10/26/2019

PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION TOUR

Join Effigy Paranormal at a documented haunted location for a night of investigation.  Investigate like the professionals...with professionals!  The founder of Effigy Paranormal has been investigating the supernatural for over 35 years worldwide.  

7pm - 2AM

Weems Plantation

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Survive a night at the Weems Plantation

$99.00
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A unique experience and includes full investigation report including any EVP, photographic and video evidence collected during your tour.  Investigation tours start at 7pm and end at 2am or until activity seises.  


A portion of all proceeds go to the fund to clean up and restore the Weems Family slave cemetery.   Remembering the forgotten


WE ALSO ACCEPT VISA AND MASTERCARD

Blood Stains

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Blood stains on the floor in this room have been confirmed by an historian to be the exact pattern as in surgical procedures having been performed, most likely on a door, during the Civil War era.

Slave’s Boots?

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These boots were found inside the wall during renovations.  Thought to be boots belonging to a slave that was either working on the plantation or involved in building the house, they have been the center of  documented activity.

In the Closet

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The closet in the Birth and Death room has been the center of any negative energy on site.  Hand written and still visible are records from the 1800’s

Upstairs Bathroom

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Although not original to the home, this claw foot tub was owned by a woman collector.  It has been reported that she has been seen standing nude next to the tub!

Main living area

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This room is adjacent to the Birth and Death room and is Effigy Paranormal‘s favorite area!  Rife with activity and documented evidence, it is also the room we captured the ”wailing woman” EVP.

Slave Cabin

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Aside From Sally Mae’s main cabin, there are 2 structures still standing that were said to housing for slaves and their family.

Entryway

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Looking up at the ceiling in the entryway, you will see a hole surrounded by smaller holes.  Historic documentation confirms General Sherman stood in this entryway and fired a shot into the ceiling.

Slave cabin lock?

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This item was found in the field behind the homestead where it is said many slave cabins were situated.  It appears to be a lock possibly from one of the cabins or Blacksmith shop located on the property.

Front Porch

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Footsteps have been heard and documented on several occasions as well as figures pacing back and forth dressed in Civil War era uniforms.

Weems Family Cemetery

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Several generations of Weems have been born, died, and now haunt this beautiful home.  Family plots are still located on what was the original 4,000 acre property.

Sallie Mae House

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Original quarters for Sallie Mae, now buried with the only headstone in the slave cemetery located on the original property.

Weems Slave Cemetery

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The largest slave cemetery in the US.  Over 100 souls buried in unmarked graves.  

*A portion of the proceeds from every tour go toward the fund to restore this cemetery and give respect to those buried there