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Offering a rich amount of haunted places in Florida to visit, we display such things as civil war battlefields, unexplained ruins from centuries ago, mysterious carvings in bedrock, and tons of reports of hauntings, ghosts, and witches!


We showcase strange and odd Florida tourist attractions like the world’s smallest post office and the world’s smallest police station. We display Florida’s beautiful state parks with natural beauty as well as mysterious geological phenomena. We guide you on tours of historical landmarks and ancient ruins, as well as unexplained man made carvings and native American relics that are centuries old. And if ghost hunting is your thing, we have plenty for you, too! Haunted cemeteries, famous burials, paranormal hot spots, ghosts and spirits that haunt houses, hotels, and Florida tourism locations.

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Florida tourism is known for paranormal and haunted locations around St. Augustine, but much of the state is shrouded in mysterious legends that few know about. We shed a light on these forgotten chunks of history, mysterious legends, and haunted lore!

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This is a collection of some of the most fun things to do in Florida, from eerie haunted cemeteries to famous (or infamous) legends. We take you on a tour of history’s forgotten secrets, from mysterious ruins to museums and nature walks. Love a good ghost tale? We have ghost towns, ghost lights, and ghost tours. Interested in history? We have centuries-old monuments and crumbling ruins. We offer you the most obscure and rare “fringe” sight seeing locations available.

Solomon’s Castle
in Ona
In 1972, Howard Solomon bought 40 acres of swamp land and considered what kind of home to build. He decided that a man's home is his castle...
Historic Smallwood Store
in Chokoloskee
Edgar J. Watson hired migrant workers and then murdered them to avoid paying wages. This haunted museum is where the townsfolk killed him!
Royal Air Force Cadet Cemetery
in Arcadia
Tucked in among pioneer families & American veterans lies the remains of young men who died far from home, but are not forgotten.
Florida Three Toes
The Giant Penguin
in Clearwater
Tracks of "Florida Three Toes" appeared on the beach of Clearwater from 1948 until 1958; did a giant penguin live in the Gulf of Mexico?
Haunted fort in St. Augustine
Castillo de San Marcos
in St. Augustine
This medieval fort, built in 1672, has been the scene of many bloody battles, and is now one of the most haunted places in America.

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The Giant Penguin
in Clearwater

On a February morning in 1948 while walking the beach in Clearwater near Tampa, a resident stumbled upon what looked to be footprints belonging to a giant monster. The tracks were large (14 inches long, 11 inches wide) and they had three long toes with claws. Whatever had made them apparently had come out of the Gulf of Mexico at the south end of the beach and, taking 4-foot to 6-foot strides, had walked for more than 2 miles in the soft sand before returning to the water.

The monster was dubbed “Florida Three Toes” and over the next 10 years, its footprints appeared frequently on beaches from Clearwater to Sarasota. Several sightings were reported, describing the creature as a giant bird-like creature, or a “furry log with a head shaped like a hog’s”. Ivan T. Sanderson, a noted Zoologist and science commentator for WNBC in New York as well as the science writer for the New York Herald Tribune, spent months studying the prints and various reports. He concluded that the tacks had been made by some form of Giant Penguin.

On June 11th, 1988, in an issue of the St. Petersburg Times, writer Jan Kirby revealed that the whole thing was nothing but a hoax. Tony Signorini, a Clearwater resident came forward and admitted that he and the late Al Williams, a local and well known prankster, had left the prints in the sand all those years ago. The real monster is a pair of cast iron feet connected to high-top black sneakers, each weighing 30 pounds. Williams created them to look like dinosaur prints at a time when the world was enthralled with the Loch Ness Monster.

As for the sightings, Signorini maintains that he and his partner had nothing to do with those. In response to a particular sighting called in by a pilot flying over the beach, he said, “You know, that’s a funny thing, because we never knew who was flying that plane and made the report. It wasn’t us.”