Tour E.L. Craven's Funeral Parlor in Blackshear for a spooky good time and hear the story of E.L. Craven, a doctor who quit his practice and moved to Blackshear in 1909. He lost his wife and son in a fire that burned the funeral parlor to the ground in the summer of 1914.
By late October 1914, he had the place rebuilt and moved in, but he bricked in or boarded up most of the doors and windows. There were several complaints through the years of loud screams and noises in the middle of the night and strange sightings of him.
Decades later, around the summer of 2008, strange activities started re-occurring at the mysterious parlor. Unmarked vans and delivery trucks arrived, screams were heard in the middle of the night, and a full staff appears to be working at the parlor. But where did they come from? What are they doing? And where do they go at night?
Visit E.L. Craven's Funeral Parlor to see "Where people are DYING to get in."
Hours of Operation
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day
Admission & Fees
Rates and Information 7 Dollars Regualr 12 Dollars for fast pass
Free Parking, Parking on Site
Suitable for Ages
Adults (18+), Teens (13-18), Tweens (9-12)
Entertainment, Halloween, Haunted