Bobby Mackey's Music World
Allegedly Houses a "Gateway to Hell"



 
Bobby Mackey's Music World
Allegedly Houses a "Gateway to Hell"


Zak leads the team to Wilder, KY, to investigate Bobby Mackey's Music World. With a history full of murder, suicide and satanic
cult activity, this nightclub has become known as "Hell's Gate."


 
The Bobby Mackey's Music World is a building that is self-proclaimed as "the most haunted nightclub in the USA."

"In twenty years of psychic investigations into ghosts, haunting, poltergeists and demonic like possessions, I have never encountered a more malevolent or destructive case than that which I experienced at Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky."

"Doug Hensley, in 'Hell's Gate', has taken on the formidable and dangerous task of telling the story. Through his eyes can be seen the images of the dark side of human nature and how collective Evil insidiously breaks down the spiritual protection of those who challenge it naively. This is a very convincing story, but more than that it is a nightmare of the real."


–– Bobby Mackey's Haunted History

 

Bobby Mackey's Music World is a nightclub and honky tonk that is currently owned by country singer Bobby Mackey and located on 44 Licking Pike in Wilder, Kentucky.

Situated about 8 miles (13 km) south of Cincinnati, Ohio, and near the north-flowing Licking River and a railroad, the building is self-proclaimed as "the most haunted nightclub in the USA."

The site was originally used as a slaughterhouse in the early 1800s and later torn down for construction of a roadhouse that took on various names and ownership until Bobby Mackey purchased it in 1978.


The headless corpse of Pearl Bryan was found in a field near the club in Fort Thomas, Kentucky.

A dancer named Johanna was in love with a singer who worked with her at Bobby Mackey's. Her father hated the man and murdered him, and according to urban legend, she poisoned her father and committed suicide.

According to urban legends and modern folklore, the location allegedly houses a "gateway to hell" and is haunted by Pearl Bryan and others.

Stories include Bryan's murderers being Satanists who cursed the location and vowed to haunt everyone involved in prosecuting the case.

Also according to urban legend, a dancer named Johanna committed suicide after her father murdered her lover, a singer at the club. According to Bobby Mackey, the site was originally used as a slaughterhouse in the early 19th century and later torn down for construction of a roadhouse that took on various names, such as The Brisbane, until he purchased it in 1978.