Tracy City Dinner and Ghost Hunt With TWC

Saturday, June 20 2020 5:00 PM - Sunday, June 21 2020 10:00 AM [EST]

109 Main Street, Tracy City, TN, 37387, United States

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Saturday, June 20 2020 5:00 PM - Sunday, June 21 2020 10:00 AM [EST]

Dutch Maid Bakery and Cafe, 109 Main Street, Tracy City, TN, 37387, United States.

Join GHW as we return to Tracy City, TN as part of Ghost Hunt Weekends' Wraith Road Tour. Once again Tracy City, TN has extended their welcome for this return event where we will have exclusive access to FOUR locations not open to public investigations

.The The Dutch Main Bakery, The Tracy City Cemetery, The Abandoned Camp Mountain Lake Cabins, and a Mystery Location will be the host locations for this extraordinary return event.

Your evening will begin with event registration at the Camp Mountain Lake Campground, where those who choose to stay the night can set up. Then it's a full dinner at the Haunted Dutch Maid Bakery & Cafe where you will be welcomed by the GHW Crew along with the Tennessee Wraith Chasers Chris Smith, Mike Goncalves and Brannon Smith from Travel Channel's & Haunted Towns and "Ghost Asylum"

During your Dinner, Ghost Hunt Weekends President, Chad Morin will share experiences and  evidence from the previous Tracy City Ghost Hunts!After Dinner, we will head to all of the locations for a full night of Ghost Hunting with Chris, Brannon, Mike, Chad and the Ghost Hunt Weekends Crew!There will plenty of time to get photos, autographs and just hanging out time with the Wraith Chasers at this event.The Dutch Maid Bakery - The Oldest Continually operated Bakery in Tennessee, a suspected murder of the previous owner, a dismemberment and an accidental death could be what haunts this historic building. The Tracy City Cemetery - The oldest cemetery in the county, strange lights were seen at the last event as well as voices, whispers and a possible shadow person.The Abandoned Camp Mountain Lake Cabins - These cabins in the woods near the Camping Grounds are full of local legends and stories of ghostly apparitions and spiritual encounters.

There are 16 Camp sites available if you wish to camp near the Abandoned Cabins. This is where the Ghost Hunt Weekends Crew and Celebrity Guests will be staying. The $99 Ticket does not include the lodging, so after purchasing your ticket add on a campsite area for $45. Each Campsite can hold 4 people. There are clean, brand new showers and bathrooms on site as well as electricity.

SCHEDULE:3:00pm - Registration and Camp Set Up if camping at Camp Mountain Lake Retreat [ 587 Lakes Road,Tracy City, Tennessee 37387 ]5:00pm - Registration/Doors Open for Event at Dutch Maid Bakery6:00pm - Dinner, Presentations, Celebrity Meet & Greet, Photo and Autograph Session9:30pm - Ghost Hunt of Tracy City

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Campsite Registration and Set Up

03:00 PM - 05:00 PM587 Lakes Road,Tracy City, Tennessee 37387
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Registration/Doors Open for Event

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM109 Main StreetTracy City, TN 37387
03:00 PM

Campsite Registration and Set Up

03:00 PM - 05:00 PM587 Lakes Road,Tracy City, Tennessee 37387
05:00 PM

Registration/Doors Open for Event

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM109 Main StreetTracy City, TN 37387
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