Join Us June 7th-9th
PhenomEvents Presents Camp Ramblewood: a paranormal investigator's dream. A house of hope for many and a house of sadness and death for others. There are those who believe that the spirits of those who lost their lives in this house still roam the halls. The Ramblewood house sits near the entrance of Camp Ramblewood in Darlington, MD. The house was built in 1841
With Brian J. Cano
Brian is the tech specialist on the SyFy show "Haunted Collector" with John Zaffis. He is also a video editor and produces an independent series of paranormal documentaries, entitled, SCARED!. Brian's work has been praised in several publications, including TAPS Paramagazine and Haunted Times Magazine. Various episodes of SCARED! have won awards at several film festivals.
The Haunted Ramblewood House
The house was once a Harriet Tubman safehouse stop along the underground railroad that assisted African Americans who were escaping from slavery to freedom in the north. The house contains a tunnel that leads from the cellar down to the Susquehanna River where oral tradition tells of river raftsmen assisting slaves to freedom. It is only a short distance to the Mason Dixon line which was the boundary between slave states and freedom. The town of Darlington had a strong Quaker community that increased the chances of abolitionist sympathizers. There are several documented safehouses in the area. There are 4 reported deaths that occured in the Ramblewood house.
All tickets include:
- all meals
- games and movies
- and ghost hunts.
Links for more information!
PhenomEvents on Facebook
The Official Facebook page for Phenomevents and Phenomenology.
Ramblewood's Tunnel Led to River, Freedom
Learn more about the history of Ramblewood's White House from BelAirPatch.com.
Watch a short video on YouTube about the house!
The Official website of Camp Ramblewood.
Camp Ramblewood on Facebook
The Official Facebook page of Camp Ramblewood.
Brian J. Cano on Facebook
The Official Brian J. Cano page on Facebook.