Please stop by for one of our fun and exciting events at the Historic 1912 Hoover House. You’ll have so much fun you might just want to turn it into a sleepover.

Haunted Objects Paranormal Investigation-James & Jess House Of Goods Antique Store

Jan 29, 2022 @ 8:00 PM


As quaint as they seem, antique stores are notorious little nooks for paranormal activity because of energy attached to memory-laden items that once meant a great deal to their owners.
Step inside Jess & James House of Goods and experience the many different energies as only an antique store can provide.

1/29/22 8:00pm-11:00pm
$40.00 pp (Investigation)
Rooms Available at The Historic 1912

717-521-7465 for Reservations


Paranormal Encounters At The Historic 1912 Hoover House With Paranormal Inc.

Feb 26, 2022 @ 7 PM - MIDNIGHT

The Historic 1912 Hoover House Presents
Paranormal Encounters With Paranormal Inc…..Join us as we step back in time, and connect with the history and spirits of Yesteryear.
7:00pm- History Tour
8:00pm-Paranormal Investigation
Investigation $25.00pp

Mystic & Mystery Weekend At The Historic 1912 Hoover House

Mar 4th-6th, 2022

Join Dave Schrader and April Busset
Seen on The Holzer Files for a weekend of Mystic & Mystery
Celebrity Paranormal Investigation
Tattoos-Mac & Jay Knuckles & Needles
Akashic Readings, Scrying, Reiki, Psychic & Tarot Readings, Runes, Aura Photography, DNA Retrieval, Table Tipping & Meditation and Much More Please follow this event as we will be adding to it….
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Civil War Days At The Historic 1912 Hoover House

May 28 @ 1 PM

Join Us At The Historic 1912 Hoover House As We Pay Homage To The Civil War With A family friendly Civil War Encampment.
When the Civil War came along, Waynesboro was again cast in the role of a “frontier town”, this time because of its close proximity to the Mason-Dixon line. Historians tell us that residents of the area spent half their time burying and digging up their possessions and fleeing north toward Harrisburg.

Among those fleeing when the Confederates entered Waynesboro was John Phillips, cashier of the local bank. Mr. Phillips made it to safety with the bank’s cash and valuables, his wife and son, all loaded into one carriage. Most residents stayed on, watching apprehensively, as 75,000 Confederate soldiers headed north to Gettysburg. Waynesboro was under Confederate rule for 15 days