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1910 Gila Jail

The Old Gila County Jail and Sheriff’s Office in Globe was featured on Ghost Adventures. Built on the site of the original gallows it is allegedly haunted by the spirits of former inmates. Throughout its life there has been numerous inmate suicides and murders within its walls.   

Many people that have visited the jail have witnessed strange things that can’t be explained. Loud bangs and footsteps are often heard on the second floor. Eerie shadowy figures have also been witnessed throughout the building. Visitors have also reported cold spots, unexplained lights, and being physically touched. The smell of perfume in the woman’s tank where the prostitute Jenny was incarcerated.   

Inmate Kingsley Olds, who was awaiting trial for the murder of his employer’s two little girls, was assassinated in the as he lay in his cell. He supposedly haunts his old cell and apparitions of the murdered girls have been witnessed. Some believe it is the spirit of an inmate who leaped to his death while heading to trial. The smell of perfume in the woman’s tank where the prostitute Jenny was incarcerated.  

1906 Courthouse

The 1906 Courthouse in Globe was featured on Ghost Adventures. The building housed the courts on the third floor, the administrative offices on the second floor, and the jail and Sheriff’s office on the ground floor. The 1906 Courthouse dates to the days of lawlessness in the wild Arizona.

The Apache Kid's trial was held in the Globe Courthouse. After he was convicted, it was the responsibility of Sheriff Glenn Reynolds to transport him to the Arizona Territorial Prison in Yuma, Arizona. The Apache Kid was able to overcome and murder Sheriff Reynolds.  The physic imprint and energy can be felt inside this building of those found guilty and put to death.. Spend the night roaming the building and walk down its dark corridors…..if you dare!     

1923 Bullion Plaza

Built in 1923, Bullion Plaza is an old, segregated school originally built for the Native American and Mexican American children. It is reported of an attempted murder in the lobby. Many reports of paranormal activity since it became a museum. Shadow figures, objects being moved, people being touched, voices and equipment activity

Many of the items in the museum seem to have attachments.  In the basement there has been many EVPs caught as well as personal experiences.  On the 2nd floor there is a negative entity that delights in frightening guests..

1908 Brothel

Meet Michael, the child spirit who loves playing with the toys we bring. Visit the back room where a shadow figure drains batteries leaving you in the dark but not alone. The girls of the night are waiting for you! 

The Fashion Building on north Broad Street was built in 1908 by the owners, Bracco and Giacoma, at a cost of $15,000. The lower floor was occupied by the Fashion Café and Bar, under the management of Bracco and Giacoma. They plan to have at the rear of the building of their café. an electric lighted beer garden with lawns for Boccia, the Italian game. The second floor has been designated for an Italian lodge hall. This gem is in the heart of the red light district did serve as a brothel. 

1917 YMCA Building

This location is filled with paranormal activity. Spirit box responses, EVPs and interaction with our equipment. Shadows around every corner waiting for you. Negative spirits have been encountered by our teams. Try and catch evidence of the spirits located in this historic building. 

Loud bangs and footsteps are often heard on the second floor. Eerie shadowy figures have also been witnessed throughout the building. Whistling and singing have been head in the auditorium. Visitors have also reported cold spots, unexplained lights, and being physically touched. 

1916 Train Depot

Investigate Globe’s old train station, where there was a suicide from strychnine plus many deaths on the tracks behind the depot. Spirit box & EVP responses, Try and catch evidence of the spirits located in this historic building 

The Depot was built in 1916 of fired red brick with concrete embellishments, elaborate cornices and multi-paned windows. The focal point of the main floor was the ticket office with a waiting room, telegraph office and baggage area handy to accommodate the public. The second floor was occupied by the district engineer and superintendent’s office. The facility was used as a Greyhound Bus Station, Red Cross office and later as an laundromat for nearly 20 years