Investigations are routinely conducted at the Rotary Jail Museum. Arrangements can be made by contacting the director: email@example.com or or by calling (765)362-5222. A museum staff person is present and hosts the investigations.
For groups up to 35 people
Night rentals of Rotary Jail Museum for Paranormal Investigations
(events typically begin 6:00 p.m. or later; most groups arrive at 8 p.m.)
$350.00 for 4-6 hours maximum (ending no later than 2 a.m.)
for up to 10 investigators; each additional investigator $20.00 each
$45.00/hr. additional rental hours for group until 2 a.m. (whole or partial hour)
$50.00/hr. additional rental hours for group after 2 a.m. (whole or partial hour)
(Groups providing a Certificate of Insurance receive a $50.00 discount off above prices)
You can stay the entire night if you like. (Most groups leave by 4 a.m.) There are also nearby hotels if you are coming from a distance; just ask if if you would like more information.
Damage/Cleaning Deposit of $100.00: This fee will be refunded within 30 days after the event if there is no damage resulting from rental activity and no cleaning is required. Please make this deposit a separate check.
Guarantee Deposit of One-half of Total Rental Fee: Due at the time application is made. The deposit is considered partial payment of the use fee, and is required to reserve the date. The fee due is for the hours and number of investigators reserved. Please note that there are no refunds if: 1) fewer investigators attend than originally planned, and/or 2) the group leaves earlier than scheduled.
The balance is due when the group arrives on the night of the investigation.
Use of the facility begins with a tour. Please keep in mind that the historic rotary jail portion of the building does not have functional air-conditioning or heat. Please dress accordingly. The Tannenbaum Cultural Center is the staging area with electrical outlets, tables/chairs, an accessible rest room, a refrigerator and microwave, heat and air-conditioning.
Note: The Tannenbaum Center is wheelchair accessible but only the first floor of the museum and jail entrance are accessible.