Nevada State Prison – World’s Largest Ghost Hunt

by Jim Martin | Published on September 25th, 2021

Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/25/2021 - 09/26/2021
7:00 pm - 1:00 am


Join Riverside Iowa Paranormal California Chapter for an epic World’s Largest Ghost Hunt event Saturday, September 25th 7 PM PT to 1 AM PT. 

The Nevada State Prison now sits idle after closing its doors for the last time on May 12, 2012, after 150 years in operation. The process to make NSP live again, as an educational landmark, is now underway. Join Riverside Iowa Paranormal for a fundraiser on National Ghost Hunting Day and be a part of the World’s Largest Ghost Hunt as we investigate the Nevada State Prison. 

Nevada State Prison has a rich history, especially with executions when the first of which took place in September 1905. The prison is also known for carrying out one of the largest multiple executions in the history of Nevada in November of that same year. Later two Native Americans on December 7, 1906. Andriza Mircovich, was the first and only inmate in Nevada to be executed by shooting and Gee Jon, was the first person in the United State to be executed by lethal gas on February 8, 1924. He is also buried on the property. Serial killer Carroll Cole became the first inmate to be executed in Nevada by lethal injection in December of 1985.

Join Riverside Iowa Paranormal for this amazing fundraiser with all proceeds going to the Nevada State Prison. Only 12 tickets left so get yours today at Thriller Events: https://www.thriller.events/tickets/lockdown-at-nevada-state-prison-206782#buy

NOTICE – All ATTENDEES MUST ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING RULES TO ATTEND. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN BEING ASKED TO LEAVE–NO REFUNDS. Please note this location is next to an active prison. NO BLUE JEANS as this is part of the active prison uniform. No open toe shoes and SMOKING IS NOT Permitted.

2 thoughts on “Nevada State Prison – World’s Largest Ghost Hunt

  1. Looking forward to the Las Vegas Convention Nevada State Prison Paranormal will have a vendor booth there . So come by and meet Susan Bernard and Joe Kinsley who run the prison now. Let us show you how haunted this place is and tell you some stories as well .

    1. Sounds good! See you there!!!

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