Miami Haunts blends history and mystery, hysteria and mayhem plucked from the annals of historical fact. The story of Florida is fascinating, and Miami leads the pack.

Some of the stories we researched while putting together our tour were just a bit out of the way of a walking tour. Trudging out to the Flood Road to see Al Capone’s secluded mansion, an hour away from the nearest police station, and surrounded by Croc infested swamps, was a bit more than you might be willing to do, as fascinating as it would be to see the place he allegedly silenced his enemies…

So the stories that we could not include on our tour we added to our Haunted Florida Ghosts blog, something to get you in the mood for the Miami Haunts!

We want you to be rocked back by the rollercoaster ride that is our tour. We want you to experience the cinematic flair of something exciting and surprising without any preconceptions. Nonetheless, we understand the need for a small taste of what you’re edging into. If you’re in the mood for a fast trailer, a better idea of what’s in store, then scroll down and have a quick overview of the nail-biting excitement we offer.


The exterior of Villa Casuarina - Home of spooks and ghosts long before Gianni Versace was murdered there

The Versace Mansion.

Now rebranded as the Villas, this was the place where a deranged serial killer gunned down renowned fashion icon Versace … but even before that moment that shocked the nation, the Villa had a checkered past of ghosts and ghouls.

The Pretty tree lined street of Espagnola Way - home ot artists, poets, crooks and gangsters.

Española Way

This charming street is lined with Spanish Mediterranean villas, including one that was home to poets, artists, and actors… and during the height of Prohibition, one of Al Capone’s main social hub. Find out how many bodies and ghost the Chicago outfit gifted South Beach with during Capone’s reign of terror.

The Rail Car Diner at 11th Street has a sordid past

11th Street Diner
Extended Tour Exclusive

A vestige of the past plucked straight out of rural Pennsylvania and nailed to one of Miami Beach’s most iconic corners. The diner came with a spooky history and now has even more that its fair share of phantoms and demons.