Join us one next week at the Crosley Estate in Sarasota, FL. We will be taking groups throughout the night to investigate the haunted areas of the home.
Explore the scary legend of the Crosley ghosts; and discover what really happened to Gwendolyn, who died upstairs. Discover your fate with the spiritual guides and wander the graveyard with our spirit stalkers; just don’t go alone. Dinner service starts at 6:30 p.m. Entertainment, paranormal experiences, freaky Halloween bites and heart stopping music throughout the evening. After party starts at 9:00 p.m. Cash Bar 21+. Costumes welcome.
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Crosley Estate Information:
Powel Crosley built the Florida winter home for his wife, Gwendolyn, in 1929. The two-and-a-half-story Mediterranean mansion was built in the southwest corner of Bradenton on a 60-acre parcel of land on Sarasota Bay adjacent to the John Ringling Estate. The 11,000-square-foot home has 21 rooms and 10 baths, and an adjacent carriage house has room for three cars and servants’ quarters on the second floor. Originally the mansion had a swimming pool, a seaplane dock and yacht basin. The home featured many innovations for its time, including a steel frame encased in cast stone, embedded pipes and wiring, and a 135-day construction schedule.
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, Seagate was saved from commercial development and purchased for renovation by Manatee County, which operates it as a meeting, conference and event venue.