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Delray Beach is known as the “Most Fun Small Town”.  It was bestowed that moniker recently by Rand McNally, but there is more than meets the eye in this little artistic community. Life in Delray goes beyond the beach.  Consider the beach a starting point. Remember all the shipwrecks from the past, word is that ghastly apparitions of shipwreck victims wash up on Delray Beach! How would you like to come upon one of these visions?  Wicked Delray Ghost Tours can be your guide.

Your guide will introduce you to the spirits dwelling on Atlantic Avenue on a one-hour walking tour. Your guide will meet you at 8:00 PM by the fountain in Veteran’s Park carrying a lantern and dressed in black. Her fanciful stories will entertain you with perspectives you will…

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In the spirit of Halloween, here's a Jupiter ghost story on the Loxahatchee River. The tale of the haunted spirit of Trapper Nelson reportedly haunts the tranquil inland waterways of the Loxahatchee River running through Jupiter and Tequesta.  Years ago, in the early 1930’s until the late 1960’s, a strapping "casanova" known as Trapper Nelson made quite an impact on the area and the local area socialites!  He was nicknamed the “Wildman of Loxahatchee”. The ghost is said to roam Jonathan Dickinson State Park to this day.

Trapper Nelson lived deep in the wild, uninhabited land on the Loxahatchee River (which is now Jonathon Dickinson State Park).  He was born in New Jersey and his given name was Vincent Nostokovich. This man was the modern day “Croc…

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