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A Haunted Reconstructed Building Haunted St. Augustine


Haunted St. Augustine, Florida's


Located near the Spanish Quarter Village in Old St. Augustine, the Military hospital was formerly named Our Lady of Guadeloupe. Of course, the building that stands there today is a replica of the original which stood on this same site from 1784-1821. Interesting discoveries were made, of the gruesome type, when the city decided to overhaul its waterlines, which ran under the Military hospital.

Story by Paul Bastrop Jr.


With it's dark tragic lost haunted history, Royal Hope Hospital still haunts St. Augustines' Florida visitors and citizens everyday, at the historic St. Augustine Hospital Haunted Museums. Though the building is not the original it is possibly even more haunted then anyone is aware of!

Visitors to the Spanish Military Hospital Museum often have had experienced strange occurrences and have had many of a real ghost sightings. Often told stories of the actual sick beds moving across the room and bumping into their legs, drink cans sliding across outside benches and the haunting sound of footsteps in an empty upstairs area. Many have said that they have often smelled sulfur from ghost cannon fire. And the sounds of moans and screams often fill the many empty rooms.

Paranormal experts from across the United States have said this is a real hotbed of haunted Florida spirit and paranormal activity, most experts agree that these types haunting's tends to occur in these areas where human emotion is or was concentrated on a regular basis.

Royal Hope Hospital or Spanish Military Hospital Museum in St. Augustine, Florida meets these exacting ghost requirements. Even though this is a reconstructed new building on it's original site, hundreds of ghost still cling strongly to the spot!

From the original buildings earliest recorded history, the hospital would have bandaged, operated on and patched and prepared thousands of the dead or dying from several wars, including the Seminole Wars, and the Civil War. amputations were a common practice of the time. And often many have visited the hospital and spoken of a feeling of fear and great worry overcoming them. Honestly the truest of haunted feelings.

Located near the Spanish Quarter Village in Old St. Augustine, the Military hospital was formerly named Our Lady of Guadalupe.The actual haunted building that stands today is not the original it is a replica of the original which stood on this same site from 1784-1821. Very strange discoveries were made, when the St. Augustine's' city Officials decided to overhaul its crumbling broken down underground waterlines.

“What the city workers reported and are said to have actually found at that time were many piles of human bones,”

“From the sheer number of bones that they found, it’s quite likely that they built the hospital on top of a Timucuan indian burial site.”


Significant recent haunted ghost encounters have included, clear audible EVP's, Ghost Photos and some have witnessed strange paranormal phenomena as actually seeing objects move and shake for no reason. Some visitors have reported being touched and scratched by unseen hands, scratches appearing on their faces stomachs and backs, which often have formed legible words as ( help, and words in Spanish), and movement of heavy beds and small objects often shake and glide a few inches. Orbs and ectoplasm have been photographed in or near the area of the building.

Some recent ghost stories, sightings and encounters at The Haunted Hospital Museum Tour includes these reported occurrences quite often many more and similar happen in these specific rooms.

Equipped with the Priest's tools for blessing the many dying and dead patients. Some say they have heard praying, sobbing and moaning in this room and the strong feeling of despair and remorse. It's chilling says Diane Ramsey a recent visitor It scared me but it made me realize the afterlife and real Ghost do exist!

View the tools of the trade and find out what practices are still used today. In this room many strange sounds and objects seem to move or shake is what is most commonly reported. Psychic Mickey of Miami Said upon visiting this room she could actually feel a man clinging to her clothes. " He would not let go of me ." She stated. " Finally I broke his tight ghost hand grip by moving fast out of the room, and he was gone."

Strict regulations dictated by the Government of Spain defined medical care in the Royal Hospital. This is the room where many of the beds seem to jump out and bump visitors in the shins. Michael Franco, and Christine Perez tell of seeing a ghost move past them very fast the stop look at them and just vanish before their very eyes.

The Apothecary was the only staff members allowed to dispense medicines. Often in this room many have reported seeing shadows move strangely across the walls and the sound of a sobbing man. Paula Hill says that she was very calm then suddenly something or someone hugged her with invisible arms. " I felt it I know it was real, no one can tell me it did not happen to me!"

Located near the Spanish Quarter Village, the Spanish Military Museum was once known as the Hospital of our Lady of Guadalupe. The hospital was active during the Spanish Colonial Period from 1784 to 1821. Today, it displays medical tools and other information regarding hospitals from that era.


A reconstruction of a military hospital The original actually once stood upon this site in the Second Spanish Colonial Period (1784 - 1821).

3 Avilies Street (904) 827-0807
Open daily from 10:00 - 5:00
Admission: $ 3.50 for adults (13 & over), $1.50 for children 6 to 12.

Haunted St. Augustine, Florida

St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest permanent European settlement in the United States. With deep historical roots, it is not surprising that there are more than 85 historic sites and attractions located here. A visit to the Spanish Quarter Village unveils many of the most famous historic attractions in a concentrated area. While the colonial atmosphere of this city remains intact, there are also many modern sites and amenities that add to its popularity as a travel destination.

Located on the northern Atlantic Coast of Florida, the 43 miles of sandy beaches attracted explorers to this region centuries ago, and continue to draw in visitors today. The golfing opportunities offered in and around St. Augustine are also enticing. Several world-class golf courses that accommodate varying levels of play are open to the public. The cobblestone streets and hanging Spanish moss add to the city's romantic atmosphere, making it also ideal for intimate getaways. No matter what reason brings travelers to St. Augustine, it is certain to have something of interest for everyone. Including many, many ghost and haunting's.

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