2nd Annual Paranormal Event

The Museum is hosting our Second Annual Paranormal Day and with the help of our friends at Arizona Paranormal Investigation and Research Society (AZPIRS) we will again offer after hours Ghost Tours and a 3-hour paranormal investigation.

Free Daytime Lectures
(Lectures are about 45 minutes with a 30 minute break in between)
10:30 AM  Ghost Hunting Equipment Review by Vin from Ghost Hunters Outlet
12:15 PM  Methodology to Paranormal Investigating by Damian from COPS Crew
1:30 PM  Visit The Most Haunted Locations in AZ by Rodger from The Paranormal Group
12:15 PM  Sounds of the Dead: EVPs by Tony & Cherie from Entity Voices Paranormal Investigation

Ghost Walk
5:00 pm–6:00 pm
6:00 pm–7:00 pm
$10 per ticket, limited to 20 each walk (kids under 10 are free)

Ghost Hunt (this activity is SOLD OUT)
7:00 pm–10:00 pm
$40 per person, limited to 16 (Children under 14 are not admitted)

There will be many free activities as well throughout the day. Tarot readings, fortune telling, psychics, crystal healing, vendors, food and more are in store for our visitors.

We are taking applications from people with the talents listed above to engage with our visitors.

This year we are expanding our event to include those with special talents, such as Tarot reading, fortune telling, mediums and spiritual New Age practices. If you  would like to engage with our visitors, we invite you to fill out and return the application in the link.

"Elvis" Chapel

Originally an important feature of the Apacheland Movie Ranch, the “Elvis” Chapel is an amazing location to hold your special event. Whether a wedding, elopement, renewal of vows, memorial service, or celebration of life, it is available for events every day from 8am to 8pm. The air-conditioned chapel seats 75 guests comfortably. A bridal room with bath is located in the rear of the chapel.

The Elvis Memorial Chapel is a movie prop that was used in the 1969 Elvis Presley western “Charro!” — the only movie Elvis made in which he did not sing, but played a strictly dramatic role. During the movie shoot, a specially-made steeple was constructed and put on the chapel so that it could be blown off during an explosion central to the movie’s plot.

It’s a survivor of two fires: one in 1969 and one in 2004, which decimated Apacheland Movie Ranch. The Elvis Memorial Chapel was donated to the Superstition Mountain Museum by Sue and Ed Birmingham.

The Elvis chapel is one of three venues on the grounds used for weddings and other private events.

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