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8 Apr 2010

http://www.ocala.com/article/20100407/ARTICLES/4071010?Title=Ghost-tours-may-continue-soon-at-Rheinauer-House

Ghost tours may continue soon at Rheinauer House

Published: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 6:30 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 10:37 a.m.

Paranormal investigators plan to reopen one of Ocala's most beloved hospitality haunts. If all goes as planned, one building of the historic and reportedly haunted Seven Sisters Inn could be back in business by early May. Like the original inn, it will offer romantic getaways, breakfast, murder-mystery dinners and ghost-hunting packages.

 



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The Rheinauer House, known for its supposed paranormal activity, is shown on Southeast Fort King Street in Ocala on Tuesday. Manager Charlie Childes said he hopes the house will be open again as soon as May 1.
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Jimmy Reid and Agneta Ringstrom of St. Cloud-based Paranormal Seekers LLC formed Seven Sisters Getaways LLC to lease one of the two century-old homes that made up the former Seven Sisters Inn in the 800 block of Southeast Fort King Street in Ocala.

They are making moderate renovations to the 120-year-old Rheinauer House, filling it with traditional Victorian furniture and, Reid said, adding a baby grand piano in the parlor. Most notably, they hired former Seven Sisters Innkeeper Charlie Childes to manage the bed-and-breakfast.

"It's really Charlie's baby," Reid said.

"I have a very passionate love affair with this property. I have such a such spiritual connection with it," Childes said Tuesday from the Rheinauer House, where he detailed remodeling plans for the home, which closed one year ago today, hours before it was sold at a foreclosure auction.

Paranormal Seekers investigates paranormal activity, operates ghost tours (including one in St. Augustine) and has produced television shows about its investigations for the Telemundo network. Its second show was on the Seven Sisters Inn years ago, and Reid said the group has been fascinated by the property ever since.

The first order of business, Reid said Tuesday, is to bring the property back up as a B&B inn. Then, down the road, he wants to reserve one weekend a month for ghost-hunting packages, wherein guests would stay at the inn, get to know its ghost stories and then travel to other regional haunts during the day.



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