The Only Decommissioned & Certifiably Haunted Jail In Florida Is For Sale
If you’re the type of person who enjoys all things haunted in Florida, then we have the ultimate adventure that might just last an entire lifetime. The only decommissioned and certifiably haunted jail in the state of Florida is for sale, and if you want this slice of haunted history to be yours forever, then this is your chance! Take a look at the Old Gilchrist County Jail in Florida and see why it’s worth this one-of-a-kind investment.
If ever you’ve wanted to own a slice of haunted history in Florida this is your opportunity! The Old Gilchrist Jail in Florida is for sale for $139,990 and only the brave need to apply. This eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom piece of history in Trenton, Florida is not going to last very long, so you might want to submit an offer today. But what makes this jail so special and why would anyone want to drop some serious cash owning a haunted, defunct property? First, we’ll start with the haunted factor…
Thrill-seekers have visited this jail over the years due to the reports of heavy paranormal activity throughout the inside and outside of the property. Many visitors have reported seeing apparitions walking around – some in broad daylight! Other reports include hearing voices echoing off the walls of the jail, as well as orbs of light seen floating in mid-air.
The history of the jail dates back to 1928 all the way through 1968 when it was an active county jail. Over the years, this jail was home to two harrowing standoffs, plus mysterious deaths, and much more grizzly happenings. Reports even emerged that they would lock prisoners inside the cells without anyone there to watch over them.
Today, the Old Gilchrist Jail is still operating tours for $50 and a minimum of 5 people. But for anyone who really wants to own a piece of history, the jail is also for sale, as the only decommissioned, certifiably haunted jail in the state. Who’s ready to host some paranormal ghost tours in their own private jail?
Thanks to Youtuber Ruptly, you’re able to see inside the actual jail, as well as learn more about the surrounding area:
So, what do you think? Would you buy the Old Gilchrist County Jail in Florida if you could? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section! Or if you’re looking for more information about this buyable certified haunted jail, then check out the Realtor listing.