Join the Hemet Ghost Hunters Team as we conduct an authentic, paranormal investigation at the Historic Hemet Theatre during Dia de los Muertos on Friday, November 2nd, 2018 from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.! Don't miss your chance to take part in this event as we investigate this famous haunted location!
Come and hear the history of this historic site and personally experience a professional and fully equipped paranormal investigation plus take part in live EVP recordings and reviews. You may also bring an audio recorder, a video recorder, or a camera to capture and keep your own evidence!
Tickets are available on here our website for only $30.00 but hurry because tickets will be limited to only 25 people!!! Please bring an ID with the same name you used to purchase your ticket and your email receipt with you on the night of the event because we will not be selling tickets at the door, and if your name is not on our list, and you don't have proof you purchased a ticket, you will not be admitted.
Click the PayPal link here for your tickets!
Print out your receipt and bring it and your matching I.D. with you on the night of the event. You receipt is your ticket!
Tickets are non-refundable; there will be NO REFUNDS for no-shows and/or cancellations unless the theatre cancels our event because we are reserving your spot at this limited space event.
Guests who show up for the event intoxicated may be asked to leave and will NOT receive a refund.
Hemet Ghost Hunters and Historic Hemet Theatre are NOT responsible for any and all items that are lost and/or damaged during this event.
Due to the nature of our investigations you will be asked to sign a waiver of liability. Please wear closed toe shoes, and we are limiting the age to 18 and over, so please bring a valid ID. Guests encouraged to bring a flashlight.
On Dia de los Muertos, the thin veil separating the living from the departed is believed to lift and loved ones are able to commune in spirit. Day of the Dead is a tradition celebrated in Mexico on Nov. 1 and 2 – All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day, respectively. Celebrants make ofrendas, or offerings, to the spirits of loved ones who have died and leave them at their gravesites or place them on makeshift altars at home.