The Dr Pepper Museum in Waco is giving those with an interest in the paranormal the chance to tour the facility.

According to a report from our news partners at KWTX, there may be more to the Dr Pepper museum than just great cans of soda. The educational experience manager, Rachel Moore, along with other staff members of the museum have experienced some out of the ordinary happenings.

From shadows that you swear disappeared right before your eyes, to items falling off shelves mysteriously, the Dr Pepper museum seems to be a hotspot for paranormal activity.

The museum has previously held ghost tours around the Halloween season, but with paranormal experiences continuing to occur over the past 5 years, they've decided to add ghost tours twice a month.

The staff is encouraging guests to be their own paranormal investigators and will even provide equipment for you to investigate with like an EMF reader. Small groups will be led by a tour guide, the museum's lights will be off, and the power will be lowered. The ideal atmosphere for finding all things spooky and scary.

Moore doesn't believe that there's anything evil or dark residing in the building, but maybe simply imprints left by those who worked there long ago. That doesn't mean you won't have to sign a waiver though, because you never know what could happen while you hunt for ghosts in the dark. If you're down to reach out to the great unknown, then you can check for available tour dates by visiting the Dr Pepper museum's website.

There's a lot of history here in Waco, so I wouldn't be surprised if there truly were paranormal experiences happening at the museum. I can't be certain, because I've never witnessed anything out of the ordinary during my tours of the museum.

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