You might not know it from first glance, but the quaint and lovely little town of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky is home to one of the most haunted buildings in the entire state. The Anderson Hotel, which has been abandoned for over thirty years, is the unlikely site of some of the most violent and visually stunning paranormal activity documented in the last several decades, manifesting on camera in the form of aggressive bite marks from invisible jaws and producing a mysterious haunted artifact that continues to stump researchers.
After being sealed up for a year, Weird Weekends has negotiated a special event providing access to the hotel for two nights only. On November 3rd and 4th, you can investigate the extremely haunted Anderson Hotel, and we’ll be there with the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult in tow. It will be the first time that the mysterious Anderson Tablet has been reunited with the building. Ghost Hunters‘ Dustin Pari will also be a hand during the event, so even if things get scary, you’ll be in good hands.
This may be your only chance to investigate the Anderson Hotel, so if you’re looking to brave the phantom bites and step foot inside one of Kentucky’s most haunted locations, snag your tickets soon, because they’re definitely going to sell out. For tickets, directions, and more information, check out the Weird Weekends website.