History, Highways, and Haunts, LLC is a for-profit tour company that was established in 2021 by 2 friends that share a passion for history, travel and the paranormal. Headquartered in the Historic Scott County Jail, the mission of this company is to preserve history, further paranormal research and promote tourism, while enhancing and encouraging community pride in the historic location.

Through the generosity of local citizens, local law enforcement and various other state and national law enforcement agency partners, the items displayed provide a glimpse of Scott County history, law enforcement and the evolution of crime and punishment as a whole. While most items will be on permanent display, temporary exhibits will periodically be added to the calendar of events.

Museum Tours

Unlock history at The Historic Scott County Jail. A variety of guided and self-guided museum tours are available and will allow you to explore all three levels of this historic building, as well as learn the history and legends of Huntsville.

Paranormal Tours &
Private Investigations

Built in 1904, this former jail housed some of the worst inmates from Scott County. With a history that includes the unsolved murder of a sheriff, lynching of inmates, and numerous men and women housed within its cells, the walls of the Historic Scott County Jail have a storied history to tell. Paranormal enthusiasts are welcome to tour this facility in an attempt to make contact with its reported resident spirits on a private paranormal investigation, a private ghost hunt or a public ghost hunt led by one of our professional paranormal investigators.

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  • Saturday09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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