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Come see the dark side of Key West. The best way to explore haunted sites is in the shadows of the night.

Join your gravedigger guide on the “Trolley of the Domed” for the Ghosts and Gravestones Sightseeing Tour. Venture into the bizarre and macabre past of Key West.

Every city has its share of strange happenings and spooky tales, but Key West has more than most.

Count Carl Von Cosel

Hear the creepiest love story ever. Carl Tanzler, a German radiologist, left his wife and children and moved to Key West, calling himself Count Carl Von Cosel.

In his fifties, Carl fell in love with a 22 year old tuberculosis patient. When she died, he paid for the funeral and had an above ground mausoleum built for her. He visited the mausoleum almost every night. One night, he removed her body and took it home with him. For seven years, he slept with the corpse every night until her family discovered it and he was arrested.

Marrero House

You’ll see the beautiful Marrero House. It was built by Francisco Marrero, a Cuban cigar maker, for the love of his life, Enriquetta. When Francisco died, his wife came to Key West and evicted Enriquetta and her children. Enriquetta said she would always be in the house in spirit. Many believe she still is.

The mansion is now a Bed & Breakfast and staff and guests have reported seeing an apparition of a woman. People have reported hearing sounds when no one was there. Objects have been moved. Staff members say if she dislikes some guests, the chandelier will sway back and forth. Room 18 is where most of the activity takes place. Often the room will suddenly be filled with the scent of her lavender perfume.

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Hanging Tree

You’ll see the Hanging Tree where estimates have it that more than 75 people met their demise for piracy and murder. A building was built around the tree and it extends through the roof. Hear stories of the hangings and of the people buried beneath the saloon.

Other Tour Stops

You’ll pass the Porter Mansion and hear tales of the spirits and poltergeists that reside there. You’ll make a stop at the Shipwreck Treasure Museum which is said to be haunted. Be sure to take a camera. You never know what you might capture.

You’ll see the former house of the artist Robert Eugene Otto and hear stories of the mischievous Robert the Doll and of the havoc he wreaked. The Artist House is now an inn. You can stay there where the Most Haunted Doll In The World once lived. Click here to save 10% on your stay.

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