MSU Campus Archaeology Program holds Apparitions & Archaeology Virtual Campus Tour

Apparitions & Archaeology Virtual Campus Tour flyer

The Michigan State University Apparitions & Archaeology Haunted Campus Tour has gone online this year! For the entire month of October, participants can visit the online tour and learn about the sites on campus that are known for their paranormal activity and archaeological significance. The tour is a collaborative effort between the Campus Archaeology Program, housed in the Department of Anthropology, the MSU Paranormal Society, the Michigan State University Alumni Office, and the College of Social Science.

In addition to the online tour, Campus Archaeology Director Dr. Stacey Camp and Campus Archaeologist Jeff Burnett will host a Facebook Live event and answer participants’ questions about the tour on October 28 at 7:00pm. The live Q&A event can be accessed by visiting the Alumni Office’s Facebook page. Questions can be sent in via this form created by the MSU Alumni Office, or sent to the Alumni Office and/or Campus Archaeology email accounts and social media pages. These questions will be answered both at the Facebook Live event and on the Campus Archaeology blog.

The online tour is free and accessible to all who want to explore MSU’s haunted history. Participants can take the tour from home, or visit campus and take the virtual tour guide with them on their mobile device. If visiting campus, please remember that masks must be worn at all times, both indoors and outdoors.

The Apparitions & Archaeology Haunted Campus Tour was recently featured on WILX News 10 and in MSU Today.

Watch the spooky trailer for the tour and start it today at