Sweetwater 1828

Home of Major John Brahan, veteran of War of 1812, Major General, Alabama Militia, who owned 4,000 acres here. Built of bricks made on the place, marble mantels imported from Italy, boxwood hedge from London. Named for spring nearby.

Federals and Confederates quartered here at various times during the Civil War. Home of Brahan's son-in-law, Robert M. Patton, Governor of Alabama, 1865-1868.

Ghost Investigations

For the first time ever in the South, we are offering Paranormal Investigations for the seasoned pro or the inexperienced novice. Even organized Ghost hunting teams can get discounted rates for their group.

Never before has the public been allowed to enter into historical sites like the Sweetwater Mansion in Florence, Al. or Saunders Goode Hall Mansion in Towncreek, Al. These are just two of the top ten most haunted sites around. The only group officially allowed ever to investigate are the Quad Cities local professionals "Ghost Hunters of Southern Territories". They are in charge of organizing the events and can be booked exclusively through Founder Robert Simone.

Also there are several other haunted or paranormally active sites, in our area, that will be available to choose from. So, if you want your chance to be part of one of the most exciting events in the south call (256) 627-4121 or Email: captainmagic@comcast.net   Website

Investigation Pricing List Per Person
Private exclusive blocks 1 or 2 people - $25.00 - 1 hr Block, $35.00 2 hr Block, $50.00 3 hr Block (per person)
Group pricing 3 or more people - $20.00 - 1 hr Block, $30.00 - 2 hr Block, $40.00 - 3 hr Block (per person)

Longer times are available upon request