The Fall Off
After the 1980s, the Church Street Station’s reputation as a club hotspot started to decline. Most of the issues came when Walt Disney opened up a similar venue with a more affordable entrance fee. However, that didn’t stop other investors from trying their hand at reviving the Church Street vibe.
Some well-known investors and owners of Church Street Station were the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, Lou Pearlman, and F.F South & Co.
Haunted stories regarding the Church Street Station didn’t surface until 2005 when a restaurant owner claimed the place to be haunted.
The owners had just moved in with an expensive lease on the place, and their construction workers claimed to see spirits roaming around.
As a result, the restauranteurs tried to cancel their lease and open it somewhere else. In return, the owners of the space offered to perform an exorcism to ensure any lingering spirits would vacate.
Since no known spirits or demons were present on the property, the landlord then sued the tenants.
With all that, we had to involve the Orlando Railroad Depot in our ghost adventure.
Haunted Orlando, FL
There are several reasons why Orlando is a top travel destination in the United States. There’s endless fun to be had in this city, especially if you take part in our Orlando ghost tour. We’ll take you to Church Street Station along with the city’s other top sites to explore the haunted and the historical.
About US Ghost Adventures
Since 2013, US Ghost Adventures has offered entertaining, historic, and authentic ghost tours of America’s most haunted cities. We deliver fun yet honest accounts of hauntings across the nation for curious people of all ages. Our ghost stories are based on historical research, but that doesn’t mean they won’t send a chill down your spine.
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