Haunted Holly Springs Ghost Walking Tours - Holly Springs, MS



Kudzu Paranormal Investigation Group runs a ghost walk in October as well as occasional events throughout the year. Their haunted ghost tours are family-friendly – though some of the true stories can be scary, there is no blood, guts or jump scares. All of the tours depart from and return to Lost River Mercantile, on the southwest corner of the Holly Springs Square.

As an example of other events: In July 2017, they did a ghost walk of Marshall County Historical Museum, one of the great treasures of Holly Springs and Marshall County.



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As an annual tradition, we close out the Haunted Holly Springs season with a field trip to Hill Crest Cemetery!  This is Mrs. Rodger’s Marshall Academy 7th grade history class, at the grave of Thomas Hebdon, who died exactly 140 years ago of Yellow Fever.  

Thank you to Mrs. Rodgers for letting us get a few more spooky stories in this year!  

See everyone in 2019!

As an annual tradition, we close out the Haunted Holly Springs season with a field trip to Hill Crest Cemetery! This is Mrs. Rodger’s Marshall Academy 7th grade history class, at the grave of Thomas Hebdon, who died exactly 140 years ago of Yellow Fever.

Thank you to Mrs. Rodgers for letting us get a few more spooky stories in this year!

See everyone in 2019!
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Having a history class there is near and dear to my heart. I started researching genealogy 5 years ago and have spent a lot of time cemeteries in several states. We are losing valuable history every year as we neglect our cemeteries. It is so sad.

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Happy Halloween from Haunted Holly Springs!  We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable night!  Pictured is the Bathing Pig of Falconer Avenue, a highlight from our walking tours this year! 

Our Halloween Night “Haunting of Linden Hill” tour is now sold out!  We still have spots available on our final “Scourge of the Yellow Fever” cemetery tour (with a special concluding ghost story!).  Tickets can be purchased today (www.hauntedhollysprings.com) until around 1 PM, when we will be shutting tickets off and making our final lists.  It’s supposed to be a wet night, so bring your coats and umbrellas!

Happy Halloween from Haunted Holly Springs! We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable night! Pictured is the Bathing Pig of Falconer Avenue, a highlight from our walking tours this year!

Our Halloween Night “Haunting of Linden Hill” tour is now sold out! We still have spots available on our final “Scourge of the Yellow Fever” cemetery tour (with a special concluding ghost story!). Tickets can be purchased today (www.hauntedhollysprings.com) until around 1 PM, when we will be shutting tickets off and making our final lists. It’s supposed to be a wet night, so bring your coats and umbrellas!
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We attended for the first time this year. It was awesome. I want to do more tours next year.

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Thank you to everyone who came out to our “Murderers and Marauders” ghost walking tour this weekend and last weekend!  We had a blast and hope you did as well!

Thank you also to everyone who made this event happen, including my good friend and fellow historian Alexandra Ashmead who guided two of our tours (bless you), Marc Hafner and Marie Bongiovanni at the Bottomless Cup coffee shop for being such welcoming hosts, Tim Liddy and Lisa Shaw Liddy for opening their new store The Apothecary to our guests, Angie Vanzant, Kathy Coghlan Elgin and Anita Gresham Barnett for allowing us to climb to the second floor of Retro Rooster to tell my favorite story of the night, Charlie Farris, James M. Knox and other members of the Board of Directors at the Yellow Fever Museum for allowing us to use that wonderful building, Bruce McMillan at Christ Episcopal Church for the use of both the church and the chairs for the Yellow Fever Museum, Jim Moore at the Marshall County Historical Museum, Marie Claire Underwood and her wonderful husband Geoff for granting us access to the spooky Graceland Too, Stacey Humphreys and her husband Jimmy for the “show-stopper” at beautiful Linden Hill, and last but certainly not least, my wife Amanda McDonald Knecht for holding the fort down at our headquarters.  

There are still two more events on Halloween Night, and you can buy tickets at www.hauntedhollysprings.com.  

Thank you again, and happy hauntings!

Thank you to everyone who came out to our “Murderers and Marauders” ghost walking tour this weekend and last weekend! We had a blast and hope you did as well!

Thank you also to everyone who made this event happen, including my good friend and fellow historian Alexandra Ashmead who guided two of our tours (bless you), Marc Hafner and Marie Bongiovanni at the Bottomless Cup coffee shop for being such welcoming hosts, Tim Liddy and Lisa Shaw Liddy for opening their new store The Apothecary to our guests, Angie Vanzant, Kathy Coghlan Elgin and Anita Gresham Barnett for allowing us to climb to the second floor of Retro Rooster to tell my favorite story of the night, Charlie Farris, James M. Knox and other members of the Board of Directors at the Yellow Fever Museum for allowing us to use that wonderful building, Bruce McMillan at Christ Episcopal Church for the use of both the church and the chairs for the Yellow Fever Museum, Jim Moore at the Marshall County Historical Museum, Marie Claire Underwood and her wonderful husband Geoff for granting us access to the spooky Graceland Too, Stacey Humphreys and her husband Jimmy for the “show-stopper” at beautiful Linden Hill, and last but certainly not least, my wife Amanda McDonald Knecht for holding the fort down at our headquarters.

There are still two more events on Halloween Night, and you can buy tickets at www.hauntedhollysprings.com.

Thank you again, and happy hauntings!
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Thank you for allowing our home to be shared with the people of Holly Springs, the mid south region, and those that attended from around the world, we were honored and humbled. You did an absolutely amazing job, and the City should be proud to have you and your wife here

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Very enjoyable & educational tour. Thanks so much Philip & everyone that was involved in the process of carrying this out. We had a great time & some tired feet. Looking forward to next year. Keep up the good work & watch out for the CLOWN Philip......

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