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Unsinkable: A Titanic Story

In 1912 an event that would rock history and change the course of how we travel forever. The RMS Titanic sank beneath the ocean surface and into a world of mystery.

What really happened to the Titanic? Was it just the iceberg or was something else afoot? Explore the theories and legends with paranormalists Vince Wilson and Zeke Powerz as they use the art of storytelling magic to investigate some of more obscure possibilities with you.

A supernatural investigation at the haunted Lord Baltimore Hotel awaits you!

Featuring: The Music of Eli August!

Coming soon

The Month of Halloween is coming soon! Every weekend we will be having Ghost Tours, Spooky Magic Shows with performers such as Vlad the Gothic Magician, Dave Thomen, The Eckerts and Vince Wilson. Also coming are Haunted Murder Mystery Shows! Make sure you come dressed in your best costume! Prizes will be awarded!

All at The Lord Baltimore Hotel

Poe Death Day Tour
International Poe Festival & Awards

Poe Baltimore invites you to darken Poe’s chamber door at the second annual International Edgar Allan Poe Festival and Awards, October 5 & 6, 2019. This free, two-day outdoor event will feature Poe-themed performances, art, vendors and food, celebrating Poe’s life, works and his influence in the arts. The festival will take place directly across the street from Poe House at 203 N. Amity Street in Baltimore, in the newly-built “Poe Park” at Center/West.

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Pluto's Poe Trivia

Did you know Poe was not discovered in the gutter or the doorway of Gunner's Hall as some stories suggest?

From eapoe.org:

The next certain information about Poe is October 3, 1849, when Joseph W. Walker sent the following note to Dr. J. E. Snodgrass: “Dear Sir, — There is a gentleman, rather the worse for wear, at Ryan’s 4th ward polls, who goes under the cognomen of Edgar A. Poe, and who appears in great distress, & he says he is acquainted with you, and I assure you, he is in need of immediate assistance, Yours, in haste, Jos. W. Walker.” Ryan’s 4th Ward Polls, also known as Gunner’s Hall [Which was located at Lombard Street between High and Exeter streets. There isn't a building on the site now], was a tavern (such places were often used as election places, and voters were regularly rewarded with drinks). There appears to be no foundation for the tradition that Poe was found in a gutter, although it is at least possible that Walker came across Poe on the street outside, and helped Poe into the nearby public house to wait for the arrival of his friend. Dr. Snodgrass and Henry Herring (Poe’s uncle) came and found Poe in what they presumed was a drunken state. They agreed that he should be sent to the Washington College Hospital, and arranged for a carriage.

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