Mickey Of Miami Oriental Dance Artist
International Instructor/Performer and Psychic Medium

Mickey of Miami is a Psychic, Medium and paranormal columnist, who resides in Miami, Florida. Mickey has been a professional psychic for many years and has investigated Haunted Houses, Haunted Cemeteries and Haunted items. Mickey wrote an astrology column for Middle Easter Dancer Magazine called Star Dancer for many years. And was well received where ever she went and hailed as a leading Psychic and Astrologer for over the past 30 years.

She used the Belly Dance stage name of Maharani. Appeared 6 nights a week at The Meridien-Heliopolis Hotel, Cairo, Egypt in the early 1980's. She has appeared in several "Belly Dance" video and DVD's. And is also hailed as the Queen of the Psychics.

As a Belly Dancer in the 21st century, Mickey has danced and shared the stage with such Belly Dancing greats as Morocco, Helen Noreen, Amaya, Delilah, Bert Baladine, Aziza, Shalimar Serene, Aliza and countless others. The ever fantastic Bert Baladine commented once about Mickey in an interview. "To Belly Dance on the same stage with Mickey Of Miami is to dance with a goddess unleashed."

Mickey has always been called the most popular Middle Eastern Dancer of the 20th Century and now the 21st. Her expressive and explosive moves have made her Style and beauty known to generations of dancers from around the world. Each year Mickey still takes on aspiring students and still turns out the best dancers in the world. Recently her star pupil Sanzibabah has gone on to dance in egypt, Turkey and is now on a world tour along side Mickey and also has become an internatiaonal Star on her own.

Mickey collects vintage Tarot Decks, fine art and has been the subject of many fantastic paintings by several well known artist from around the world. A large Mural adorns a local Miami building of the fabulous star.

She also is involved in Paranormal Investigating of Haunted Houses, Cemeteries and buildings and has worked as a sensitive along side many of the great names in Ghost Hunting Today. Mickey has a second sight where as she can see and hear ghosts as if they were still alive.

Now a days she can be seen attending several Santeria and Haitian voodoo rites in the Southern Florida area, and investigating real spirit possession. She also read Tarot cards for the public and was the star featured reader at the well known Athene Bookstore.

Mickey is constantly helping people with her ability to communicate with those who have passed over to the Other Side! She is also known to many as a great survivor and as one who has faced incomputable odds and still keeps smiling.

As a member of the world community Mickey loves helping those that she says are guided to her by the supreme powers to overcome their personal obstacles to attain the rewards that they so richly deserve. That's is why she makes herself accessible to the public to contact her directly to her from this site.

Also See: Mickey Of Miami's "Top Ten Most Haunted Places Florida" AT: HAUNTEDAMERICATOURS.COM



VIOLETTE WITH EYES TO DIE FOR! -- Psychic Mickey of Miami Tells the Frightening Tale of the Living Dead from Post-Katrina New Orleans!

As an American Belly Dancer Mickey Of Miami was Once Known as The Great Maharani During her long career as an international globe trotting queen of the Baladi. Egyptian-style raqs sharqi is based on Baladi an later the work of belly dance legends Samia Gamal, Tahiya Karioka, Naima Akef, and other dancers who rose to fame during the golden years of the Egyptian film industry. Later dancers who based their styles partially on the dances of these artists are The Great Mahrani "Mickey Of Miami", Sohair Zaki, Fifi Abdou, and Nagwa Fouad. All rose to fame between 1960 and 1980, are still popular today, and have nearly risen to the same level of stardom and influence on the style. The most important non-Egyptian forms of belly dance are the Syrian/Lebanese and the Turkish. Both of which Mickey Of Miami is the Master of and practices and teaches to tis day.


Mickey Of Miami has been in contact with the spirits of the dead through out her life time. She has investigated many haunted locations world wide from real haunted buildings and international sailing ships. She also has explored the Paranormal Zone like others read a book. " I absorb the subject and can't wait to experience more!" She states. " I've stayed at and investigated Haunted Houses, Slept in cemeteries and lived in a Funeral Home for 6 years."

Mickey has been part of many intense Paranormal Investigations, From Haunted Mardi Gras Parades in New Orleans, to the search for Real Ghost, spirits, Zombies and Voodoo Hoodoo Secrets in Miami also. Mickey of Miami has traveled where few dare to go. "Ghosts just talk to me." she states." And often sometimes I think it's a person in the room and others around always use to just look at me real strange, she tells." I do see ghosts also very clearly and often have mistaken them for live human beings." "I think God gave me this very special gift to help those that need insight to understanding their is life after death and sometimes many messages need to be given."

As a Paranormal investigative Sensitive and Psychic Medium she is always aware of the dead that follow us around. "Many things have come to me from the spirit world and my encounters have never been just the placid kind. "I have been at a Seancé where full body apparitions and strange voices from the other side have given me directions ." " I tell everyone the spirit world is all around us just listen."

Mickey once lived in the 1970's in two different actual working Haunted Funeral Home's. " The many spirits and Lost Souls of the Dead often openly spoke to her and gave her insight to upcoming events or special messages to their family for her to deliver."

And in her life she had come to know people in the Paranormal Field like Hans Holzer, Sybil Leek, Onieda Toups The witch of New Orleans, And Bianca The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans personally. All of which she says left a deep mark on her life and psyche that carries her to this day in a search to help those that really need it. She had also met and read for in her travels around the paranormal world Many leading Political figures and those in the entertainment field that are still her clients to this day.

Mickey has read The Tarot cards and has had spirit contact since her early childhood years. And one of her direct ancestors is said to be none other the Marie Laveau the voodoo Queen of New Orleans. When she lived in New Orleans in the early 60's Mickey was fortunate enough to belong to several secret Voodoo Societies and was one of the founding members of Onieda Toups private inner circle coven. She also was privy at the time to help Onieda Toups in setting up the religious order of Witchcraft which Oneida Toups Chartered. Her skills in Organization were used by Onieda extensively in helping write her book which Mickey also edited with the help of Onieda's husband Boots Toups. She was also associated with several Tea reading establishments from the Crystal Tea Room to The famousTommy Sr. and Adelle Mullins of the Bottom of the Cup Tea Room, on Royal Street. Their star reader at the time was Simon Louis Jennings a fledgling Tarot student of Mickey's. Mickey also was closely associated with Donna Franz and psychicTilly Gandy and The Golden Leaves Tea Room and Psychic Book Store.

Mickey of Miami has worked along side investigating spirits and ghosts with such Paranormal Investigator greats as Gina Lainer, (www.ginalanier.com) and the well respected Texan American Necromancer, Lisa Lee Harp Waugh the founder of The American Ghost Hunters Society, (www.ghosthuntersofamerica.com) and many, many others.


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Mickey Of Miami's Top Ten Best and Most Haunted Places in Florida where you can spot a real ghost.

1. Haunted St. Augustine Florida Ghosts

St. Augustine is a city in St. Johns County, Florida, in the United States. It is the oldest continuously occupied European-established city in the continental United States. St. Augustine lies in a region of Florida known as The First Coast, which extends from Amelia Island in the north, south to Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Palm Coast. Also known as the Ancient City, Nation's Oldest City.

St. Augustine was founded by the Spanish in 1565, and is the oldest city in the present-day United States of America. The first Christian worship service held in a permanent settlement in the current United States was a Catholic Mass celebrated in St. Augustine. A few settlements were founded prior to St. Augustine but all failed, including the original Pensacola colony in West Florida, founded by Tristán de Luna y Arellano in 1559, with the area abandoned in 1561 due to hurricanes, famine and warring tribes, and Fort Caroline in what is today Jacksonville, Florida in 1564. The city was founded by the Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés on September 8, 1565. Menéndez first sighted land on August 28, the feast day of Augustine of Hippo, and consequently named the settlement San Agustín. Martin de Arguelles was born here one year later in 1566, the first child of European ancestry to be born in what is now the United States. This came 21 years before the English settlement at Roanoke Island in Virginia Colony, and 42 years before the successful settlements of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Jamestown, Virginia. In all the territory under the jurisdiction of the United States, only settlements in Puerto Rico are older than St. Augustine, with the oldest being San Juan, founded in 1512.

In 1586 St. Augustine was attacked and burned by Sir Francis Drake. In 1668 it was plundered by pirates and most of the inhabitants were killed. In 1702 and 1740 it was unsuccessfully attacked by British forces from their new colonies in the Carolinas and Georgia. The most serious of these came in the latter year, when James Oglethorpe of Georgia allied himself with Ahaya the Cowkeeper, chief of the Alachua band of the Seminole tribe to lay siege to the city.

Home to Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museum, Ripley's oldest Odditorium, located in the Castle Warden, was purchased shortly after his death in 1949 and opened in 1950. Prior to becoming home to Ripley's vast collections from his many travels, "The Castle" as it is known, was once a hotel which played host to many famous guests, including Ripley himself and author/owner Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. "The Castle" was originally a Moorish Revival style mansion, built in 1887 by millionaire William Warden as a winter home. The popularity and success of this museum led Ripley's associates to open new establishments throughout the United States and the world. But "The Castle" remains the permanent home of Ripley's personal collections and is the flagship of the Odditoriums. Perhaps not surprisingly, it is also rumored to be haunted. Segments of the most recent Ripley's TV series were filmed here, including the opening credits. Among the attractions here are a mummified cat, a 1/12 scale model of the original Ferris wheel made out of Erector sets, life and death masks of famous celebrities (including Abe Lincoln), and shamanistic apparatus from cultures around the world. It is at this museum where the ghost of Sanz McGillinz can be found drinking powerade.

St Augustine Ghost sightings are more then plentifull and most residence have more then one paranormal expeirence or ghost story to tell.

Some of the best haunted hot spots to visit In St Agustine, Florida:

Bridge of Lions
Casa Monica Hotel
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument Huguenat Cemetery
Spanish Military Hospital
Old City Gates
Flagler College, part of which is the former Ponce de Leon Hotel
Fort Matanzas National Monument
Fort Mose Historic State Park
Fountain of Youth
Gonzalez-Alvarez House (Oldest House)
Lightner Museum, in the former Hotel Alcazar
Colonial Spanish Quarter Living History Museum
Old St. Johns County Jail
Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse
St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum
Zorayda Castle

2. Haunted Miami, Florida Ghosts

Miami was officially incorporated as a city on July 28, 1896, though the area was first inhabited for more than a thousand years by the Tequesta Indians and was claimed for Spain in 1566 by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. A Spanish mission was established a year later in 1567. In the mid-1800s Fort Dallas was built and subsequently, was a site of fighting during the Second Seminole War. In the 1920s, Miami prospered through the Florida Land Boom of the 1920's with an increase in population and infrastructure. By 1940, 172,172 people lived in the city and Miami had grown to become a large, growing city.

The Miami area was better known as “Biscayne Bay Country” in the early years of its growth. The few published accounts from that period describe the area as a wilderness that held much promise. A once haunted hot spot was "The Villa Paula". The actual hauntings have made the newspapers more then once over the years.

With Miami's diversified culture several forms of Voodoo, Santeria and many other Yourba bassed religions thrive here in the sunny climate. The paranormal expierences associated with this seems to rule over the entire city.

Miami's Top Haunted Hot spots

Ramada Inn
101 N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, FL
Al Capone's former beachfront hideout has reported and investigated several times over the years for unusual paranormal activity.

The City of Miami Cemetery, is a historic cemetery in Miami, Florida, United States. It is located at 1800 Northeast 2nd Avenue. On January 4, 1989, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Casa Casuarina
1116 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL
Gianni Versace's murder attracts more than just tourists at this creepy mansion.

The Jockey Club 11111 Biscayne Blvd. People who work and live there complain about lights turning on and off, hearing footsteps when they know they are alone, hearing voices, doors locking by themselves. On one occasion security was called when people heard a fight going on in the garage. When security got there they could hear the yelling but could not find anyone there and then suddenly the voices stopped.

Miami River Inn
118 SW South River Dr, Miami, FL
Tourists say they've heard mysterious creaks and footsteps from guests who never checked out of the city's oldest bed-and-breakfast.

Colony Theater
1040 Lincoln Rd, South Miami Beach, FL
Strange ghostly footsteps and noises are still heard backstage at this long-standing venue of the arts.

Coral Castle
28655 S Dixie Hwy, Homestead, FL
Many visitors say they can feel the aura of energy that Ed Leedskalnin supposedly used to build his palace.

Athene Book Store is gone. It is now a Insurance company but the ghost story lives on..... Those Who work there now say the place is very haunted! The haunted Occult Book Store shop was located at, 6645 South Dixie Hwy, US Hwy 1, Dadeland North Shopping Center, Miami, Florida 33143. Read More Here!

The Biltmore Hotel
1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL
This landmark hotel offers ghost stories every Thursday night to chronicle its tenure as a veteran's hospital during World War II.

Fontainebleau Resort Miami Beach
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, Said to be haunted by a few famouse Ratpackers.

3. Cassadaga, Florida Ghosts

The town of Cassadaga started from the founding of the Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Meeting Association. The Camp was founded by a very talented trance medium George P. Colby from Pike, New York. His spirit guide, Seneca, instructed him to establish a Spiritualist community in the south. This unincorporated community located in Volusia County, Florida, just north of Deltona. It is well known for having a large number of psychics, also known as "Mediums", and as such is sometimes referred to as being the "Psychic Center of the World".

Many flock here to visit with there departed loved ones. Some say this where more ghost come to visit with the living then anyplace else in the world.

The location was chosen for its unique energy level. The word Cassadaga is a term used by the Seneca Indians meaning, “Rocks beneath the water.”

The Spiritual Camp was chartered on December 18, 1894. Many say Ghosts seem to flock to the little titown from all over the world trying to communicate with their lovd ones. And many of the ghosts are said to have taken up permanent residence here.

4. Key West, Florida Ghosts

Key West is a city and an island of the same name near the southernmost tip of the Florida Keys in Monroe County, Florida, United States. The city encompasses the namesake island, the part of Stock Island north of US-1 (the Overseas Highway) (east), Sigsbee Park (north, originally known as Dredgers Key), Fleming Key (north), and Sunset Key (west, originally known as Tank Island). Nearby Key Haven (northeast), the part of Stock Island south of US-1 (east) and Wisteria Island, better known as Christmas Tree Island (northwest), are in unincorporated Monroe County. Both Fleming Key and Sigsbee Park are part of the NAS Key West and are inaccessible by civilians.

Key West Cemetery near Solares Hill, the highest point of land on the island. The cemetery was moved to the high spot in 1847 after an 1846 hurricane washed corpses out of the beach cemetery. Some say the lost souls comb the white sand beaches day and night.

Key West has an east-west orientation rather than north-south as many mistake when they drive down U.S. Route 1 (Overseas Highway) from Miami since the highway enters the island on the northeast corner.

The original Key West neighborhood in the west (although perceived as south) is called "Old Town." It includes the major tourist destinations of the island including Mallory Square, Duval Street, the Truman Annex and Fort Zachary Taylor. It is where you find the classic bungalows and guest mansions.

Generally, the structures date from 1886 to 1912. The basic features that distinguish the local architecture include wood frame construction of one to two-and-a-half story structures set on foundation piers about three feet above the ground. Exterior characteristics of the buildings are peaked "tin" roofs, horizontal wood siding, pastel shades of paint, side-hinged louvered shutters, covered porches (or balconies, galleries, or verandas) along the fronts of the structures, and wood lattice screens covering the area elevated by the piers.

Many visitors rent a bicycle and explore the history and architecture of Old Town Key West. Walking tours, including a tour of the unusual Key West Cemetery, are available. The Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square is a daily spectacle for visitors and residents. Boat excursions and tours provide a great way to view Key West from the water.

The Duval Street bar and restaurant district includes many different entertainment options, all within walking distance of each other.

The Tennessee Williams Theatre is a performing arts center, a civic center, and a community center.

The Key West Literary Seminar, a celebration of writers and writing held each January, attracts an international audience to hear such writers as Ian McEwan, Margaret Atwood, Billy Collins, and Joyce Carol Oates.

The Key West Botanical Forest and Garden is an excellent, frost-free arboretum and botanical garden containing a number of "champion tree" specimens.

Nancy Forrester's Secret Garden is a one acre (4,000 m²) garden resembling a lush, predominantly green, rainforest. It is an exhibit of wild nature’s artistry in a woodland garden.

The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory features a 5,000 square foot (460 m²) glass-domed tropical butterfly habitat.

A permanent AIDS Memorial is at the White Street Pier.

The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum showcases gold, silver, and treasure recovered from shipwrecks around the world.

Some tourists mingle with the locals, shop, and dine at the Key West Historic Seaport at the Key West Bight.

The Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum preserves the history of the Key West Lighthouse built in 1847.

Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway's former home is now open to the public as a museum, populated by as many as sixty descendants of his famous polydactyl cats.

PrideFest is seven days of events, presented by the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Key West the first week in June. The schedule includes the Pride Follies talent extravaganza; contests to select a Mr., Ms. and Miss PrideFest; parties, a tea dance; and the PrideFest Parade down Duval Street. Key West was the first American city to openly recruit gay tourists.

In 1979 the Key West Tourist Development Association, Inc. started Fantasy Fest to attract tourists at the traditionally slow time at Halloween, which is at the end of the hurricane season. Fantasy Fest regularly attracts approximately 80,000 people to the island, and has become a huge success.

In June 2006 the Key West Gay & Lesbian Museum & Archive opened at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center at 513 Truman St. Featured exhibits include a Tennessee Williams typewriter as well as an extensive collection of memorabilia and papers of Richard A. Heyman who was one of the first openly gay mayors before dying in 1994 of AIDS.

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Popular annual events include:

Acura International Boat Regatta – January
Key West Literary Seminar – January
Conch Republic Independence Celebration; April 23
Red Ribbon Bed Race; April
Survivors Party; May
Queen Mother Pageant; May
PrideFest June
Cuban-American Heritage Festival; June
Hemingway Days Festival; July
WomenFest; September
Fantasy Fest; October
Goombay Celebration; October
Parrot Heads in Paradise Convention (aka Meeting of the Minds); November
Boat and Holiday Parade; December
Robert the Enchanted Doll Day, October 24th

5. Orlando, Florida Ghosts

The city is best known for the many tourist attractions in the area, in particular the nearby Walt Disney World Resort, which is located in Lake Buena Vista about 20 miles south of Orlando city limits via Interstate 4. Other notable area attractions include SeaWorld and Universal Orlando Resort. The region sees an estimated 52 million tourists a year. Orlando is the second largest city in the country for number of hotel rooms and one of the busiest American cities for conferences and conventions, with the Orange County Convention Center the country's second largest in square footage. It is also known for its wide array of golf courses, with numerous courses available for any level of golfer. Despite being far from the main tourist attractions, downtown Orlando is undergoing major redevelopment with a number of residential and commercial towers. Talks are currently underway to build a new performing arts center, Orlando Arena, and a refurbishment of the Florida Citrus Bowl. Its symbol is the fountain of Lake Eola.

Almost every theme or amusement park has a few terrifying local urban legends, including a few rides and several attractions that supposedly haunted by real ghosts. Many of the hotels restaurants and buildings are said to very haunted from several decades of paranormal occurrences.

Universal Studios theme park, Orlando: Hosts it's annual haunted Halloween make over

Disney's Magic Kingdom: -Disney's Haunted Mansion.

Disney/MGM Studios: Disney's Tower of Terror.

I-4 Overpass many say is supposed to be very haunted, north of Orlando, at the St. John's River in Seminole County. According to legend, the highway was built over the graves of Yellow Fever victims, who lived (and died) at St. Joseph's Colony, established on this site in 1887.

Church Street Station area is said to be very haunted and has been the focus of many paranormal investigations.

The Orlando area is home to a wide variety of tourist attractions, including the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld Orlando. The Walt Disney World resort is the area's largest attraction with its many facets such as the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, and Downtown Disney. SeaWorld Orlando is a large adventure park that features numerous zoological displays and marine animals alongside an amusement park with roller coasters and water park. Universal Orlando, like Walt Disney World, is a multi-faceted resort comprised of Universal Studios, CityWalk, and the Islands of Adventure theme park. Orlando has also become one of the fastest growing retail markets in the USA with at least five major upscale department stores opening last year alone and more than 50 million square feet of shopping space in Central Florida.

Other attractions in the Greater Orlando area include:

Arboretum of the University of Central Florida
Blue Spring State Park, which is the winter home of large numbers of Florida manatees that come upstream from the St. Johns River to bask in the warm 72 °F (22 °C) waters of the springs. Canoeing, swimming and fishing are popular activities at Blue Springs.
Blue Man Group at the Sharp Aquos Theatre, located in Universal Citywalk, brings the music, humor, and excitement of the Blue Man Group to Orlando in this new 1,015 seat venue.
Bok Tower, located in Lake Wales, FL.
Central Florida Zoological Park, located in Sanford, FL on Lake Monroe. This 100 acre (400,000 m²) zoo is home to a butterfly garden, herpetarium, and numerous tropical animals. The zoo originally started as a collection in the Sanford Fire Department, but grew into a regional zoo in 1975. It is currently in the planning stages of expansion and renaming the facility to "Zoo Orlando at Sanford".
Church Street Station, a multi-level shopping mall and entertainment center that once featured an abundance of specialty shops, restaurants, nightclubs, and bars. Purchased in the late 1990s by TransContinental Talent owner Lou Pearlman, it is now virtually defunct, as the area suffered in post-9/11 tourist-industry slump. The area is being redeveloped with residential condominiums. Now closed due to bankruptcy and is due to be bought over.
Cirque du Soleil: La Nouba, in Downtown Disney West Side, features its renowned blend of acrobatics and special effects with more than 70 artists from around the globe performing in a custom-designed, 1,671-seat theater.
Cornell Fine Arts Museum, situated on the campus of Rollins College, features significant loans, recent acquisitions, and items from the Cornell's renowned permanent collection. Admission is free.
Cypress Gardens Adventure Park, an amusement park opened in 1936. This park features beautiful botanical gardens, 40 rides, 5 roller coasters and a water park. But it is most famous for it lovely southern belles and world-renowned Ski Shows. Located in Winter Haven, FL.
Discovery Cove, a resort that is part of the SeaWorld Adventure Park complex. Some attraction features are tropical fish in a coral reef, snorkeling with stingrays, and interacting with birds in an aviary, as well as swimming and playing with dolphins during a half-hour session.
The Florida Mall, one of the largest signle-story malls in the USA at over 1,849,000 ft² (179,778 m²) with 250 stores, six anchor stores and even the Florida Mall Hotel.
Gatorland houses thousands of alligators and crocodiles. A few of Gatorland's residents have made wrangling appearances in movies, television shows and commercial spots. The 54 year old park combines a petting zoo, bird sanctuary, mini-water park, eco-tour and outdoor entertainment, including daily alligator wrestling.
Hard Rock Café is the Orlando location of the famed restaurant chain with the typical HRC music memorabilia. There is also Hard Rock Live, a 3,000-capacity live music venue, and the Hard Rock Hotel, a resort hotel with a California-style restaurant called "The Kitchen". It is one of eight worldwide, and one of three in Florida. (Miami and Tampa are the other two.)
The Holy Land Experience is a biblical themepark and museum complex.
International Trolley and Train Museum features 14 model railroad trains with sound and lighting traveling through an indoor garden with 12 foot (4 m) high mountains, waterfalls, and more than 30 trestles and tunnels. Also on display are toy trains from the 1920s to the present. Visitors can catch a ride in a California Victorian-style half open/half closed trolley or the 5/8 replica of an 1880 locomotive (a Mason Bogey) with its passenger cars.
Kennedy Space Center is 45 minutes from Orlando and south of Daytona Beach. Visitors can tour launch areas, see giant rockets, "train" in spaceflight simulators, and much more. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is open every day except Christmas Day and certain launch days. Apart from the Astronaut Hall of Fame, Space Center bus tours run every 15 minutes with stops at an observation gantry and the Apollo / Saturn V Center. Other guided tours include NASA Up Close, Cape Canaveral: Then and Now, and Lunch With An Astronaut. Combo tickets offer maximum access admission, plus one guided tour.
The Kerouac House, in the College Park neighborhood of Orlando, is where writer Jack Kerouac lived during the time his novel On the Road was published and released, making him a national sensation and Beat Generation icon. He lived in the house with his mother Gabrielle from July 1957 to the spring of 1958, and wrote his three-act play, The Beat Generation, a 51-chorus poem called Orlanda Blues, and the novel The Dharma Bums during his time there. In 1997, the Kerouac Project of Orlando formed, and restored the Kerouac house. It is now a haven for aspiring writers who can live in the house as they create their own work.
Harry P. Leu Gardens, which is an inner city oasis covering 50 acres (20,000 m²) and features colorful annuals, palms, an orchid house, a floral clock and a butterfly garden.
The World's Largest McDonald's PlayPlace, located on the corner of Sand Lake Road and International Drive, looks like a fry box from the exterior. The interior features an arcade with 60+ games with prize redemption, a 1950s room, a waterfall and a gift shop. The Bistro Gourmet at McDonald's features chef-prepared food, such as panini and deli sandwiches, pasta, soup, desserts, and hand-dipped ice cream, plus the standard McDonald's menu.
Mary, Queen of the Universe Shrine
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, in Kissimmee. Six brave knights on horseback compete in tournament games, jousting, and sword fighting while guests dine on a medieval-style banquet.
The Mall at Millenia, a new two-level 1.2 million square-foot shopping experience, including the world-famous department stores Bloomingdale's, Macy's and Neiman Marcus.
The Morse Museum of American Art, located in nearby Winter Park, houses the world's "most comprehensive" collection of the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, among its permanent exhibits. It includes Tiffany art glass, jewelry, pottery, and the chapel interior designed for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. There is also an exhibit on the Tiffany home, and American paintings from the 19th century. The museum was founded in 1942.
Old Town, in Kissimmee, features eight restaurants, fifteen amusement park rides and 75 shops along its brick-lined streets. Classic car shows every Friday and Saturday feature hundreds of vintage automobiles. Admission and parking are free.
The Orange County Regional History Center Features exhibits and artifacts from the earliest days of the region to the modern day. Includes information on everything from the time of the Seminole Indians to the founding of the city to the Civil Rights era to the Disney period to today.
The Orlando Museum of Art], which has ongoing exhibitions of American portraits and landscapes, American impressionist works, and art of the ancient Americas.
The Orlando Science Center, is a 207,000 square foot (19,000 m²) hands-on learning center with hundreds of interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages. Images surround visitors on the giant screen of the Dr. Phillips CineDome. Other attractions include the Body Zone, teaching health and fitness, as well as an observatory. The center has the largest refracting telescope in Florida.
The Ripley's Believe It or Not! Orlando Odditorium is located in a building artfully constructed to appear as if it were collapsing to one side, which may be a sly reference to central Florida's infamous sinkholes. Visitors can explore bizarre artifacts, strange collections, weird art/hobbies and interactive exhibits in sixteen odd galleries. It is one of 27 Ripley museums in ten countries.
Wonder Works A funhouse located on International Drive. Can be easily identified as an upside down white building.
Wekiwa Springs State Park, which comprises around 7,000 acres (28 km²) of wild Florida. The springs pump out 42 million gallons of crystal clear water a day. Popular activities at the park include canoeing, swimming, picnicking and fishing.
World of Orchids, featuring thousands of blooms in an enclosed tropical rainforest. World of Orchids is a working greenhouse shipping orchids and other plants nationwide. A greenhouse covers nearly an acre (4,000 m²), and in this controlled climate of warm, humid air some 1,000 orchids are displayed in a natural jungle setting, with streams, waterfalls, and squawking parrots. World of Orchids also has a 1,000 foot (300 m) long boardwalk meandering off into nearby wetlands. Admission is free.
Wet n' Wild A large waterpark located just minutes from Universal Studios on International Drive

6. Daytona Beach Ghosts

Daytona Beach is a city in Volusia County, Florida, USA. Daytona Beach is a year-round resort area, and home to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona Beach Community College, and Keiser University, and the University of Central Florida Daytona Beach Campus. The city is historically known for its motorsports, with both Daytona International Speedway and the old Daytona Beach Road Course having hosted races for over a century. The city is also the headquarters for NASCAR and the Grand American Road Racing Association. Daytona could accurately be called a seasonal town, with large groups of out-of-towners descending upon the city for various events, most notably Speedweeks in early February when over 200,000 NASCAR fans come to attend the season-opening Daytona 500. Other events include the NASCAR Pepsi 400 race in July, Bike Week in March, Biketoberfest in October and Black College Reunion in March and April. In the past Daytona Beach catered to spring breakers, but in recent years many of the breakers have migrated to other sites, like Panama City. Daytona Beach has tried to clean up its image but in the last few years spring breakers have come back again in smaller numbers.

Daytona "The World's Most Famous Beach" And it's very haunted too! Many report seeing actual people or their ghost drowning in the surf. Also EVP's of strange voices echoing in the night. Ghost photos happen here in every point of the city all the time.

Some say the many ghosts from across America travel here trying to recapture days gone by.

List of Registered Historic Buildings in Daytona Beach, Florida

Bethune-Cookman College Historic District 620 Drive Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard March 21, 1996

Daytona Beach Surfside Historic District roughly bounded by Auditorium Boulevard,
the Atlantic Ocean, US 92, and the Halifax River August 1, 1996

Cypress Street Elementary School Bonner Elementary School 900 Cypress Street December 2, 1996

Southwest Daytona Beach Black Heritage District Martin Luther King, Jr.
Boulevard Historic District roughly bounded by Foote Court, South Street,
Martin Luther King Boulevard, and the FEC RR tracks May 23, 1997

Seybold Baking Company Factory Columbia Baking Company or
Southern Bakeries Factory 800 Orange Avenue October 30, 1997

Seabreeze Historic District roughly bounded by University Boulevard,
Halifax Road, Auditorium Boulevard,
and North Atlantic Avenue September 3, 1998

City Island Ball Park Jackie Robinson Ball Park City Island, across from
the Daytona Beach Business District October 22, 1998

South Peninsula Historic District roughly the Daytona Beach Pennisula between
the Atlantic Ocean and Halifax Road November 19, 1998

Daytona Beach Bandshell and Oceanfront Park Complex Ocean Avenue, north of the junction of
Main Street and Atlantic March 5, 1999

Daytona also boasts The first ghost tour on the east coast of the United States to be owned and operated by certified ghost hunters and certified paranormal researchers, this tour company offers three different one and a half long walking tours that depart from several locations.


7. Pensacola, Florida Ghosts

Pensacola is a city in Escambia County, Florida and the county seat of Escambia County. Pensacola, Florida has had a rich and colorful history over 450 years, being the first settlement in the continental United States (1559), Pensacola is nicknamed "The City of Five Flags" due to the five flags that have flown over it during its history: the flags of Spain (Castile), France, Great Britain, the Confederate States of America, and the United States. Other nicknames include "World's Whitest Beaches" (due to the white sand prevalent along beaches in the Florida panhandle), "Cradle of Naval Aviation" (the National Museum of Naval Aviation is located at the Pensacola Naval Air Station, home of the legendary Blue Angels), "Western Gate to the Sunshine State," "America's First Settlement," "Emerald Coast," "Redneck Riviera," and "Red Snapper Capital of the World."

Pensacola's location on the Florida Panhandle makes it vulnerable to hurricanes. Major hurricanes which have made landfall at or near Pensacola include Eloise (1975), Frederic (1979), Juan (1985), Erin (1995), Opal (1995), Ivan (2004), and Dennis (2005).

Pensacola and several surrounding areas were devastated by Hurricane Ivan. Pensacola found itself on the eastern side of the eyewall, which sent a large storm surge into Escambia Bay that eventually destroyed most of the I-10 Bay Bridge. Over six billion dollars in damage occurred in the metro area and more than 10,000 homes were destroyed, with another 27,000 heavily damaged. NASA created a comparison image to illustrate the massive damage. Hurricane Ivan drove up the cost of housing in the area, leading to a severe shortage of affordable housing. In July 2005, Hurricane Dennis made landfall just east of the city, sparing it the blow it had received from Ivan the year before. However, hurricane and near-hurricane force winds were recorded in downtown, causing moderate damage.

Although Pensacola only received a glancing blow from 2005s devastating Hurricane Katrina, light to moderate damage was reported in the area. Katrina also undermined a large percentage of Pensacola's tourist base from Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama.

Major holidays in Pensacola include Memorial Day (GLBT), Florida Mardi Gras, and the Fiesta of Five Flags. Celebrations of note in Pensacola are the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival, the Seafood Festival, Gay Pride (Memorial Day Weekend), The King Mackerel and Cobia Tournament, Florida Springfest (although canceled in 2006 and 2007), Gracefest (a Christian music festival), Lobsterfest, University of West Florida Festival On The Green, the Bushwhacker Festival and the Bill Fishing Tournament.

Historic Seville Square and it adjacents parks, Fountain Park and Bartram Park are the sites of most of Pensacola's festivals. In the summer on Thursdays and on the Thursday in the beginning of the Christmas season, the Pensacola Heritage Foundation presents local bands in it's famous gazebo for free and very popular concerts. In December the Pensacola Christmas Market is a popular event in Seville Square as is the Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival and Seafood Festival are in the fall and the Cajun Crawfish Festival is in the spring. Festivals in Seville Square is a successful tradition begun by local preservations in the early 60's led by Mary Turner Rule Reed and the Pensacola Heritage Foundaion who started the movement to save and restore this square and Pensacola's old settlement around it.

Is Pensacola haunted ? How can it not be!

The Pensacola Historical Society (http://pensacolahistory.org) each year present its Haunted House Walking and Trolley Tours. The tours feature costumed guides who recount tales – some true, some simply long-held urban legends – of murder, nefarious characters and ghosts from Pensacola’s long history). As the historical society puts it, the tours let you “become acquainted with some of the city's residents who refuse to leave, even after death has claimed them.”

Pensacola Naval Air Station might send a few shivers down your spine. Built in 1859, the lighthouse saw back-and-forth possession by the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War, and has been hit by lightning, shaken by a rare Florida earthquake, and survived numerous hurricanes. Some also say it’s haunted by ghostly footsteps, doors that open and close by themselves, and the spirit of its first keeper, Jeremiah Ingraham.

Lighthouse tours are led by Coast Guard Auxiliary guides from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays, May through October.

A Small collection of bars known as Seville Quarter. Located off Government Street in Downtown Pensacola inside what used to be the old historic courthouse is a collection of bars for anyone's taste. The environment itself is a real treasure, the old building is absolutely beautiful and full of vitality. Local urban legend also adds to Seville Quarter's color with talk of ghosts that may still haunt it.

8. Fort Lauderdale, Florida Ghosts

Fort Lauderdale, known as the "Venice of America" due to its expansive and intricate canal system, is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. With the very haunted Stranahan House as the best destination to spot a ghost in haunted Florida.

The Stranahan House, Built in 1906, for Pioneer Floridian Frank Stranahan, This is one of Haunted Fort Lauderdale's most haunted houses. Built in 1906, for Pioneer Floridian Frank Stranahan.

The Stranahan House has served as a trading post, post office, bank and town hall. Restored to its 1913 , it's a "must see" in Haunted South Florida.

Fort Lauderdale is named after series of forts built by the United States during the Second Seminole War, although development did not begin until 50 years after the forts were abandoned at the end of the conflict. There were three forts constructed with that name; the first was at the fork of the New River, the second at Tarpon Bend, in what is now known as the Sailboat Bend neighborhood, and the third near the site of the Bahia Mar Marina.

The area in which the city of Fort Lauderdale would later be founded was inhabited for more than a thousand years by the Tequesta Indians. Though the area changed control between Spain, England, the United States, and the Confederated States of America, it remained largely undeveloped until the 20th century.

The first settlement in the area was the site of a massacre at the beginning of the Second Seminole War, an event which precipitated the abandonment of the settlement and set back development in the area by over 50 years. The first United States stockade named Fort Lauderdale was built in 1838, and subsequently was a site of fighting during the Second Seminole War. The fort was abandoned in 1842, after the end of the war, and the area remained virtually unpopulated until the 1890s. Many Florida residents say it took so long because it was haunted!

Sites of interest

Fort Lauderdale Stadium
Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop, a large indoor/outdoor flea market and site of the world's largest Drive-In movie theater (13 screens).
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park* International Swimming Hall of Fame
Las Olas Boulevard
New River Tunnel, the only tunnel on public land in the state of Florida.

According to the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau, Fort Lauderdale is "America's top gay resort area." The city was named as the "best gay resort town" by the members of gay-interest site PlanetOut in 2006, and the city actively pursues gay and lesbian tourists. The city is also home to a large year-round population of gay residents. The Stonewall Library & Archives, believed to be the largest-circulation LGBT library in the country, is located in the city. Neighboring Wilton Manors was the second city in the country (after West Hollywood, California) to elect a gay-majority city council.

9. Clearwater, Florida Ghosts

Clearwater is a city located in central Pinellas County, Florida, USA, nearly due west of Tampa. Present-day Clearwater was originally the home of the Tocobagan Indian tribe. Around 1835, the U.S. Army began construction of Fort Harrison as an outpost during the Seminole wars. The fort was located on a bluff overlooking Clearwater Harbor in an area known today as Harbor Oaks. University of South Florida archeologists excavated the site in 1977 after Alfred C. Wyllie discovered an underground ammunition bunker while digging a swimming pool on his estate.

The area's population grew in 1842, after the Federal Armed Occupation Act of 1842 offered 160 acres to anyone who would bear arms and cultivate the land. Early settlers included the Stevens, Stevenson and McMullen families, who claimed and farmed large tracts of land. Prior to 1906, the area was known as Clear Water Harbor. The name "Clear Water" is thought to have come from a fresh water spring flowing from near where the City Hall building is located today. There were many other freshwater springs that dotted the bayfront, many in the bay itself, which were the reason for the crystal clear water found there.

Originally part of Hillsborough County, the first road joining Clearwater and Tampa was built in 1849, which dramatically reduced the prior day-long commute between the cities. The first US Post Office for Pinellas County was built on the site of the present Turner Steet Dock Park, circa 1859.

During the U.S. Civil War, Union gunboats repeatedly raided the city's supplies as most of the able-bodied men were away fighting for the Confederate States of America army. The city began booming in late nineteenth century, prompted by Henry B. Plant building the first passenger railroad line into the city 1888. Clearwater was incorporated as a town in 1891 and James E. Crane became the town's first mayor. The town's reputation as a tourist destination grew in popularity when Plant built the Belleview Biltmore in 1897.

Annual events

Imagine International Film Festival
Wild Splash - Wild 98.7 WLLD (March)
Fun N Sun Festival (April - May)
Clearwater Celebrates America (July 4)
Clearwater Jazz Holiday (October)
Hispanic Heritage Festival (October)
Ford Ironman World Championship 70.3 (November 2006-2010)

Haunted City wide from the Belleview's Haunted Biltmore Hotel to many Pirate ghost and encounters with the paranormal. Ghost Photos happen here all the time.


10. Boca Raton, Florida Ghosts

Boca Raton is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida and was incorporated in May 1925. Listed on early maps as "Boca Ratones," many people wrongly assume the name is simply translated to "Rat’s Mouth." The Spanish word boca (or mouth) was often used to describe an inlet, while ratón (literally mouse) was used by Spanish sailors to describe rocks that gnawed at a ship's cable, or as a term for a cowardly thief. The name Boca Ratones originally appeared on eighteenth century maps associated with an inlet in the Biscayne Bay area of Miami.

The city's early history was as the site of Addison Mizner's Boca Raton Hotel. The "pink hotel" today is visible from miles away as a towering building on the Intracoastal Waterway. The Pearl City neighborhood of Boca Raton was established to originally house the service personnel for the hotel. Japanese farmers of the Yamato Colony converted the land west of the city into pineapple plantations beginning in 1904. During World War II much of their land was confiscated and used as the site of a major training facility for B-29 bomber crews. Much of the airbase was later donated to become the grounds of Florida Atlantic University, many of whose parking lots are former runways of the airbase, while part of the airbase is now used as Boca Raton Airport. The Japanese heritage of the Yamato Colony survives in the name of Yamato Road (NW 51st Street) just north of the airport and at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens northwest of the city.

Boca Raton was the site of two now vanished amusement parks, Africa U.S.A. (1953-1961) and Ancient America (1953-1959). Africa U.S.A. was a wild animal park in which the tourists rode a "Jeep Safari Train" through the park. There were no fences separating the animals from the tourists on the "Jeep Safari Train".

Florida Renaissance Festival

Quiet Waters Park • 401 S Powerline Rd • Deerfield Beach 33342 • 954-776-1642 February 9th through March 9th, 2008

This remarkable annual event truly re-captures the look and feel of the Renaissance. More than 100 merchants and artisans offer wares such as handblown glass items, hammered pewter, wooden toys, pottery, and clothing. Hundreds of performers on 12 stages, as well as sword fighters, minstrels, and jousting knights. You can also participate in challenging games of chance and skill, such as archery and a human chess game. There are human-powered rides and a Kid's Kingdom, too. A highlight is the King's Feast – tickets for this event include festival admission, 5-course banquet, special entertainment, souvenir, and reserved seating at the 5pm Jousting Tournament.

Many say ghosts, UFO sightings and all that is paranormal happens in Boca Raton.

The Real Ghosts of Florida

What would be the best location to find an "AUTHENTIC HAUNTING IN FLORIDA" ? Top Psychic, and Paranormal investigator Mickey of Miami shares with your her favorite places to hunt ghosts. Or slowly wade into the many Mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle.

Haunted Florida is well known for its long and glorious Haunted History. Let Haunted America Tours be your "Ghostly Travel Guide" to one of America's most fascinating and paranormal destinations.

From Florida's charming Gulf Coast and "Miracle Mile" to the booming urban sprawl of Miami and the sands of the Keys, this haunted excursion has only just begun. Florida's paranormal stew is filled with something for everyone.

How about a trip to a city where everyone is a medium or psychic? Visit them at Cassadaga, where the dead go on vacation. Seances, readings, and clairvoyant advisers can make your Haunted Florida vacation something to share with the entire family -- living or dead.

Visit Haunted Florida's mysterious rock circles, said by some to be the sites of alien visitations and called by others the true "American Stonehenge." Stay for a while in Gulf Breeze, Florida, the beautiful coastal town that has become infamous for having the highest concentration of UFO sightings of any place in the United States.

St. Augustine, Florida is not only America’s Oldest City but possibly its Most Haunted City. Founded by the Spanish at the height of the Age of Discovery, St. Augustine has seen the panoramic history of America pass before its eyes. Pirates and Buccaneers once tramped the streets and crowded the bars of the this old town; generations later the same hovels were crowded with Federal soldiers at the height of the Civil War. The ghosts of the military men of many centuries haunt the forts of St. Augustine, while civil servants of a different kind still guard the shore from Haunted Lighthouses. Or try a modern take on this old town and perhaps visit a Haunted Hospital once crowded with the broken and damaged of WWII and Korea. Stay here for a while and suddenly the Sunshine State takes on a whole new aspect, one filled with dark mystery.

Come and explore the Florida Everglades, if you are not faint of heart and don't believe the tales of the screams of plane crash victims still piercing the night or the garbled gulping and slow death of those torn to bits by the alligators who call this swampy enclave home.

Or come and walk in the footsteps of famous Ponce De Leon in search of the location of the fabled Fountain of Youth. Many Floridians insist the fountain is no myth, and there are some who know the secret way and who can help you past the dangers in search of this legendary link to eternal life.

There's more to the Atlantic Coast of Florida than just the well known Daytona Speedway and Spring break. For those in search of a more historic atmosphere, take a tour following in the footsteps of the famous 54th Massachusetts Infantry, who fought their way down the eastern Florida coast, leaving dead Confederates in their wake. Follow the path of these famous Soldiers of Color and stay for a while at the bed and breakfast where the Commander of the 54th, Col. Edward Needles Hallowell, planned the strategy the famous regiment would use at the Battle of Olustee. Tour the battle site and visit the graves and monuments, where numerous visitors have reported orbs and ghostly mists developing in their souvenir photos.

And there's more to Central Florida than just a shrine to a mouse. What goes on behind the scenes at some of the most fabulous family destinations might chill your bones. The tales of the mechanics and engineers who have lost their lives keeping the wheels of fantasy running are too numerous to tell here, but just ask anyone who's been victimized by one of the many amusement park poltergeists and you might get the idea. Also disturbing is the child who perished in a famous gondola ride but never left it, seemingly joining the cast of mechanical characters, and the parents who "never want to hear that song again!" Then there are the numerous stories of the haunted hotel rooms, and the Spring break students who check in but sometimes never check out.

Haunted Tales from Florida’s sun kissed beaches abound and would not be complete without the treasure of all haunting's, Haunted Key West. Where else might generations of ghostly cats try to steal your soul or Robert the Haunted Doll try to follow you home?

From artists who still linger in Victorian era homes, and long dead morticians who still attempt to practice their craft on less than willing victims, or the unrelenting spirit of Elvira who likes to hang around the famous Hanging Tree in the middle of Captain Tony's famous bar, Key West is brimming with the unusual and the unexplainable.

There are the ghosts of famous writers and famous seafarers, of light housemen and soldiers, of rum-runners and Cuban refugees, and the disturbing but true tale of the eye doctor who had an eye for necrophilia and kept the body of his paramour around long after she should have been peacefully at rest.

Not resting very peacefully either is the little stuffed doll called Robert who long ago lost his owner, but is always looking for a new one. Those of you in the market for bringing home a little "souvenir" might get more than you bargain for when you visit Robert at his museum home.

The Ghosts of Key West truly rise to the occasion and help make any visit to Florida's second oldest city one that you will never forget. Ghosts of cigar makers, pirates, wreckers, and Voodoo practitioners all await you. While their ghostly journeys continue through time, yours is just about to begin courtesy of Haunted America Tours.

You won't be sorry if you travel this haunted road into the unknown reaches of Haunted Florida. So the next time you find yourself humming that little tune about the "sunshine and sea breeze of Florida" you might want to add a verse or two about ghosts and haunting's! Come now and bask in the paranormal phenomena that is uniquely Haunted Florida.



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