Lincoln - Ghosts of Lincoln Bus Tours - The annual Ghosts of Lincoln Bus Tours, in Lincoln, NE, offered to the public by advance ticket sales & to
companies and private groups. The tours are family friendly, and take place in October on Tuesday and Wednesday nights from approximately 7 - 9:
20 pm or anytime of the year for your group/company. Features: 50 passenger bus with A/C, a professional driver. Ted Pool (storyteller) and I, and
50 people ride around Lincoln telling ghost stories. Boo!  Thanks! Scott Colborn.  The official ticket outlet for the tours is A Novel Idea Bookstore,
118 N. 14th St - 402-475-8663.     To contact us:  Please contact Scott Colborn, the organizer and facilitator of the annual Ghosts of Lincoln Bus
Tours, or Ted Pool, the storyteller and ghost researcher, via this page:   
The Ghosts of Lincoln bus tours are given every October via advance ticket sales and anytime of the year to your private group, company, etc. I'll
send you information on tickets, the ticket vendor and how to reach them in person and by the phone, etc. The Ghosts of Lincoln Bus Tours are fun.
Do you have a ghost story from the Lincoln, NE, area? We'd love to hear from you!      See the links page on our website for information on the
Exploring Unexplained Phenomena radio program that Scott hosts, and the Paranormal Blvd podcast that Ted co-hosts. Listen worldwide!


Carson City Ghost Walking Tours - 775-348-6279 - - SUMMER SEASON 2013 - SATURDAY NIGHTS: MAY 25, JUNE
29, JULY 20, AUGUST 17, SEPTEMBER 21, 2013.    6:30 PM.    Carson City’s rich and intriguing history is explored and theatrically relived in our
seasonal Ghost Walking Tours.   The Carson City Ghost Walk is a delightfully spooky and enjoyable way to experience Carson City’s Victorian Era
and diverse past.  Hear about lingering spirits of the past, haunted and paranormal stories. This is a spirit lead, guided walking tour of the downtown
district’s historic homes. This is a 90-minute guided walking tour leaves rain or shine.  Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the walk begins.
Tickets: All tickets $15 in advance.  $20 at the door.  Under 4 Free.   Tickets are available online at:  They are also
available by sending a check to:  Ghost Walk c/o Bruka Theatre 99 N. Virginia Street, Reno, NV  89501.  Please make checks payable to The
Carson City Ghost Walk.   Location: Tours depart from 3rd & Curry Streets adjacent to the St. Charles Hotel (Firkin & Fox Pub.)   Times: Unless
otherwise notes, walks leave @ 6:30 PM.  Please check in starts at 6:10.  Private tours are available.    Some of the outside stops along the tour
include: —   The Bliss Mansion: Built by Duane Bliss is a three story, 8,500 sq ft. mansion that was completed in 1879, built by millionaire Duane L.
Bliss, to become his dream home. This 15 room Victorian was built in the Italianate style, and was the biggest and most elaborate home in Nevada at
the time.  —   The Brewery Arts Center - Built in 1874 by the Carson Brewing Company, which produced Tahoe Beer.  The building has been
transformed into an arts center. —   Ferris Mansion - Home of George Ferris, Jr., inventor of the Ferris Wheel for the Chicago World Columbian
Exposition in 1893. —   Rinckel Mansion - Built by the fortune of Mathias Rinckel, a forward-looking meat magnate who struck it rich supplying Gold
Rushers and Lake Tahoe lumbermen.

Douglas County Historical Society’s Annual 'Haunted Weekends!' ~ held annually around Halloween-time in Minden, Gardnerville, and Genoa.  
Six events are scheduled, including two ghost investigations and a ghost hunting workshop led by the Northern Nevada Ghost Hunters. · Haunted
Minden Ghost Walk: · A Real Ghost Investigation  · Ghost Hunting Workshop  · Haunted Genoa Cemetery Tour  · Haunted Genoa Ghost Walk -  All
Haunted Weekend events cost $5; tickets for the ghost investigations and workshops are limited and can be purchased in advance at the Carson
Valley Museum & Cultural Center, 1477 U.S. 395, Suite B in Gardnerville. Details: 775-782-2555;, click on
Calendar/Events.    For more on staying in Carson Valley, contact the Carson Valley, contact the Carson Valley Visitors Authority, 782-8145 or www.

Genoa Historic Ghost Tours -  775-220-0605 - - Come walk with us through the historic town of Genoa -
Nevada's oldest settlement.  See, hear and feel the history of the Genoa Bar, The Genoa Court House, The Dake House, The Genoa Cemetery,
The Hanging Tree and much, much more!  You might meet historic figures such as Snowshoe Thompson - famous “Mailman of the Sierra”, the
Mormon Settlers, the riders of the Pony Express or even former inhabitants of several century old buildings!  What to Bring: Our walk through the
town will take us on nearly all-flat terrain, however the ground can be uneven at times, so please wear good walking shoes. We also encourage you
to wear layered clothing, as this is a year-round tour.  Also, a bottle of water would be a good idea.You are welcome to bring your cameras, video
and voice recorders. You never know what might show up for you on these devices… Even if it’s only the beautiful scenery around the town!
Length of Tour:  Nearly 2 miles walking outside and inside some select buildings, plus an additional personal tour of the Genoa Cemetery.

Goodsprings, NV - Goodsprings Ghost Hunt - 702-677-6499 - (866) 218-4935 - - - - - This
spirited and spooky ghost hunt will take you to the haunting grounds of Goodsprings, Nevada. Renowned Las Vegas ghost hunter Robert George
Allen now makes it possible for you to visit this once thriving mining town and explore it’s resident spirits. According to the “History Channel,” there
are two ghosts that haunt the 90 year old Pioneer Saloon and Gallery. The Pioneer houses bullet holes in the side of the building and a coroner's
letter describing how they were created. The old saloon is said to be "haunted" by the gun shot victim's ghost, as well as the spirit of and old miner.
Both ghosts have been seen by many employees and saloon visitors over the years. Other ghostly sightings have been experienced in and around
the remains of the town as well, making it a perfect location for a ghost hunt. Join us on this Paranormal Adventure!

Haunted Las Vegas Ghost Tours -  For General Ticket Information - Contact: Explore Vegas: 702-677-6499 - - - -   toll-free: 866-218-4935 - -  - This spirited and spooky ghost tour will take you to the haunting grounds of Bugsy Siegel,
Liberace, Redd Foxx and Elvis. Robert Allen, creator of Haunted Vegas Tours now makes it possible to visit such eerie sites by offering a guided
Tour and Show, featuring Sin City's Darkest Ghostly Secrets. According to Allen, who consulted with Tim Cridland, a paranormal historian and
Janice Oberding, author of the book "Haunted Nevada," there are more than 21 places where paranormal activity has been documented in Las
Vegas. The tour covers such sites as the "Motel of Death,"  where numerous celebrity deaths have occurred and the former home of a Las Vegas
legend where his ghost continues to haunt despite numerous attempts to exorcise it.

The Vegas Mob Tour - Relive Sin City's Dark Past!  For General Ticket Information - Contact: Explore Vegas: 702-677-6499 - -  The Mob & Las Vegas!  *  "Bugsy" Seigel -Celebrity Deaths  *  Murders & Suicides * - The FBI Unsolved Vegas Mysteries
& More THE GREEK ISLES CASINO - The experience begins with tales about the mob's connection with Vegas. You'll visit the sites where murders,
strange disappearances and
mob activity occurred. Your tour guides, dressed in Pinstriped Suits and Fedoras, weave "eerie" stories about Las
Vegas' darkest secrets. Strange tales of Sin City's colorful past fill the air. Guests learn the truth about the notorious gangster/casino builder
Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, infamous mob enforcer Tony "The Ant" Spilotro, casino boss Frank "Lefty"Rosenthal, as well as celebrity deaths, suicides
and many other strange and puzzling Nevada mysteries.

Virginia City - Guided Ghost walking tours of Virginia City - 775-815-1050 - - Hear the stories - See the places!
Ticket price $20 per person for regular tours. (Cash transactions only.) The tour begins at the famous Silver Queen.

New Hampshire

Manchester- "For the Feint of Heart" Ghost Tours- By Ghost Quest- (603) 661-1886- Held annually April- November

Manchester-The "I Think I Saw Something" Ghost Tours- By Ghost Quest- (603) 661-1886- annually April-Nov

Manchester- The "What the Hell Was That!" Ghost Tours- By Ghost Quest- (603) 661-1886- annually April- Nov.

Portsmouth - Haunted Pubs of Portsmouth Walk ~ Join us on our favorite tour, for new stories -- the Northeast's only Haunted Pub Tour! These
unique tours visit some of Portsmouth's Taverns that are both historic and haunted.  Hear about the legacy and history of the locations along with
stories of hauntings that haven't been told to the general public - until now. Who is the mischievous ghost who knocks down glasses and locks doors
in one local Pub? Who are the ladies that are dressed in 19th century gowns that peer from the windows of a local tavern? Was there a Pub that
became an Inn where the spirits threw bottles of alcohol out the windows and why? Plus, we will go into a pub on each tour to sample the
atmosphere, history and perhaps a beverage or two. Portsmouth has a brewery history dating back to colonial times. Following the Civil War, beer
and ale-making became Portsmouth's dominant industry. The breweries included the Eldredge Brewery and Frank Jones Brewery, which at the time
was America's largest ale-maker. We will cover the fascinating stories and legends from at least 7 of Portsmouth's distinctive pubs. Plus, learn some
surprising facts from brewing history. The surroundings of wonderfully appointed taverns provide the backdrop for a tour you won't soon forget. This
tour has been featured in publications nationwide from Portsmouth Magazine to Better Homes and Gardens - come on and join us to find out what
the "buzz"is all about.  This tour is also available for private functions and group tours. These walks meet at 177 State Street, downtown Portsmouth.
There is a parking garage nearby. This tour is held rain, snow or shine (it can be held mostly indoors). Please keep in mind that our October tours
sell out quickly. This tour is by reservation ONLY. Due to space and facility limitations we cannot accept walkups for this tour. We also reserve the
right to remove *anyone who becomes disruptive from this tour* at our discretion. Delicious appetizer buffet included. We have given our tour guests
goosebumps time and again on this tour. $25.00 per person. The tour is about two and a half hours.     The Northeast's only Haunted Pub Tour!
This tour is by reservation ONLY. New England Curiosities Walking Tours.  (207) 439-8905 -

Maritime Mysteries and Ghostly Lighthouse Lore Walk- New England Curiosities Walking Tours- (207) 439-8905 - This guided
tour visits the beautiful Portsmouth waterfront to explore the chilling and sometimes amusing stories from local landmarks. As we journey through the
shadows of beautiful Prescott Park incredible history unfolds. See the location of Portsmouth's turn of the 20th century museum of "oddities". Truth
is stranger than fiction with stories from the now abandoned Portsmouth Naval prison. A quick stop at New Hampshire's oldest graveyard will also be
highlighted on the tour. Secret tunnels, infamous murders and much more are unearthed from Portsmouth's waterfront. Our footsteps will fall in one
of the Seacoast's most historic neighborhoods, a neighborhood with a very dark past. Plus, if you are wondering if there are ghosts haunting our
local Seacoast lighthouses today we will share tales of personal haunted experiences and investigations at local lighthouses. Step back in time with
us as we explore and uncover local mysterious history. This tour is great for locals and tourists alike, with great picture opportunities! And if you like
gardens, you will love visiting Prescott Park. $12.00 for adults $8.00 for children. 2008 Tour Dates: Wednesday October 8th at 7:00 pm, & Friday,
October 17th at 7:00 pm

Portsmouth - Legends, Ghosts and Graves Tour - (207) 439-8905 - This extended tour visits many historic locations in
downtown Portsmouth and includes a trip to New Hampshire's oldest graveyard the Point of Graves. We have unearthed local ghost stories, true
tales of tragedy, crime, murder, mystery, witchcraft, and lost loves especially for this journey.  What is the tale of the Gloucester House? Where was
the ghostly huntsman going down the shadowy streets? Did Harry Houdini perform in Portsmouth, and does his spirit still haunt one particular
location? How have 19th century fires changed Portsmouth's landscape? What strange legends come from underneath local streets? Were there
witches on the Seacoast before the Salem witch trial hysteria? What was it like living in the nation's first poor house, and where was it located? What
happened at a fateful party in the 1800's to a man who lost everything - including his mind? Answers to all these questions and much more. Learn
about the evolution and transformation of this "Old Town By The Sea" we promise you won't look at it the same way after the tour. Walk with your
costumed guide for two and a half hours of spectral stories you won't hear any where else that will leave you wondering about local haunted history.
This tour is terrific for groups! These walks meet at our parlor at Molly Malones, 177 State Street in Portsmouth. Due to private tour commitments,
we will not be offering this tour in 2008. $20.00 for Adults, $10.00 for children under 12. Advance reservations strongly suggested, as tours sell out
quickly. Bring your camera, video camera and flashlight for our excursion into the graveyard.

Portsmouth - Shadows and Stones Tour - Explore New Hampshire's oldest graveyard, dating from the late 1600's, with New England Curiosities. We
will guide you through the shadows of the past to hear tales of witchcraft, lost souls, and mysterious happenings from local graveyards. This tour
also highlights the transitions in burial and cemetery customs and traditions from Colonial times through the present. What stories have been buried
with Portsmouth's notable citizens? Learn about gravestone symbolism and view some of the most amazing 17th and 18th Century stones in
Northern New England. Join us under the tall pines in the scenic Point of Graves cemetery and listen to see if you can hear the ghostly footsteps
behind you. View handcarved skulls and crossbones, winged skulls, the hourglass that ran out nearly 300 years ago, and cherubs - some angelic
and others startling. We will also tell amazing tales from other nearby graveyards in Portsmouth. Decide for yourself if this is a peaceful resting place
or a place where some spirits don't rest quietly. Our spirited tour is about one hour long. Make sure to bring your camera along! Meeting at the Point
of Graves cemetery on Mechanic Street, adjacent to Prescott Park off of Marcy Street along the Portsmouth waterfront. Bring your camera, video
camera and flashlight for our rare night time excursions into the graveyard. 2008 Tour Dates: Friday, October 10th at 6:00 pm, and Friday, October
24th at 6:00 pm. This tour is popular for private groups and schools. If you are interested in booking this tour on a date and time of your choosing
please contact us. $10.00 for Adults, $8.00 for children under 12.
Explore New Hampshire's oldest graveyard, dating from the late 1600's!  (207) 439-8905

Portsmouth-- Psychic Development Class & Ghost Tour!  Learn to develop your own Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) abilities and put them to use.
Have you ever asked yourself “how do I develop my psychic intuition?” This basic class will introduce fundamental concepts of psychic development,
energy building exercises to raise your vibrational abilities, use of the third eye to “see” energy, as well as tools for psychic protection. We will then
proceed on a ghost tour and put our new found tools to the test. Class time is 2 1/2 hours, and there will be a 45 minute ghost tour afterwards.
Instructors for the class will be Dr. Chris Bashaw, RN, shamanic practitioner, psychic intuitive, and Buddhist Priest - and Roxie Zwicker, Proprietor of
New England Curiosities. Space is very limited, please sign up early. Appetizer menu included. This event takes place at a historic Portsmouth
restaurant. $35 per person. Friday October 5th at 7:00 pm-  --------------    207-439-8905

Portsmouth - Historic Portsmouth Legends and Ghosts Walks - (207) 439-8905 - Portland Magazine says - "Getting scared half
to death - and loving it!"  These walks bring you past some of the most historic and haunted locations in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Hear about
the Phantom of the Music Hall, mysterious disappearances, wrongly accused women, eccentric and amazing residents, ghostly lights in historic
buildings, vengeful spirits and much more. Find out what ghost hunters discovered at the John Paul Jones House, and find out if there's more than
one ghost residing in the Sise Inn. Was the "Father of the American Navy" a pirate? Learn about the many secrets that exist underneath Portsmouth
city streets. Plus, find out where to look for mysterious faces in one local historic building. Let us guide your way to discovering the stunning period
architecture of Portsmouth that is just waiting to be appreciated. The walk is filled with fascinating facts about Portsmouth the "City of the open
door", and little known history as well, woven with intriguing ghost stories. Our haunted tales span from Colonial days through current times. In about
one hour and a half we will span hundreds of years and journey back through time for a most memorable experience. This tour was featured on the
Travel Channel and New Hampshire Chronicle. These walks meet at 177 State Street, Portsmouth. There is a parking garage nearby. This is our
most popular tour and is our flagship walk! Please dress appropriately for the outdoor weather. The tour is approximately an hour and a half. 2008
Tour Dates: Saturday, October 11th at 5:00 pm. ***Sold out. Saturday, October 18th at 5:00 pm-- Wednesday, October 22th at 7:00 pm-- Saturday,
October 25th at 5:00 pm. ***50% sold out. --Wednesday, October 29th at 7:00 pm -- Friday, October 31st at 6:00 pm. ***50% sold out. Still only
$10.00 for adults, $8.00 for children under the age of 12. Reservations suggested.

Seacoast Haunted Lighthouses Tours - Don't miss out on our Haunted Lighthouses of the Seacoast Ghost Walks! On this tour you will see three
lighthouses, Whaleback, the Isles of Shoals, and Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. Please do note - We do not enter any lighthouses on this tour.
This is a very easy walk through Fort Constitution in New Castle. A portion of the proceeds from these walks go to lighthouse preservation for the
Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. Lonely lighthouse beacons beckon to you to listen to their ghostly tales. Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse
was one of the original 10 lighthouse locations in the nation - what haunted stories can it tell? The Isles of Shoals lighthouse, Whaleback lighthouse,
and other coastal lights have their mysterious stories of lost loves at sea, lighthouse keepers and ghost ships. The dramatic setting makes for an
unforgettable journey into lost chapters of local maritime history and lore. What is the devil's oven? Who is the ghostly Woman In White? What
happened to the crew of the Nottingham Galley that was stranded on Boon Island in the winter of 1710? Answers to these questions and much
more... $10 for adults and $8.00 for children, one hour tour. We are accepting group reservations for this tour, for the remainder of October 2008.
Minimum of 10.  (207) 439-8905 -

Portsmouth- Special Halloween Tour 2008 - All Hallow's Eve Ghosts - New England Curiosities will be hosting a special two hour Halloween night tour
in Portsmouth. Friday night, October 31st, 2008 at 8:00 pm. Join your costumed guide for a lantern lit walk through the spooky Point of Graves
cemetery in Portsmouth, the oldest cemetery in New Hampshire, as we share our favorite ghostly graveyard tales from our favorite burial ground.
Take a look at our ghoulish photos taken out of our dusty archives of the cemetery taken by other tour guests. We will try to make contact with the
specters there by dowsing with pendulums dowsing rods and by other methods. Cross the into the mysterious world of divination on this tour...pull a
Rune Stone from our ghostly bag during the evening and have your fortune told. Then it's over to the waterfront gardens, as we sit surrounded by
lighted pumpkins for tales of local Colonial witches and Halloween ghost stories. Hot cider, Halloween candy and souvenirs for everyone. $18 for
adults, $12 for children- ~ Phone #:  207-439-8905

Portsmouth- Witches Luncheons 2008! Learn about the history, mystery and tales of New England Witches during a unique lunch presentation with
a costumed guide. This visual presentation will bring guests on a journey from Colonial times to present times in New England. Historic local tales
(that you may not have heard before) of northern New England witches and unusual witchcraft superstitions will be told in an environment dressed
for the Halloween season. A delicious lunch buffet is included, $30 per person, inclusive. Come in your best ~Witchy~ costume, if you like. Fun
souvenirs and giveaways included for all attendees. This event takes place at the Blue Mermaid, (between the Hilton and the Sheraton) 409 The Hill,
Portsmouth. Saturday, October 18th, 2008 & Saturday, October 25th, 2008 at 12:30 pm - - (207) 439-8905

New Jersey

Keyport Ghost Tours - - (732) 500-6262- Join us for lantern-led walking tours of historic Keyport. Learn about the
history and mystery of this quaint shore town. Tours start at 8:30 pm, and last just over one hour. Tours meet where the new gazebo on West Front
Street used to be, across from Expresso Joe's - and tours run rain or shine.  New stories have been added to the tour route, so we hope those of
you who came last year will join us again for another great night! Reservations are appreciated by calling us at 732-500-6262. *Due to the exciting
changes coming to the Keyport waterfront, please check here weekly for updates about the tour.  Since the gazebo has been moved, we will meet at
the new stage area that is in its place, at the Mini Park. Just find Espresso Joe's and we meet right across the street! In October, tours also run on
Fridays and Halloween night! Private tours are available for groups of 8 or more.  Enjoy dinner at one of the fantastic local eateries and then take a
relaxing, but haunted, stroll through town.  For more information, choose the link for private tours and request additional information. Tickets are
available the night of the tour, starting at 8:00 pm or you can buy your tickets online at a discounted price.  Just click on the link to purchase
tickets...... Captain Kidd, who had originally been employed to rid the seas of pirates, became one himself. Captain Kidd experienced a short-lived
pirating career, but in it he managed to have a great many people killed, some of whom he himself murdered in cold blood. Some of whom might
return to the waters off Keyport seeking revenge...

Mount Holly-  Haunted Holly Ghost Tours {on Friday the 13th} - 609-914-0811- Since 2006, Main Street Mount
Holly has organized the Haunted Holly Ghost Tour every time the 13th day of the month falls on a Friday!

Ghost Tours of Ocean City - 609-814-0199 - - Join us on the Jersey Shore's most unique and entertaining tour as we
stroll the avenues and historic town center of the beautiful resort town of Ocean City, NJ. Listen to tales of the unknown and folklore of the shore.
Experience the Jersey Shore's most unique and entertaining tour where fun in the sun turns into fear in the dark! Stroll along the quaint streets of
Ocean City's historic town center and discover the haunting tales of Emily and her lost lover, the Sindia's cursed treasure, the horror of the Jersey
Devil, and more! This one of a kind haunted history tour is the perfect complement to days on the beach and nights on the Boardwalk. Great
entertainment for family reunions, birthday parties, camps, scouts, and gatherings for almost any occasion, the Ghost Tour of Ocean City is a terrific
way to see the sights of "America's Greatest Family Resort." The guides of the Ghost Tour of Ocean City are accomplished storytellers who bring wit
and wisdom to each of their tours, ensuring a hauntingly good time for all ages!

Ghost tours of Cape May - (609) 884-4202 -

Cape May - Elaine's Ghost Tours of Cape May - -  609-884-1199 - Join us for a "spirited" journey through the
Victorian Streets of Cape May as we explore the eerie history of this charming seaside resort. Our one hour outside walking tour takes an
entertaining and unnerving look at some of the most haunted sites in Cape May. Tours leave from the Haunted Mansion Restaurant nightly.

Cape May - Haunted Cape May Walking Ghost Tours - 609-463-8984 - Join us for a distinctly different tour of Cape that will haunt you for
the rest of your life! 727 Beach Ave. at the Hotel Macomber.

Cape May - Midnight at the Physick Estate - Friday, October 25, 2013 - 11:00 PM - 11:59 PM   For more information, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-
4278.   25 lucky people each night get to spend midnight in the haunted Physick Estate with author and ghost investigator Craig McManus, who will
share his experiences and perhaps channel a spirit or two. $35 per person. Limited event...reservations required.

Cape May - Ghosts of Cape May Trolley Tour - Call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 for reservations - - Take a ride along
Cape May’s enchanting streets past properties known for their “spirited” activity and hear their haunting tales!    * Historic Haunts Combo: Combine
the Ghosts of Cape May Tour with a visit to the 1879 Emlen Physick Estate to learn about the Victorians’ fascination with spiritualism and today’s
methods of “ghost hunting!”  Sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts (MAC). Wheelchair accessible trolley tours are offered, subject to
availability. Various dates and times.

Cape May - Ghosts of the Lighthouse Trolley Tours - Call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 for reservations. Travel the ghostly path that leads to the
Cape May Lighthouse. Listen to the ghost tales along the way that have been unearthed by psychic medium Craig McManus. Feel the presence of
the spirits at the Light. Climb to the top or stay below. Enjoy your ghostly experience! Limited to 33 tourgoers. $20 for adults; $15 for children (ages
3-12). Call for dates and times.

New Jersey Ghost Tours - (Rutgers University)-  723-932-4636- The Ghost Tour of Rutgers is a fun look at some of the eerie tales and local
legends associated with the area. Annually, in October, many Ghost Tours are offered weekly. Tours are given to the Rutgers community and the

The Ghost Tour of Rutgers is a fun look at some of the eerie tales and local legends associated with the area. Annually, in October, many Ghost
Tours are offered weekly. Tours are given to the Rutgers community and the public. Caped student Knight Guides from RU-info will take you on a
lantern-lit tour of the Voorhees Mall and Old Queen's areas of campus and relate tales about Rutgers' most haunted locations. Tour groups are not
allowed entry to campus buildings and no actors are employed to frighten guests. RU-info is not responsible for any cold spots, ghostly sighs, or
spectral images you may experience on the tour. Please note: The Ghost Tour of Rutgers is a walking tour conducted completely outdoors. In case
of inclement weather, the tour will go on, so please dress accordingly. Umbrellas are permitted. The tours begin at the Campus Information Services
building, Riverstede, located at 542 George Street (corner of George Street & Seminary Place) and last approximately one hour. Subject to the
availability of the Knight Guide staff, the Ghost Tour of Rutgers may be scheduled year-round for a nominal fee.  For more information about this or
any of the RU-info historical tours, please telephone:  732-932-4636

New Mexico

Albuquerque-  Ghost Trolley Tours hosted by Albuquerque Trolley - "Trolley of Terror"  505-240-8000 - You can buy tickets online as well.....Click
HERE.   ABQ Trolley Co. & Tours of Old Town   Join us on a 90-minute driving tour on-board a completely-custom, uniquely - ABQ, open-air Trolley
as we travel the streets of ABQ with the Paranormal Society of Albuquerque. Still photography is welcome. Guests are encouraged to dress in
costume - there will be a costume contest on each tour. There will also be plenty of Halloween trivia with great prizes from contributing local
businesses. ABQ, a city of legends and one of North American's oldest cities, is steeped both in history and the paranormal. Throughout the city lurk
the shades of yesteryear, surrounded by the memories of public hangings, duels, horrific murders and locations haunted by those who have passed
over to the other side. Vengeful lovers, murdered soldiers and mysterious specters await around every turn! Be among the few who are
adventurous enough to see ABQ as it has never been seen before - through the eyes of trained ghost hunters! Availability for this special attraction
is limited to 34 passengers per tour. Buy your tickets early to guarantee your seat on the Trolley of Terror. The Trolley of Terror departs from
Historic Old Town - Plaza Don Luis (303 Romero St. NW). Please check in 15 minutes early. Note: The Trolley of Terror is rated PG-13. Please
contact us for more information and for sponsorship opportunities. Tickets will also be available for purchase on-board the Trolley. The Trolley will
arrive 30 minutes prior to each tour to sell tickets,  We accept cash, Visa, Master Card, Discover Card and American Express. We highly recommend
buying tickets online in advance. Adults: $40.00 + tax.  Students (with ID): $30.00 + tax.

Albuquerque - Ghost Tours of Old Town -  (505) 246-8687 -  - Legends, folklore, ghost stories and history come to life
as you depart on an intriguing excursion through 300 years of haunted history. Old Town was founded in 1706, and for more than three centuries
people have lived and died around the Old Town Plaza. The historic buildings and dark alleys conceal the long-forgotten secrets of battles,
murders, hangings, and hidden cemeteries.  Professional Tour Guides escort you on a 90-minute, lantern-lit adventure. You will search for the lost
souls of early residents, Civil War phantoms, spooks, specters, wandering apparitions and over one dozen other ghosts who have made Old Town
their eternal home.   Learn the history and basics of Ghost Hunting as you hear the chilling stories of actual events. Old Town is one of the most
actively haunted locations in North America. Residents, employees and tourists have all experienced unexplained phenomena. From actual sightings
of full apparitions which seem to vanish impossibly into thin air; to disembodied voices heard in empty buildings; even objects moving mysteriously
on their own. Come with an open mind and bring your digital camera. Guests have captured many curious unexplained phenomena in photos taken
during the tour. Review the evidence, and then decide for yourself the possibility of the existence of ghosts. GHOST Tours are held NIGHTLY at 8:
00pm- Reservations REQUIRED! Private Ghost Tours availablefor Groups! Call for reservations:  (505) 246-TOUR

Albuquerque - Coming Soon......Old Town History in a HEARSE...!  (505) 246-8687 - a 90 minute riding tour in an
actual Hearse! This Tour highlights the life and accomplisments of interesting people from Old Town's past inlcuding a visit to their final resting
places. More information coming soon! Don't let your first ride in a hearse be your last...

Albuquerque- Moonlight Ghost Tours - Call for dates & times-  (505) 246-TOUR- - Discover the darker side of Old Town
by the light of the full moon...  Hear the fascinating legends, myths, folklore & superstitions that surround the moon and its phases. The Ghost's of
wild Saloons, roaring dance halls, illicit opium dens and private gambling tables (and the lynchings, hangings and gunfights which often
accompanied the activity of these establishments)  are detailed during our 90 minute Full Moon adventures. Advance pre-paid reservations
required! Moonlight Tours last from 90 minutes to 2 hours  Space is limited.

Albuquerque- Ghost Hunting Tours - (505) 246-8687 - - This is your chance to become a real Ghost Hunter and
actually participate in a paranormal investigation in Old Town! Certified Paranormal Investigators will guide you through Old Town's most haunted
locations while teaching you the basics of Ghost Hunting. Hear the reported ghost stories while collecting your own evidence. The Tour includes
ghost hunting techniques and equipment usage such as electro magnetic field (EMF) detectors, digital thermometers, dousing rods, and digital
recorders. Bring your own digital camera and come with an open mind... You will investigate at least three locations during your Ghost Hunt - To
participate in Ghost Hunting Tours, you will be required to sign a liability waiver - Ghost Hunting Tours are for entertainment purposes only.  
Advance pre-paid reservations required! Ghost Hunting Tours last between 2 to 3 hours - Space is limited - Private Ghost Hunt Tours may be
scheduled for Groups of 4 people or more. NOT suggested for children under the age of 13

Albuquerque- Outlaws, Lawmen & Ghosts Tours- * Walking Tour * - Private Group Tours of 6 to 20 people - Tour may be held on day and time of
your choice.  A  90 - minute, themed character, walking Magic Show combined with the Ghost Tour - for Private Group Tours of 6 to 20 people.
Advance pre-paid reservations required! NOT suggested for children under the age of 10. Call for more information:
(505) 246-TOUR -

Albuquerque- ~ NEW INDOOR SHOW ~ (505) 246-8687 -  Old Town Ghost Theater presents: Milton J. Yarberry- Outlaw, Lawman & Ghost Magic
Show! Come in from the cold & enjoy this INDOOR show - Not recommended for the those with a weak heart, bladder or bowel- Reservations
Required! Don't miss out...  Get your tickets today! Milton Yarberry was HANGED ~ FEBRUARY 9, 1883 - Dead man talking ~~~ dead men DO tell
tales! Do you like history, ghosts and magic? Then you’ll love our interactive, 60-minute, indoor, Magic Show hosted by the spirited ghost of
Albuquerque's first Town Constable, Milton J. Yarberry! This unique show features true stories blended with humor & magical effects. Milton J.
Yarberry was exactly the type of man who laid foundations for the American West while pursuing his personal obsessions. In the heart of the historic
Old Town area, today's the art galleries, restaurants & retail shops were once wild saloons, rough gambling halls and numerous "houses of
negotiated affection." Hear how corruption, scandal and lawlessness plagued Albuquerque with the coming of the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe
Railroad in 1880, bringing the need for law & order. Now you can experience Old Town through the eyes of Constable, Milton J. Yarberry. After
being convicted for murder, he met his fate at the end of a hangman's noose in 1883... Discover the magic, myths & legends of the west’s least
competent Lawman. The stories are all true, but the names might have been changed to protect the dead! Private Shows available for Groups of 10
people or more! When Milton Yarberry comes back to “visit”, you’ll find him almost as quick with his witty remarks, as he was with his six shooter. A
bit short tempered, we don’t let him wear his hardware, but that won’t stop him from occasionally shooting off his mouth...Tickets are $10/ a piece.--
Call for dates & times:   (505) 246-8687 - - Truly a subject of gallows humor ~ a definite MUST SEE in Albuquerque!

Albuquerque- The Albuquerque Ghost Tours- - (505) 323-8097 -  a 2-hour sight-seeing adventure aboard our haunted hearse,
Grace!  Also available: Ghost tours, Ghost Hunting Retreats, Haunted History Tours and special events in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Tombstone,
Cloudcroft, Lincoln, Socorro, Austin and other selected areas across the southwest! Brought to you by the acclaimed
Southwest Ghost Hunter's Association.   Haunted Adventures, the ultimate paranormal experience in the Southwest!

Cimarron - Legends By Lantern Light - Guided Historic Tours of Old Town Cimarron - (575) 445-8373 - -
Join us for a Legends by Lantern Light Tour and be entertained with the history of Cimarron in the 1800s including stories from the Colfax County
War, infamous tales of outlaws such as Black Jack Ketchum and lawman Clay Allison, and more! Enjoy an evening stroll through many of Cimarron's
historic sites by lantern light accompanied by interpretive guide, Jared Chatterley.  Tours also feature ghost stories of the St. James Hotel. Tour
Schedule: SUMMER (Memorial Day to Labor Day)-Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm. Please make a reservation by 6:30 pm at (575) 445-8373.Scout
Troops and other group tours welcome! There are no regularly schedule tours from Sept. 3 through May 20 unless special arrangements are made
for groups of 6 or more. For Group Tours throughout the year:Please email  or call (575) 445-8373.  Admission:$8
per person.  Children 5 and under are free. Sorry, no credit cards. Tours depart from the St. James Hotel on Highway 21.  

Mesilla - La Morena Walking Tours of Mesilla, incorporating ghost stories and historical tales. To book a tour, call (575) 647-2639. Preciliana
Sandoval, a fifth-generation native hisotorian invites you to take a walking tour of Mesilla. Visit historic battle sites, hear romantic ghost stories, and
feel the centuries old grace of Old Mesilla.  No state-of-the-art ghost shenanigans survey would be complete without consulting Preciliana Sandoval,
a founder and coordinator of the region's biggest regional borderland spirit invitational, the Calavera Coalition's annual Dia de los Muertos
celebration. It starts with building of shrines, followed by two days of ofrenda (shrine) displays, food, music, dance, arts and crafts and general Dead
Day activities, closing with a traditional procession to the Mesilla Cemetery, featuring flowers, costumes and lots of sound and fury contributed by
everything from musical instruments to noisemakers. If that doesn't wake the dead, what will? Maybe getting the timing just right....

Santa Fe Ghost and History Tours - 505-986-5002 / Cell: 505-231-1336 - - Hosted by author and investigator Allan
Pacheco! Allan guides you through old Santa Fe, as you trek by the haunted places and in some cases visit the abode of the haunting or where the
deed was done! As in, this is where it all started, the upshot being the macabre tale, and the ghostly sightings. This is not your "
REGULAR" ghost tour. It's a tour that encompasses all of the paranormal. Hauntings-ghosts, ufo's, cow mutilations, hangings, lies, legends,
beheadings, urban legends. Macabre tales from colonial days to modern times, is presented. Santa Fe, being the oldest town in the USA, abounds
in "things that go bump in the dark" Photos of the paranormal are shown on Allan's tours. Sometimes things, energy, or ghosts are
photographed on his ghost tour. BRING A CAMERA! You never can tell! If you want a tour that is fun, sometimes scary and is fully researched Allan
is your man. Tours are around 90 minutes long. Call Allan and book a private tour, if you want Alfred Hitchcock type suspense stories this is the
expedition to sign up for.

Santa Fe Ghost Tours - (Ghosts, Legends & Spirits Walk) - Aspook About  Ghost Tours - 505-988-2774 - - Ghosts,
Mysteries, Legends And The Not Quite Dead-- Skeptics May Not Feel Or Hear What We’re Going To Experience : Not All Cries In The Night Belong
To Dogs And Cats- Some Cold Breezes Are Not What They Seem . . . .  In the evening, as darkness falls, take a short walk into Santa Fe’s less well
known past, a past filled with mysteries, unanswered questions and the not quite dead - - our ghost tour. This is a fun walk, including visits to many
of the buildings and places where unexplainable things have happened - and are still happening, with the story behind the events. This is a
lighthearted but thought provoking look into the inevitable result of 400 years of Spanish folklore, encircled by 1700 years of Pueblo tradition, both
surrounded by Apache, Navajo and Comanche, topped off with the wild west. We visit many of the buildings and sites where unexplainable things
have happened - - -And are still happening. Reservations Required: 505-988-2774-  5:30 PM Friday from inside Eldorado Hotel's lobby -5:30 PM
Saturday and Monday from inside La Posada Resort and Spa's lobby -$13; Under 6 free; Tour ends about  7 PM - Group Rates and Private Tours
available - Children: Hold your parents' hand during the tour if they get scared!  Skeptics will be transmuted into adobe bricks.

Santa Fe- Ghostwalkers: Santa Fe Ghost Tours- 505.986.8388 - - Departs every TUESDAY & FRIDAY night from
Hilton Santa Fe @ 5:30pm and historic La Fonda Hotel @ 6:00pm- Call Historic Walks for advance reservations - (505) 986-8388- Santa
Fe's most
entertaining tour! Something rustles in the bushes...what's behind that tree? Find out on a fascinating journey back in time where you'll hear the
legendary folk tales of the Pueblos, Spanish and Wild, wild West! Bring your camera in case we have a "ghostly" encounter! Sightings have been
reported! Featured on the Travel Channel -"Mysteries of Route 66!"  Ghostwalkers: $13 / person- Led by professional guide/reenactor  Allan "Tex"
Wheeler portraying William Becknell - "Father of the Santa Fe Trail"!

Santa Fe- Spiritwalkers: $30/person- 10-15 person minimum- Infamous spirits and legendary figures "COME ALIVE" from Santa Fe's historic past in
Old Santa Fe on this adventurous journey back in time!! Led by costumed professional guide....... Cameras are a must! Call ahead for reservations
- (505) 986-8388---- 505.986.8388-

Santa Fe- Hearse Ghost Tours - (505) 920-5284 - A woman who goes by the name Dee Ann bought a hearse from an Albuquerque funeral home
and got to work creating what she hopes will keep drawing tourists and locals alike — ghost-themed driving tours! The white hearse from which she
offers the tours is modified to hold eight passengers. They sit in swiveling plastic chairs mounted to the bed where some 2,000 corpses took their
final journey to a graveyard or crematorium.  It's not just hearse-riders who are getting a kick out of the vehicle's new presence downtown. Passers-
by do double takes and burst into their own ghost sounds as the hearse creeps by, fake blood on its windows and a rubber skeleton bobbing on top.
The tour first cruises streets around the Plaza, stopping in front of the former territorial courthouse on Palace Avenue, Marian Hall and the Old St.
Vincent Hospital, and other buildings with reputations for ghost sightings, including a stop at La Posada to tell the story of the city's most-talked
about ghost, Julia Staab — a woman who immigrated to Santa Fe in the 1880s from Germany, and is purported never to have left her former home
on East Palace Avenue. The trip is capped off by a journey to Staab's grave at Fairview Cemetery, a place where Dee Ann encourages visitors to
take pictures in front of the headstones. Dee Ann said she's continually researching her collection of local ghost lore and history books to improve
the tour each night. She's also planning to meet soon with a local historian to continue that effort. Tours began last month, she said, and will
continue as long as there is interest. Cost is $15 per person; tours are available seven days a week by reservation. Tours last about one hour and
15 minutes.

The Dark Side of Santa Fe Ghost Tours: Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends - (505) 988-8022 - - or-----
------- --- Absolutely the most fun walking tour ever! Come with the ghost tour guide for Travel Channel who has lived in two
haunted houses in Santa Fe. Hear about the ever-present personalities behind the walls of both public and private buildings in Santa Fe. Learn
where you too might meet a ghost. Even if you are a non-believer, have fun learning about the unseen inhabitants in the oldest capital city in the
US. $14/9/pp. Sundays, Thursdays, 5:30 and 7:30 PM or by appointment.- Call (505) 988-8022 for reservations

Ghost Tour of Santa Fe - (866) 214-6770 - (Led by Santa Fe Destinations) - Take a chilling tour through the shadows to learn the secrets of Santa
Fe. Trace the lives and deaths, the myths and legends, and the history and folktales of Santa Fe from Colonial times through the Wild West, into
statehood and beyond. Learn about such exciting characters as “La Tules” and her loans to the Army, and the ghost of Julia Staab. The guide will
recount the Indian, Spanish and Anglo superstitions, as well as stories of vigilantes, gunfights, murders and hangings—the ghosts that haunt, and
the things that go bump in the night just scratch the surface of what’s to be found!

Taos - Ghost of Taos Walking Tours from Taos Plaza - 575-613-5330 - - Melody Elwell Romancito will guide you on a
different kind of journey through the streets and alleyways of Paranormal Taos Plaza. One that tells the stories the Ghosts of Taos long to share.
Meet at Taos Plaza at the gazebo at Twilight (or just before sunset). We find the light at sunset to be most conducive for a journey through the
ghostly past of Taos. The tour stays spontaneous and Ghosts of Taos offers tours almost any evening – depending on demand – and we’ve been
known to schedule a tour at the drop of a hat, but it is best if guests can call ahead to make sure the tour is not full or that it is happening on the
night you wish to go. The tour goes as far as members of the group are comfortable going, and takes about an hour and a half and sometimes two
hours. Walking shoes are a must. You’d hate to miss the best part because your shoes are pinching! Also, we are flexible with our content. If the
subject matter gets too intense for those in the group (like children, for instance), we’re more than willing to scale the spooky back a bit. We charge
$20 per person, but offer discounts for families with children and groups. Call 575-613-5330 for rates and availability.

New York

Albany- New York State Capitol Ghost Tours-  Annual Capitol Hauntings Tours - OGS  (Office of General Services) will once again offer special
tours of the New York State Capitol that will explore the legends, folklore and “ghost stories” connected to the historic building in downtown Albany.
The “Capitol Hauntings Tours” are free and open to the public. Reservations are required for the tours and each tour is limited to 30 participants.
Join the “ghost hunting” Capitol Tour Guides as they take you through the “hot spots” of the Capitol.  Brave visitors will make their way to the exact
spot where Samuel Abbott, the Capitol’s night watchman died in the Capitol fire of 1911. Then they will explore the legend of the “Secret Demon”
near the Great Western Staircase. Find out which two Presidents of the United States are
said to have visited the State Capitol after they died.
Learn about the state Assembly Chamber’s secret, hidden murals and the tormented artist who created them. This hour-long tour will have many
spooky stops and offer lots of fascinating information. For reservations, please contact the Curatorial/Tour Services Office at  (518) 473-7582 -or-
(518) 474-0538 - Tours begin at the Plaza Information Office, North Concourse of the Empire State Plaza.

Albany- Ghost Hunting Aboard the Albany Trolleys - (Held around Halloween-time) - Call for dates & times -  -  (518)
462-3825 - Departure: 7 p.m. from the Albany heritage Area Visitors Center at Quackenbush Square, Downtown Albany - Admission: PRICE: $20
adults, $18 seniors, $15 children 4-12. Ask yourself: With all of the painful, emotionally difficult, and excruciating deaths that have taken place in
Albany’s past, is it really possible that those troubled souls rest peacefully today? Discover the answer on the Albany Trolley´s Ghost Hunting Tour.
You will experience the stories of the ghosts, hauntings, and maybe even paranormal activity on this spooky tour. Murder at Cherry Hill, Death at
Ten Broeck Mansion, the controversial death of "Legs" Diamond, fire at the New York State Capitol, and countless other souls that will forever roam
the streets and buildings of Historic Downtown Albany; retelling these stories gives a voice to those spirits who would have otherwise been lost, left
to roam, haunt, and bring chills to the residents of present day Albany.

Bethany- Public Ghost Hunts at Rolling Hills are a serious, but informal attempt to document paranormal activity at the former poor house, insane
asylum, orphanage, and nursing home in Genesee County, New York. You'll be able to spend an eerie night in haunted Rolling Hills. It's an
experience like no other. Don't miss the opportunity of a lifetime! Hosted by the Rolling Hills Paranormal Research Center- 585-344-2888 or toll free
1-866-344-2899. Call for dates, times, & reservations.

Captree Island - Ghost Stories & Legends of Fire Island - 7 pm - on the Lighthouse Terrace.  Listen to tales of eerie happenings along the Barrier
Beach.  Dress warmly; bring blankets and flashlights.  Free. Tower Tours will be available from 4 pm – 6 pm at the regular fee. Hosted by the Fire
Island Lighthouse Preservation Society. 4640 Captree Island, Captree Island, NY 11702-4601 - Information: 631.661.4876  - - - - - - Office phone:
631.321.7028 -

Fairport- Phantoms of Fairport Ghost Walks- 585-259-6175- Departs every Wenesday in September & October at 7 pm; meet in front of the Fairport
town hall. $10.00 per person.  For resevations call (585) 259-6175 or for more information call (585) 244-8832. We also do private Ghost Walks,
Ghost Dinners, Ghost Hunts, Tarot Parties and Seances!

Hadley- Ghost Story Dinners at the Saratoga Inn with David Pitkin - Join us for Story Telling by David Pitkin, author of “Saratoga County Ghosts”,
“Ghosts of the Northeast”,  “Haunted Saratoga County”, and "New York State Ghosts." Enjoy a house tour, hors d'oeuvre, a cash bar, and Dinner-
Grilled Flank Steak marinated with Red Wine & Spices- Chicken Picatta with Capers in Lemon Madeira Sauce- Pan-roasted Salmon with Fresh Herb
Butter- $45 per person plus taxes and gratuity- by reservation only - limited seating - David will be signing copies of his books, "Ghosts of the
Northeast," "Haunted Saratoga County," and his latest, “New York State Ghosts,” which are available at the Inn for purchase. Call 518-696-2861 or
800-942-5025 to check availability and make your reservation.

Kingston - Widow’s Watch Haunted Lighthouse Tours ~ Call for reservations: 845-336-8145- Reservations Required! Departures from TR Gallo
Park Rondout Creek -

Lake George- Family Fun ghost tours of the Fort William Henry Museum and of Lake George - 518-964-6647- **Tour requires walking and includes
stairs and hills. Not recommended for expectant mothers, or those with a history of neck or back conditions, heart trouble, conditions aggravated by

Menands- Ghostly Cemetery Tour at Albany Rural Cemetery - Held around Halloween-time- (Call for exact dates & times) - Lurking among the
headstones are the remnants of remembered lives, Lives shortened by suicide, poison, guns, and explosives. Join the Albany Aqua Ducks and
Trolleys at the perfect place for a ghost story tour, Albany rural cemetery. This tour will be a frightfully good experience, the stories you will hear are
historic tales of death, murder, and even freak accidents. If you find the stories appealing, the setting will put you “over the edge.” The hauntingly
beautiful Albany Rural Cemetery is full of the stories of the people who are buried there, and even some people who have passed away at the
cemetery itself.  For reservations call:  (518) 462-DUCK - E-mail:

Menands - Civil War Tour of Albany Rural Cemetery - - Call for dates & times- (518) 462-3825 - (hosted by Albany
Trolley Tours) - The historic Albany Rural Cemetery was founded in 1841, 20 years before the Civil War at a time when the United States was
comprised of 26 states.  Today, the cemetery is comprised of 467 acres and over 100,000 burials. Visitors come to view the ornate examples of
cemetery architecture and sculpture.  Albany Rural Cemetery is “a kind of outdoor sculpture museum,” containing many fine examples of Victorian
cemetery art. Local historian MARK BODNAR will take you on a special tour of the Albany Rural Cemetery.  Weaving a tapestry of military interest,
genealogical research and local history, you’ll view many unique gravestones and monuments, the symbolism of which will be explained in detail.
You’ll visit the graves of some prominent, and some not so prominent, people from the Civil War period that are interred there.  For example, there
are six Civil War Medal of Honor recipients and two Confederate soldiers buried in Albany Rural Cemetery. The tour will start at the Cemetery
Chapel.  We will drive to various stops on each of the cemetery’s three ridges.  The graves we will visit reflect the history of many people from the
Albany area that were influential in the Civil War will be discussed. Be prepared to be introduced to the past lives of Statesmen, Industrialists,
Clergy, Publishers, Authors and numerous soldiers, from Privates to Generals, on this . . . . .CIVIL WAR TOUR OF ALBANY RURAL CEMETERY.

Menands - Albany's Political Graveyard Tours - 518-462-3825 - - Call for dates & times-  A Special Tour of the Albany
Rural Cemetery with the Albany Trolleys and Albany Rural President Peter Hess. Cost:  $25 per person - Tour departs from the Chapel of the
Albany Rural Cemetery, Broadway entrance (Route 32), Menands. As the seat of State government, Albany is filled with history.  And some key
players have taken it to their graves at Albany Rural Cemetery. Learn about the lives, loves, and losses of powerful players as you drive through
this historic cemetery where history is buried.  Did you know that when John Quincy Adams was elected President, he did not receive a majority of
the popular vote, nor of the electoral vote?  His election was thrown into Congress, where it came down to ONE UNDECIDED VOTE:  Albany's
Congressman Stephen Van Rensselaer who hated Adams.  Did you know that when Democrats Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr both ran for
President, they tied and the vote was thrown into Congress, where the vote would be controlled by the OPPOSING PARTY?  Did you know what four
people buried at Albany Rural were nominated for the US Supreme Court by the President, but only two were confirmed by the Senate?  One was
opposed because he prosecuted Boss Tweed and the other was nominated by President Tyler, who had been thrown out of his own part.  Hear
these stories and visit the Cornings, the Schuylers, the Van Rensselaers, President Chester Arthur, John Boyd Thacher, Senator Ira Harris,
Governor William March, seven governors of four different states, and many more!! Instructor:  Albany Rural President Peter Hess. Transportation is
aboard the Albany Trolleys, a division of Albany Aqua Ducks, Inc.

Menands- Titanic and Other Steamboat Disasters- Albany Rural - - Call for dates & times: (518) 462-3825 - Chapel of
the Albany Rural Cemetery, Broadway entrance (Route 32), Menands - A Special Tour of the Albany Rural Cemetery with the Albany Trolleys and
Albany Rural President Peter Hess.  Cost:  $25 per person - Tour departs from the Chapel of the Albany Rural Cemetery, Broadway entrance
(Route 32), Menands. Albany's Gilbert Tucker and John Bright boarded a new luxury steamboat to return to Albany.  Samuel Ward Stanton had
been hired by Alfred Van Santvoord, owner of the Albany Dayline, to make sketches of the Alhmbra to design the interior of the new ship
Washington Irving.  Tucker, Bright and Stanton booked their return on the same ship, the RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage.  The Albany-New
York Nightline paddle-wheeled steamboat with teacher Mary Ann Torrey aboard, hit a rock island opposite the City of Hudson.  The largest and most
luxurious ocean liner of its time, the Ville Du Harve with Albany Judge Rufus Peckham and his wife aboard, was steaming toward Paris in the middle
of the night when the pilot saw the lights of the Scottish ship Loch Earn coming at him.  President Chester Arthur's father-in-law was the captain of
the USS Central American carrying a large cargo of gold back to New York from the Gold Rush when they ran into a hurricane.  Albany Captain Nels
Olsen received an SOS from the huge cargo ship SS Flying Cloud that had run into a hurricane just south of the English Channel. Visit their family
gravesites and hear the rest of the story! Instructor:  Albany Rural President Peter Hess. Transportation is aboard the Albany Trolleys, a division of
Albany Aqua Ducks, Inc.

Menands- Celebrate Hudson 400- Gravesites and Stories of Some of the First Dutch Settlers - - Call for dates & times:
(518) 462-3825 - A Special Tour of the Albany Rural Cemetery with the Albany Trolleys and Albany Rural President Peter Hess. Cost:  $25 per
person- our departs from the Chapel of the Albany Rural Cemetery, Broadway entrance (Route 32), Menands. Almost four hundred years ago in
1609, explorer Henry Hudson reached (today's) Albany and made a note in his journal about the plentiful local supply of fur bearing animals and
vast hardwood forests.  Killiaen Van Rensselaer, a member of the Board of the Dutch East India Company, made note of the report and when the
opportunity was presented, Van Rensselaer applied for a land grant to colonize the area and trade with the local inhabitants.  The Van Rensselaers
dominated the Albany Area for the next 150 years.  Our tour of Albany Rural Cemetery will visit the gravesites and hear stories about some of the
first Dutch settlers, the Van Rensselaers, Schuylers, Bleeckers, Anneke Jans, and others. Instructor:  Albany Rural President Peter Hess.
Transportation is aboard the Albany Trolleys, a division of Albany Aqua Ducks, Inc.

Mt. Hope- Ghosts of Mt. Hope - 585-259-6175 - Departs every Friday in September & October at 7 & 8:30 pm; meet at corner of Mt. Hope and
Reservoir Ave. Please note we do not go into the Mt Hope Cemetery. $10.00 per person. For resevations call (585) 259-6175 or for more
information call (585) 244-8832. Ghost walks, Ghost Dinners and Ghost Hunts in the Monroe County area since 2005. At Rochester Candlelight
Ghost Walks, we mix local history and ghosts for a fun and entertaining evening! Public and private groups with reservations.

Rochester- Ghost Dinner at the Reunion Inn - (585) 259-6175 - Hear some of our most spine-chilling tales as you feast on fine cuisine by
candlelight. Then a converse with the ghosts using divining rods after dinner. Don't forget to bring a camera! Every Tuesday and Thursday evening,
7 pm at the Reunion Inn, 4565 Culver Rd. across from Seabreeze, free Parking. RSVP a must! Dinner & drinks not included--- $10.00 per person.
Accessibility Restrictions -Not wheelchair accessible. Access to the second floor dining room is by stairs only. For resevations call (585) 259-6175 or
for more information call (585) 244-8832.

New Paltz - Haunted HUGUENOT STREET ghost tours -- Held around Halloween-time - Who’s afraid of a friendly ghost . . . or two? Special tours
focus on the ghost stories and strange occurrences on the Street and in the area. For Adults and Children 12 and up. $7 each. For younger
children, there are drop-off children's activities for $3 per child. Reservations STRONGLY suggested.845.255.1660, EXT. 300 OR

New York City area-  Ghost & Macabre Tours - (212) 969-8262 - - {Ghostly Greenwich Village, Pubs and Poltergeists -
A Haunted Tavern Tour, East Village Ghosts, Ghosts On Broadway, Soho Ghosts)- Presented by Street Smarts N.Y. Walking Tours- Many different
walking tours: _- - - - - - Ghosts On Broadway. The theater district is home to many ghosts (and not all of them are in theaters).  Visit a haunted
hotel, the ghostly New Amsterdam Theater, and the “most haunted place in New York.”  Meet in front of the Belasco Theater, W. 44th Street at Sixth
Avenue. - - - - - - Ghostly Greenwich Village: Visit the haunts of some of our favorite departed New Yorkers, along with the sites of public
executions, the beautiful but “cursed” Mark Twain house, Manhattan’s second largest graveyard, and much more!  Meet in front of the Washington
Square Arch at the southern end of Fifth Avenue. - - - - - - - - -  Pubs and Poltergeists: We guarantee you’ll see “spirits” (of one kind or another)
on this fun tour of the far West Village.  We begin and end with stops at two of our oldest and most haunted taverns – and in between, you’ll visit
some of New York’s most famous ghosts.  Meet in front of St. Luke’s in the Field church on Hudson St. at Grove.  COST OF DRINKS AND TIPS NOT
INCLUDED IN PRICE OF TOUR. - - - - - - SoHo Ghosts: Ghosts of long ago still walk the trendy streets of SoHo – meet them on this picturesque
tour – plus, discover the “ghost” of St. John’s Park, a once elegant neighborhood that has all but vanished.  Meet at the corner of Prince and Mott
St. in front of Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral. - - - - - - - - - - -  Manhattan Murder Mysteries: Crimes of passion, Mob rub-outs, Mysteries still
unsolved!  Join us for this entertaining tour of Manhattan’s most famous – and infamous – crime scenes.  Meet in front of the Park Central Hotel on
Seventh Avenue at 56th Street. - Saturday, March 28th, 2009 -  2 P.M.-  Crimes of Old New York: Dastardly doings!  High Crimes and
Misdemeanors!  Murders Galore!  Where did NYC’s first murder take place?  Who comprised America’s first legal defense “dream team”?  Did Jack
the Ripper walk the streets of New York?  We answer all these questions and more.  Meet at the Customs House (a/k/a The Museum of the
American Indian) at 1 Bowling Green. **** Each weekend we offer a variety of walking tours in Manhattan and Brooklyn. All tours are $10.00 per
person. No reservations are necessary. Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the scheduled tour time.  In case of a cancellation due to bad
weather, an announcement will be made on our phone number at least 3 hours before the scheduled starting time.

New York City area - Haunted and Mysterious New York Tours - hosted by Dr. Phil Schoenberg - (718) 591-4741 - (888) NY-WALK0 (699-2550) - - Many different haunted tours offered: ~~~ 1) Peter Stuyvesant and His Ghostly Friends -- Peter Stuyvesant
and His Ghostly Friends of the East Village -- Go in search of Peter Stuyvesant's ghostly friends such as Edgar Allan Poe, August Belmont and the
ghostly subway ride, Joe Papp, Washington Irving, Theodore Roosevelt, Harry Houdini, and many others in the East Village. Tours are 90 minutes in
length. This tour departs from the lion sculpture in front of St, Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, northwest corner of Second Avenue and Tenth Street.
East Village, Manhattan.  ~~~ 2) Edgar Allan Poe and His Ghostly Neighbors of Greenwich Village -- Go in search of the spirits of Eleanor
Roosevelt and her pet dog Fala, Aaron Burr, the ghosts of the New York University Library and of Washington Square Arch, and, of course, several
Edgar Allan Poe sites. We will visit ghost central, the most haunted area in America, Washington Square Park. Tours are 90 minutes in length. This
tour departs from Fire Patrol Station No. 2, 84 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan
Streets, in Manhattan. ~~~ 3) Ghosts of the City -- Go in search of the spirits of the Algonquin Indians, Black slaves, Dutch settlers, Walt Whitman,
P. T. Barnum, Captain Kidd, the ghosts of Trinity Churchyard, and the true story of Edgar Allan Poe and Marie Roget. We will also perform an
exorcism to lift the curse that prevents mayors of New York City going on to higher office. This tour departs from Blimpies Restaurant, 38 Park Row,
Manhattan. ~~~ 4) Ghosts of Times Square -- Go in search of Broadway's ghostly spirits, George M. Cohan, David Belasco, a Florenz Ziegfeld
Follies showgirl, Bob Fosse, and many other specters.  This tour departs from George M. Cohan Statue, south end of Duffy Square, Broadway and
46th Street, in Manhattan. ~~~ 5) Ghost Stories for Children of All Ages -- Haunting good tales about the oldest, newest, and most popular ghosts of
New York City in the Washington Square area. Group rates and private tours available. ------ Each tour is 90 minutes long, total walking distance is
less than a mile, covered at a very leisurely pace so that you can enjoy the mysterious atmosphere and haunted locations. We have many different
tours to choose from. We are positive that our tours will enchant, entertain, inform, and scare you.

Saratoga Springs - Haunted History Walks- hosted by Mason Winfield Paranormal Studies - Also available: Haunted Pub Crawls!  Call for dates and
times - (716) 655-6663- E-mail:

Saratoga Springs - Saratoga Ghost Tours ~ - Call 800-274-3573 or 518-583-1890 - From the locally written book: "The
Ghosts of Saratoga," a tour of the most famous haunted places in Saratoga Springs. David Pitkin, author, recognized as an expert in this field, will
assist on this tour.  Call for details, dates, & times.

Seabreeze - Spirits of SeaBreeze Ghost Walks - (585) 259-6175- Departs every Saturday in September & October at 7 & 8:30 pm; meet across
from the Reunion Inn on Culver Road by Sea Breeze Amusement Park.  $10.00 per person. For resevations call (585) 259-6175 or for more
information call (585) 244-8832. Ghost walks, Ghost Dinners and Ghost Hunts in the Monroe County area since 2005. At Rochester Candlelight
Ghost Walks, we mix local history and ghosts for a fun and entertaining evening! Public and private groups with reservations

Webster- Overnight Spookout- Only $25! Includes Camp out at Webster Park, Ghost Stories around the Bonfire, Food, Drink (non-alcoholic) and for
those brave enough a Ghost Hunt in the Park, Ghostly fun will start at 10:30 PM, you may come early to set up your tent. RSVP a must! Includes
food & soft drinks For resevations call (585) 259-6175 or more information call (585) 244-8832.

North Carolina

Wilmington - Ghost Walks of Old Wilmington- - 910-794-1866- Thus was the savagery of old
Wilmington. A city under constant assault by the ravages of disease, war, slavery, piracy, murder, suicide & the everyday inflictions
of life in a violent 18th & 19th century port city. And thus you shall find it when you join locally renowned actors and ghost hunters on
a journey into the depths of haunted Wilmington.  A city considered by many to be amongst the most actively haunted in the world.
Once North Carolina's largest city, Wilmington has the largest historic district in the state. So join us as we traverse 275-year old
alleyways littered with the spiritual debris of privateers and cutthroats. Stroll beneath a canopy of centuries old live oaks, their
cryptic limbs dripping with Spanish moss, and hear tales of murder and mayhem. And if you dare, tread upon the unmarked graves of
thieves, murderers and other less pitiful souls. Come hear the dismal accounts behind our most unfortunate wretches and discover
the poor lost souls that still linger in the Port City.  Hear tales past and present, including the most recent encounters with these
spirits (many of which have occurred during past tours). We have been researching the ghosts of downtown Wilmington since 1978.  
With 24 active sites the tour varies nightly. So join us on a family safe, 90-minute journey you will not soon forget.

Wilmington - Haunted Pub Crawls- - 910-794-1866 - Hoist a pint or three inside the bowels of old
Wilmington's most actively haunted pubs. Hear eerie tales that will both shiver ye timbers & make ye laugh so hard ye'll swab the
decks. From the disreputable obsession of the merry wench Gallus Meg to the barbarous haunts of a notorious madman, ye'll be
beggin' to be keelhauled before it's all over. Aargh! This unique 2.5-hour adventure is closed to ye cabin boys & girls so in order to
touch this booty ye must be 21 or older & prove it. The Captain will trim ye sheets at 7:15 PM & voyage to up to five haunted pubs,
depending on the strength of ye landlubbers sea-legs after the first four. Due to death, disease & bouts of jolly roger laughter this
tour is not recommended for the weak of heart, mind, liver or kidney, however, catheter devices, bladder buddies & absorbent
undergarments are always welcome.  Limited crew size means the decks fill quickly & once full, tours are closed off - so make ye
reservations early!

Joshua P. Warren's HAUNTED ASHEVILLE! Official Ghost Tours-  Bus tours of walking tours-  (828) 216-3383

Asheville Ghost & Haunt Tours - (828) 355-5855- Step into the world of the unknown with the Ghost Tour of Asheville for a hair-raising
ninety-minute tour into the spirit realm of this mountain town. Join us as we take a leisurely stroll and search along the shadowy
streets of downtown Asheville, to hear stories of the unexplained and the strange. Hear about haunted buildings in the downtown
area, about a brutal murder that occurred here and the young victim that still haunts the building it occurred in. Learn about the old
county jail where six legal hangings and several lynchings occurred and how those spirits terrorized the inmates and jailors one
night. Listen to a true and bizarre story that started in Asheville and concluded in Florida, and much more.

Beaufort Ghost Walk - (252) 342-0715 - Reservations required - -Take an after dark stroll through a historic
town full of haunted tales. Chilling stories of murderous pirates, unexplained happenings, ghost ships, and haunted houses will
have you
looking over your shoulder on the way home!

New Bern at Night Ghost Walk -Hosted by the New Bern Historical Society- Oct. 27 & 28, 2007- (252) 638-8558- nbhistoricalsoc@yahoo.

New Bern- Haunted Evening Historical Drama- Experience the mystery and shadows of the Attmore Oliver House by candlelight. Two
performances nightly - 7:30 & 8:30 p.m. - Armed with factual accounts, the haunted evening guided tour of this19th century house
includes spirits from the past, southern funeral customs,life after the Civil War and recent paranormal investigations of the Attmore-
Oliver House- - (252) 638-8558

North Dakota

Mandan - Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park - Annual Haunted Fort - Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park - For decades there have been
stories about Fort Lincoln being haunted: items in the Custer House being left one place and showing up somewhere else;
indentations on the furniture where no one has been sitting; and tour guides reporting feeling a “presence” when they are alone in
the house. -------- Tickets for this haunted event are $7.00 per person and can be purchased at the entrance booth to the park. No
park entrance fee will be charged for this event. The evening event is not recommended for small children. The eerie tours will
begin from the Commissary and take visitors to all the buildings on cavalry square that have been haunted by the dead since the
Battle of the Little Bighorn. You will hear hair-raising accounts of ghost sightings at Fort Abraham Lincoln. Concessions will be
available in the Commissary for people to enjoy both before and after their tours. Is Fort Abraham Lincoln haunted?  We'll let you
decide. A Children's Halloween Bash will be held on Saturday the 18th from 1-3. Admission for the day activities are $2 per child
accompanied by an adult (adult with children are free of charge for the day activities). The Halloween Bash will offer a variety of
festive kids games to celebrate Halloween -- 4480 Fort Lincoln Rd.- 701-667-6380-

Williston, ND - Cemetery Walk at Fort Buford- Fort Buford State Historic Site- Visit with some "ghostly" former residents of Fort
Buford during an evening walk through the old fort cemetery, followed by refreshments.  Appropriate for children. For info call: (701)
572-9034 ----- E-mail:

Bismarck- History Haunt!, - ND Heritage Center. $1 admission fee. Spooky fun for all ages. FMI (701) 328-2792.  $1 admission fee.   For
more, call (701) 328-2792

Bismarck- "Haunted" Former Governor's Mansion - Former Governors' Mansion State Historic Site -
FMI: (701) 328-9528.


Lake Eerie Walking Ghost Tours- Lake Eerie Walking Ghost Tours- DON'T MISS OUT! Scroll down to reserve your spot online!
Experience the ghosts of historic Fairport Harbor on a Walking Ghost Tour. Bring your camera and video recorder if you dare, and
document the ghostly activity that haunts Fairport Harbor on a regular basis. Tours begin at the Lighthouse, (featured on the Travel
Channel "Haunted Light Houses" program). Tours last approximately 2 hours and take place outdoors, so wear comfortable shoes
and dress for the weather.
WHEN: Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday throughout the month of October-- TIME: 7pm sharp - LOCATION: The Lighthouse, corner of
Hight St. & Second St.- PARTICIPATION FEE: "AT THE DOOR":  Adults - $25.00 Children 4-10 years - $12.00 -- ADVANCE REGISTRATION:
Adults - $20.00 Children 4-10 years - $10.00 -- TO REGISTER:You can now reserve and pay for your tour online by clicking on the
following advance registration link : ADVANCE REGISTRATION  Or Call Elaine at  440-352-1721. Due To High Demand, Advance
Registration Is Highly Recommended -

Marietta - Haunted & ghostly events at the Castle of Marietta:  (see below) ~ (740) 373-4180 ~ 418 Fourth Street ~ Marietta, OH 45750
* Psychic Readings At The Castle! -  Each reading $35.
* Victorian Funeral-  - - "Ring the bell softly. There's black crepe upon the door." The year is 1879. The Dread Visitor has entered the
Castle and borne away another prize - one of Marietta's finest citizens has departed Our Fair City and gone to reside with the
Immortal Spirits. Mourning wreaths adorn the Castle's front door, the paintings and mirrors are shrouded with black draping and the
clocks have been stopped at the precise moment the sad event occurred. The household is ready to receive visitors wishing to
offer their condolences. In partnership with Cawley and Peoples Funeral Home, the Castle is hosting a historically accurate re-
creation of a Victorian funeral and wake. In addition to a presentation on the traditions, rituals and superstitions surrounding death
and mourning during the Victorian era, period artifacts from Peoples' Packards and Museum will be on display. The Victorian Funeral
Program will be presented at the Castle on October 3 and 10, 2008 at 2pm. Admission is $10. This program is not appropriate for
* Traditions of Halloween - An overnight for the stouthearted- - Children in grades 3-5 participate in a special Victorian Gothic
Halloween with ghost stories and crafts, goblins and midnight hauntings. Reg. fee $50. All materials and meals included. Pre
registration, please
* Halloween Storytelling-  $7.00 (no matter how brave you are.)
* Ghost Walk Tours - (and often in between) - $7.00.  Tour The Castle and hear the eerie stories of the people who lived and died
here!  Reservations, please.

Mentor - ANNUAL GHOSTS OF THE WHITE HOUSE - (440) 255-8722 -  Enjoy an evening visit of the President’s home and stories of
presidential hauntings at the White House and Capitol Buildings. Cost is $15/person, and the minimum age is 16 years old.
Reservations required for this program -   “Lawnfield” James A. Garfield National Historic Site, 8095 Mentor Avenue, Mentor; Join us
for an evening of unusual stories and legends of the White House and U. S. Capital. Hear about Abraham Lincoln’s haunted past and
the eerie connection his son Robert Todd Lincoln shared with James Garfield. Hear the personal and tragic stories of the Garfield
family and learn about Victorian mourning customs and practices as you are escorted through the President’s home. Objects from
Garfield’s memorial service and funeral cortege will be on special display; Reservations required; Timed tickets will be issued upon

Painesville Township (Lake County) - Scandals and Mansions Tour - Visit Mooreland Mansion, home of Edward Moore, the Interurban
railroad millionaire, then on to St. Hubert’s Chapel, the only remaining building of the mountain top resort era. Drive by HILO Farms,
former home of Leonard Hanna, then a stop for lunch. Next stop Pine Ridge Country Club, home of the infamous Laura and Jimmy
Corrigan, then end your day at Coulby Mansion (on the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1913, former home of Harry
Coulby, Great Lakes shipping magnate, now Wickliffe City Hall. It features 16 rooms and a priceless Tiffany skylight). Sponsored by
the Lake County Historical Society- 440-639-2945

Painesville Township (Lake County) - Myths, Legends & Graveyards Tours - Painesville Cemeteries - Perry and surrounding area
Cemeteries-- Tours are hosted on small passenger buses, are fully narrated and require some walking.   Therrrrrrre Baaaaaak.. The
popular and sold- out graveyard tours are back for 2008.  Your departure will take you to some of the most interesting and unique
cemeteries in the area.  Along the way you will learn of local myths, legends and dark side folklore.  On arrival, your guide will be
sure that you meet some of the most interesting guests in the cemetery.  A fall dinner will be served on return to the Center.  This
event is not suitable for children under 12 and there is no child’s ticket rate. Cost including bus, tour, guide and dinner is $30 for
LCHS members and $35 for non-members.  Reservations required.  Group rates available CONTACT: Karen Sawitke, 440-255-8979;

Perrysburg - Garrison Ghostwalk at Fort Meigs - Come to Fort Meigs for a "spirited" stroll this fall at the Garrison Ghost Walk! Tour
the fort with your 1812 guide and encounter the spookier side of this historic place. The whole family will enjoy hearing tales from
the past, and while the ghosts may not be real, the fun certainly is! Proceeds from this event go to O.N.M.H.A. Reservations are
required by calling (419) 874-4121.  - This is a reservation- only event and you must call 419-874-4121 to
reserve a space. Tours start at 7pm and the event finshes by 9pm.

Haunted Cleveland proudly presents: "The Lakefront Ghost Tour"-  (216) 251-0406 - - A new bone-chilling
experience visiting haunted and supernatural locations throughout Northeastern Ohio will become the setting of real life stories of
murder, mystery and ghosts. Tour Inside two of Cleveland's most known haunted castles. Among the stops is a home cursed by the
exorcism of a possessed woman whose terrifying ordeal inspired her to become a nun later in life. Visit the site of a mass grave
where over 250 passengers perished on a burning ship trying desperately to make it back to shore. Hear the story of a butler who
refuses to retire and still haunts this lakeside manor today. Visit a haunted submarine where the spirit of a past crew member still
remains on duty. Our evening will expire by exploring two of Cleveland's most famous haunted castles. Where you will hear the
Ghost stories and legends that haunt these historic landmarks, Squires Castle and a rare sneak peak inside Franklin Castle. Your
evening will be filled with historic facts of the Great Lakes. Hear bone chilling ghost stories that even keep true sailors awake at
night. Find out where many of the sailors superstitions originated. Hear true stories of mysterious shipwrecks that happen here in
our very own backyard. Find out for yourself if Lake Erie really has a sea monster swimming of the shores of Cleveland. Haunted
Cleveland Ghost Tours TM departs from the parking lot of the Powerhouse, on the west bank of the flats, at 6:00 p.m. The evening
concludes at approximately 10:15pm. Future tour dates to be announced, Please check our 2008 Ghost tours on the Schedule page.
Ticket price TBD and reservations are a must

Haunted Cleveland presents: "Ohio City and Beyond Ghost Tour!"   (216) 251-0406 - - The company that
brought you the Torso Murder and Gold Coast Ghost Tours now invites you to the most haunted places in Cleveland! Are you brave
enough to face fear, listen to some of the scariest ghost stories in town? This tour is what nightmares are made of! There there is no
shame in admitting I'm scared! This spooky five hour entertainment event includes a guided bus tour navigating its way through
Cleveland's darkest streets. Enjoy a rare inside tour of Franklin Castle. Visit places where the dead refuse to rest. We will walk
through a cemetery where the spirits are known to haunt their own grave sites. Visit a popular restaurant in Ohio City and learn why
their business is visited by patrons that are living as well as dead. Haunted Cleveland's host will give instructions to all of our
guests on how to become a ghost hunter. Test your own skills in locating ghosts with dousing rods. During this event Haunted
Cleveland makes its signature stop at Franklin Castle to learn, first hand, why this is one of the most haunted buildings in the
country. Hear the stories that made this old castle a local legend. Arguably the most haunted castle in all of Ohio! Haunted Cleveland
then heads to some of the city's most haunted buildings and cemeteries and even visit an old stage coach stop to find out if the old
cowboys still stop by.Haunted Cleveland's TM host will entertain you as we travel throughout this haunted adventure. Our story
tellers are the best in the business. Find out for yourself why some of our guests never return and others can't wait to come back
with friends in tow. We accept no responsibility for nightmares occurring after our events. Haunted Cleveland TM departs from the
parking lot of the Powerhouse, on the west bank of the flats, at 6:00 p.m. The evening concludes at approximately 11:00pm. Future
tour dates to be announced, for the 2008 Ghost Tour season please refer to our Schedule page. Ticket price TBD and reservations
are a must. To reserve your seat call (216) 251-0406, Credit cards are accepted. Make checks and money orders payable to: Haunted
Cleveland TM, P.O. Box 112101, Cleveland, Ohio, 44111.   Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather and wear comfortable
shoes. Complimentary soft drinks, bottled water and snacks are provided by "Haunted Cleveland Ghost Tours TM". Join the fun!
Face your fear, daring the dead to make an appearance!

Haunted Cleveland presents: "Homicide Cleveland Style"-  (216) 251-0406 - - This 5-hour event includes
a two-hour guided bus tour along with a dinner and a two-hour slide show presentation on forensics and homicides. This type of
event has never been attempted before in Cleveland!  A Cleveland Southeastern bus will pick up the tour at Rock Bottom Brewery
located in the Powerhouse . Two Cleveland Police Homicide Detectives will take you to the historic crime scenes and give a detailed
explanation of the murders that occured. One Detective will be from the 1970's and the second Detective will be from the early
1900's. Haunted Cleveland's "Homicide Cleveland Style tour" focuses on fact-based homicides that occurred in Cleveland and sets
them within a theatrical production. Listen to true stories -including a homicide that happened in our very own city hall! You may be
surprised to learn that the corpse was buried in the basement of this historical landmark. Learn about the tragic story of a young man
who made a fatal mistake by asking the wrong man for a drink from his bottle of hooch. Also revisit the East Ohio Gas Company fire
and hear the spine chilling details of one of the worst disasters to ever happen here in Cleveland. After the two-hour guided bus
tour, Haunted Cleveland will take you back to Rock Bottom Brewery for dinner in one of their private dinning rooms. There will be a
cash bar on hand so you may purchase your favorite beverages. Following dinner we present a fascinating two-hour slide show
presentation on forensic evidence and homicides. Haunted Cleveland will depart from the parking lot of the Rock Bottom Brewery
located at the Powerhouse on the west bank of the Flats at 2000 Sycamore Street at 6:00PM and will conclude at 11:00PM. Ticket
price TBD.

Haunted Cleveland proudly presents:  Burning River Ghost Tour- (216) 251-0406 - - This five-hour event
includes a guided bus tour to some of the most haunted locations in Northeast Ohio. Listen to scary ghost stories told by our
beloved host "Beth". She will take you to actual sights of haunting. See for yourself the buildings where the dead refuse to rest!
During this haunted event you will board the William G. Mather, a steamship docked at East Ninth Street. This floating museum is
home to many ghastly ghost stories. Visit a county building that houses more than just old records. Haunted Cleveland departs from
the parking lot of the Powerhouse, on the west bank of the flats, at 6:00 p.m. The evening concludes at approximately 11:00pm.
Tours, dates and times to be announced. This tour is available for private bookings. Tickets are $50.00 a person and reservations are
a must. To reserve your seat call (216) 251-0406, Credit cards are accepted. Make checks and money orders payable to: Haunted
Cleveland, P.O. Box 112101, Cleveland, Ohio, 44111.

Haunted Cleveland presents: "Torso Murder Tour!"  (216) 251-0406 - - The company that brought you Gold Coast
Ghost Tour and Homicide Cleveland Style Tour now takes you back to the 1930's to the Great Depression. Revisit the most massive homicide
investigation in this city's history. Learn why the famous Eliot Ness of "Untouchables" fame could not solve these grisly murders.This 4-hour event
includes a guided bus tour of the landmark sites of the Kingsbury Run murders, where 13 headless, mostly unidentified bodies terrified a city and
shocked a nation. Learn about the gruesome discovery two young men found on a warm afternoon in September of 1935. Listen to the story of the
howling dog that awoke an entire neighborhood, and their chilling discovery of a basket full of body parts. During this event, "Haunted Cleveland
TM" will stop at the Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office, at 11001 Cedar Ave for a private tour. Hear first hand stories of what it takes to work in
Cleveland's toughest office. The tour will travel to Lake View Cemetery, where we will honor the final resting place of one of the greatest law
enforcement officer that our country has known. Our host will give details of the 13 murders while our guided bus tour takes us down Broadway
Avenue, retracing the steps of the killer better known as the Mad Butcher. Then we move on to our second private tour, at the Cleveland Police
Museum. There we will be met by one of Cleveland's leading experts in the Torso Murders, Dr. James Badal. Dr. Badal is the author of several
books including "In the Wake of the Butcher." There will be a book signing available for those who may wish to purchase one of his books. Use your
own detective skills and try to solve the murders as you investigate and inspect the death masks that were made to help identify the unknown
victims! "Haunted Cleveland TM" leaves the parking lot of the The Power House, 2000 Sycamore Street, Cleveland, Ohio locted on the west bank of
the Flats. at 6:00PM. The evening concludes at approximately 10:00PM. Tour date May 09, 2009. Tickets are $50.00 a person and reservations are
a must. Make your reservations today for this encore presentation. To reserve your seat call (216) 251-0406, Credit cards are accepted. Make
checks and money orders payable to: Haunted Cleveland TM, P.O. Box 112101, Cleveland, Ohio, 44111 -- Guests are encouraged to dress for the
weather and wear comfortable shoes. Complimentary soft drinks and bottled water will be provided by Haunted Cleveland TM. Become a detective
for an evening and conduct your own investigation for these 13 unsolved murders

Haunted Cleveland presents: "Haunted Cleveland Hits Rock Bottom Ghost Tour!  (216) 251-0406 - - Haunted
Cleveland, established back at the turn of the Millennium, is about to hit “Rock Bottom.” The same company that has brought you the sold-out tours
of Ohio City & Beyond, Homicide Cleveland Style and The Torso Murder Tour, now proudly brings you “Haunted Cleveland Hits Rock Bottom Ghost
Tour.” This 4 ½ hour guided bus tour starts at one of Cleveland’s finest micro-breweries, Rock Bottom Brewery, located in the Powerhouse on the
west bank of the Flats, and takes you to some of Cleveland’s darkest and most haunted locations. You will visit one of our city’s oldest historic
landmarks, Gray’s Armory, once home of one of Cleveland’s militia. Gray’s Armory has been mistaken by many as a castle and the building itself is
hidden behind the oldest cemetery in Cleveland. Take a private guided tour inside the building and hear first hand stories from the employees of
actual hauntings they have witnessed. Visit the country's second largest theater district and find out for yourself why Playhouse Square keeps a
Ghost lamp on in every dark theater. Hear the chilling stories of the ghosts that haunt these beautiful theaters. Take a private tour inside one of
Cleveland’s oldest and most tranquil cemeteries. See if you have what it takes to become a paranormal investigator as you test your skills using
'dousing rods.'As a bonus stop, Haunted Cleveland will visit the Cleveland Police Historic Society and Museum, where you will hear the bone-chilling
details of the country’s first serial killer from Dr. James Badal. Dr. Badal is one of Cleveland’s own local favorite authors who wrote “In the Wake of
the Butcher.” Dr. Badal will be available to our guests for the signing of any of his many books.Your evening will expire at Rock Bottom Brewery
where you will learn about the haunted past of the Powerhouse. Here you will have no problem locating and enjoying some spirits! Haunted
Cleveland departs from the parking lot of the Powerhouse, on the west bank of the Flats, at 6:00pm and expires at approximately 10:00PM. Travel to
the various haunted locations on a comfortable 55-seat chartered bus.Future tours to be announced, for the 2008 season please refer to our
schedule page. Ticket price TBD. Due to the high demand, we strongly recommend that you reserve your seats early. To reserve your seat call
(216) 251-0406, Credit cards are accepted. Make checks and money orders payable to: Haunted Cleveland, P.O. Box 112101, Cleveland, Ohio,
44111 - Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. Complimentary soft drinks, bottled water and snacks are
provided by Haunted Cleveland. Bring a camera to try capturing a haunting like many of our previous guests believe they have done. It is
acceptable to sleep with a night light on after one of our tours!

Psychic Sonya's Haunted Cleveland Tours - (440) 775-1217- -Classic Cleveland Ghost Tour with Psychic Sonya -  This
is the ORIGINAL Haunted Cleveland Tour, back by popular demand! Chartered bus tours of authentic haunted Cleveland locations, featuring
Playhouse Square. The tour begins and ends at Local Heroes at East 9th & Bolivar in Downtown Cleveland. $50 per seat. Taxes, entrance fees,
and beverage included. Prepaid reservations ONLY. It is OK to bring food and NON ALCOHOLIC drinks onto the bus. Tour locations are NOT pre-
disclosed , so as to discourage any would-be pranksters. **NEW** This Ghost Tour is a smaller sized group limited to 28 seats on a luxury shuttle
bus. Call Sonya @ (440) 775-1217 to reserve your seat(s) early.

Saturday's Cuyahoga Valley History and Urban Legend Tour - (440) 775-1217- -  Are there Ghosts and Sasquatch in
the Cuyahoga Valley? Yes! Haunted Cleveland Tours presents a special urban legend tour with Cleveland's well known paranormal investigator,
Psychic Sonya Horstman. Join a small tour group on a luxurious shuttle bus ride through the historic Cuyahoga Valley and explore places where
sightings of Spirits and Bigfoot have been reported. Get the real scoop on the urban legends and myths. Tour meets at the Canal Visitor Center off
Canal and Rockside at 6:00 PM. Tour ends at 11:00 PM. $50 per seat. Taxes and beverages included. Age 13 years and up.  **NEW** This Ghost
Tour is a smaller sized group limited to 28 seats on a luxury shuttle bus. Call to make a reservation.

Sunday Medina County Cemetery Tour: (440) 775-1217- -  Includes a visit to a witch's gravesite, an Indian burial mound,
and a haunted restaurant. We'll meet in Medina's town square gazebo. The tour runs from noon to 4:30 PM. Price is $50 per seat, includes tax and
beverages. Age limited to 13 years and older. Group size is limited to 30 seats. Call Sonya to pre-register. Private Tours: All tours are available as
private tours year round, Customised for groups of 6 up to 55. Call for details.

Haunted Heartland Tours - Dinner and a Ghost!   Sister's Century House Restaurant  - (330) 412-6114 - -  $40 per person
includes dinner, beverages,dessert, Ghosthunt and History and Hauntings presentation and tax/gratuity- Reservations are necessary!  Ages 10 and
up.  Meal choices are:  8oz. sirloin steak  or 2 boneless cheesy chicken breast dinners. Potato choices: Mashed, Baked or Twice Baked Potatoes.

For MANY different out-of state bus trips, overnighters, & events from Haunted History Tours- click here!

Haunted History Walks of Canal Fulton (by Haunted Heartland Tours)  - 330-412-6114- Join your guide Sherri Brake-Recco
and follow the light of her lantern.....if you dare. Listen as she weaves local legends with actual documented paranormal investigations and history.
Use ghosthunting EMF meters as you walk into the shadows of the night. We are the only haunted tour in Ohio to arm you with ghosthunting
technology....even the skeptics will enjoy it! This walking tour covers about 1.25 miles of walking and is not handicap accessible. Strollers may have
difficulty as well. We do offer private tours for groups of 10 or more. Our Haunted History Walks last about  90 minutes. Bring cameras and wear
comfortable shoes. We walk rain or shine! Children age 10 and under are free with parents. This tour is not recommended for wee ones as it can be
scary at times. We look forward to sharing with you the captivating history and hauntings of this small canal town located in the Haunted Heartland of
NE Ohio!

HUNT THE HOLLOW: Haunted Bus Trip to Rogues Hollow, Ohio from North Canton, Ohio. - (Haunted Heartland Tours) - (330) 412-6114 - -  $35-- (suggested age of 10 and up). Bus boards at 6:30pm at Home Depot parking lot - 4873 Portage St.,  North Canton,
Ohio. Bus departs at 7:00pm and sharp and returns there at 10:00pm   Hop on the Haunted Heartland bus as we travel from North Canton Ohio to
the remote area of Rogues Hollow in Wayne County Ohio. On the 30 minute journey to the hollow you will see a slide show on the bus of past
investigations at the hollow, historical photos, and paranormal photos. STAND ON CRY BABY BRIDGE AND HEAR OF ITS LEGENDS! Will you hear
the baby cry? Guests will be given a tour of Rogues Hollow Woods and told of its history and paranormal activity.Hear of the Ghost of Chidester Mill
and investigate the area for yourself! Step inside the mill and see the 100s of human teeth in the wooden box. See the antique displays in the Mill
Museum of coal mining items and local treasures. Use actual ghosthunting equipment we supply to explore the 30 acres of trails and woods at
Rogues Hollow. Learn how to use Dowsing Rods to find paranormal energy, (we supply the rods for everyone!) GHOSTHUNT THE AREAS THAT
ARENOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AFTER DARK! Limited seating is available on the coach bus for these events. Reservations are processed in the
order they are received. Age 10 and up is suggested. Not handicap accessible due to trails and uneven terrain in the woods. Restroom on bus and
inside Mill Museum at Rogues Hollow No refunds for Guest Cancellation! We ghosthunt in moonshine, rain or snow!

Massillon- Cemetery Tours: Gravestones, Lantern & Legends - Various dates - (Haunted Heartland Tours) - 330-412-6114 - - Join us we walk by lantern light, into the shadows of this 60 acre cemetery which received its first burial in the 1820s. Your
night time walk takes approximately 1 1/2 hours and will be guided by Haunted Heartland Tour owner Sherri Brake-Recco. Won't you join us for this
unique adventure? See beautiful statuaries, headstones, and mausoleums as the shadows fall....Learn Cemetery Headstone Symbolism...
Bootleggers, Sea Captains, Civil War Soldiers and more....Listen to ghostly tales and funeral folklore...Hear  of  Victorian Mourning Customs by
lantern light....Odd Burial Traditions......Learn the Origin of Common Superstitions....Hear of the pioneers and their struggles to survive....Stand next
to the grave of the General who is said to still march at night.  50% of the proceeds benefits the Massillon Cemetery Association.  ****Age 10 and
over only due to tour content********Tour participants must be able to walk as this is a walking tour***   **** No alcoholic beverages are permitted on
this tour**** Cameras ARE permitted on this tour.  Massillon Cemetery, 1827 S. Erie Street, Massillon  Ohio  (Stark County).

Zoar Village - Dinner and a Ghost! The Zoar Tavern & Inn - (Haunted History Tours)- 330-412-6114- $40 per person includes
dinner, History & Hauntings slide presentation-- Ghosthunt of premises and use of ghosthunting gear. FRIDAY  August 29th 2008 SOLD OUT...  7:
00pm - 10:00pm, age 21 and over. Watch for more dates at this location in 2009! PALM READER DEBRA WILL BE PRESENT TO DO READINGS
AT AN EXTRA COST- SIGN UP AT DINNER.  Join us in Tuscarawas County, Ohio for an evening of haunted history, great food and a chance to
ghosthunt the premises! We venture into Tavern which was home to the village doctor many years ago. A door that opens by itself......Mists that
form indoors.....EVPS of young children recorded....Sounds of disembodied footsteps upstairs.....Feelings of being watched....Wooden window
blinds that swing open in the rooms upstairs....Pots and pans rattling in the kitchen....Apparitions that are said to appear dressed in period attire....
This building was recently investigated by the Twin City Ohio Paranormal Society in November 07 and was found to be quite active. What will you
find on your investigation?

Mansfield- Death By Dessert Buffet & Ghosthunt - Mansfield Reformatory - Various dates - (Haunted History Tours) - 330-412-6114 - - Join us this year for  several unique events people are DYING to attend! Drive on over to the Mansfield Reformatory and
enjoy some deadly desserts. Plate after plate of deadly brownies, cheesecakes, cookie bars, eclairs etc. will tempt your paranormal palette. After
hearing of this buildings hauntings and history, a one hour guided tour of the premises will get you in the mood to ghosthunt. After your
are on your own to investigate. Use our equipment or bring your own. This is a PRIVATE EVENT. We are the only ones in this gothic style prison.  
Angel Card and Psychic Readings By Laura Wissler will be available. Palm Readings by Debra Robinson may be available on these nites as well.
(extra cost).

Schoenbrunn Village (New Philadelphia) - Spirits of Schoenbrunn Village- Haunted History Tours - (330) 412-6114 - - Join
Haunted Heartland Tours at the first Christian settlement in Ohio established in 1772!  Meet with us for an evening of investigations, history, and
ghostly lore of the Tuscarawas valley. Join us for a truly unique night of history,hauntings and good food! Drive on down to New Philadelphia, Ohio
and enter into the past. Hear of the history and hauntings of the area while seated inside the log schoolhouse next to a roaring fire.  Walk into the
shadows and observe period attired re enactors portraying the Moravian Indians and the Settlers . Step inside the log buildings and then explore the
old cemetery. Sample some appetizers in the log school house and the delectable desserts in the log church. $30 per person age 18 and over
please! A portion of your reservation price will be donated to the Ohio Historical Society and Schoenbrunn Village. Directions and details will be
emailed after your purchase. Cancellation Policy: No refunds for guest cancellations. This event takes place in rain or shine. If you need to cancel
you may have someone else take your place but please notify us of the name change for reservations.

Lantern Tour of the Ghosts of Zoar-  330-874-2002-  - Take a haunted stroll through the streets of historic Zoar
Village by candlelight! Hear the accounts of Zoar’s resident spirits and visit the sites of the hauntings.  There are several B&Bs and restaurants in
the area if you need food or lodging. Call the Tourist Information Center at 1-800-527-3387 for details on lodging. The tour meets in front of the
Zoar Store, rain or shine, and lasts approximately 1 hour. To make your reservation, call: 330-874-2002 or  RESERVE ON-LINE.

Trinway, OH - Prospect Place Mansion haunted ghost tours and ghost hunts- 740-754-1814 -

Mystery Tour- Ride on a boat in the Mentor Lagoons, walk their trails. Drive by the Headlands beach, past the salt mines, and on into Fairport
Harbor or Grand River for lunch. While in Fairport, visit the lighthouse and museum. Then on to Madison’s Bluestone Perennials, the largest
exporter of perennials in the states.. LCHS can create a mystery tour based on any theme and time constraints you may need. Sponsored by the
Lake County Historical Society - 440-639-2945


Tulsa Spirit Tours- 918-694-7488- - or - - Join the Paranormal Investigation Team of Tulsa
(P.I.T.T.) team as we take you on a 3-hour tour of Tulsa's Most Haunted Memories! We will board the old time trolley for an evening of rich Tulsa
history and the stories she left behind! Tour includes travel by the trolley to some very fascinating historical landmarks in Tulsa. The 3-hour tour
includes the "standard" as well as the "haunted" history of each location. The Paranormal Investigation Team of Tulsa will relay personal information
gathered at each location and occasionally are able to enter the sites while on the tour. See website or call for tour dates.  Note: We do NOT have
tours during the winter months.

"Ghosts of Ft. Reno" Tour-  El Reno, OK - (405) 262-3987 - - By lantern-light tour the historic fort and hear stories
of the restless spirits of the old post,along with some unsolved mysteries, urban legends and murderous tales. Reservations are required
for this monthly event, so please call for more information. Private Ghost Tours available for groups of 20 or more.

Oklahoma City Ghost Tours - Hosted by GHOULI  (Ghost Haunts of Oklahoma & Urban Legend Investigations)

Muskogee - Ghost Stories Caravan Tour - 918-686-6624 - Have a hauntingly good time visiting buildings, homes,
cemeteries, and other sites to hear the ghostly tales, unusual experiences and eerie events associated with them. Held annually around Halloween-
time.  Participants will depart from the Three Rivers Museum, 220 Elgin at 5:30 p.m. each night. Tickets must be purchased in advance.  $10 adults,
$5 ages 6-12.

Durant - Fort Washita Ghost Stories Tours - Call 580-924-6502 - - A walking candlelight tour with ghost stories told by
professional storytellers is held at the site each year around Halloween. The event is sold out this year due to its popularity, so make reservations
early in October next year if you would like to visit. For tours at other times during the year, call 580-924-6502.

Avard- Vina Rae's Annual Halloween Ghost Hunts- 580-435-2451

'Ghostly Doaksville' - Doaksville Historic Site- Held around Halloween-time.  A Historic Candlelight Tour- Fort Towson Historic Site.
(580)873-2634 - ---

Park Hill, OK-  Murrell Home Ghost Stories - George M. Murrell House- 918-456-2751 -

Pawnee, OK-  Ghost Stories (by Erin Brown) - Pawnee Bill Ranch Site- 918-762-2513-


Pendleton Underground Tours - Pendleton Underground Tours is open year around. Please be sure to call for reservations in advance and for the
current daily schedule - March through October - Tours are available Monday through Saturday. - Tours are given daily from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.-
Times vary from day to day due to demand and schedule. - Please call 1-800-226-6398 for current daily schedule.  Advanced reservations are
recommended. Winter Schedule: November through February tours operated 4 days a week. - Please be sure to call for our daily schedule to book
your reservations in advance. Tour Costs $15 per space- (tour space limited) - 90 minute tours - All 90 minute tour participants must be 6 years or
older  Over 75 live actors bring the underground past back to life! Card players, dancers, music, Chinese workers, merchants from the past are all
there to greet you and reenact what would have taken place over 100 years ago. Visit with the Madam "Stella" and her working girls and other
special people in the Cozy Room bordello. Pendleton Underground Tour is a great experience year around, but this special production is a must
see. Tickets are limited. For Adults Only. Reservations Required- Cost : $40.00 per Adult- Total Time for the Tour: 2 hours-  800-226-6398 -  has
become Eastern Oregon's #1 year around tourist attraction.

Portland - Beyond Bizarre (a paranormal tour) - (503) 774-4522 - Portland’s spooky, weird and wacky past awaits you. If you want bone-chilling
good time, then you've come to the right place! Unexplained mysteries, ghostly adventures and spooky stories fill our “Beyond Bizarre” evening tour
7 nights a week. If you like the paranormal, weird, or wacky, let us guide you until perhaps your blood runs cold.Armed
with real ghost hunting equipment, we'll venture down shadowy streets to reveal Portland’s paranormal, catch glimpses of ghosts, expose
psychic hoaxes and duck through haunted passageways.

Underground Portland (a sub-cultural tour) - (503) 774-4522 - The dark and sordid side of Portland- You only caught a small glimpse of Portland's
underworld activities on the History Channel's “Cities of the Underworld” - now explore the seedy subcultures that include shanghaiing but includes
much, much more. We pride ourselves on delivering real stories since there's no need to make this stuff up!

Portland Ghost Walks (by the Rose City Roamers)- (503) 698-4398 / (503) 285-2915 -

Portland- Shanghai Tunnel Ghost Tours (Portland Underground) - (503) 622-4798- - or-  (By the Cascade Geographic Society)- The "Portland Underground" tunnels, more popularly known as the
"Shanghai Tunnels", were basements of buildings that connected to other buildings through brick and stone archways that were intersected with
tunnels that connected under the streets, linking block to block. These "catacombs" or "tombs", as they were sometimes called, created a unique  
network of passages and thoroughfares that were used by unscrupulous individuals called "shanghaiiers" or "crimps", in addition to "white slavers"
who grabbed women and sold them into prostitution.

Oregon City- Walk with the Spirits through Oregon City's historic McLoughlin Neighborhood! - Listen to
stories about Oregon's oldest city and hear some of the city's amazing legends and folklore. Guests on the tour will pass by some of Oregon City's
most haunted places and hear stories about the spirits that still roam the first city west of the Rocky Mountains. October tours will take place Monday-
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Friday-Saturday and Halloween Night at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Reservations required- Call the Rivershore Hotel at 503-
655-7141 for tickets.

Portland- Old Town Ghost Tour- (503) 622-4798- - or- - Hosted by the Cascade
Geographic Society

Mount Hood¹s Oregon Trail Ghost Stories & Haunted Places-  503-622-4798 - This tour takes participants on a tour along the Oregon Trail on Mt.
Hood where both history and hauntings took place. Visit special sites and buildings where ghosts are said to lurk. A fun, educational family event.
The fun starts at 10am and goes until 3pm.


Brownsville- Nemacolin Castle's Spring Ghost Tours - Spring ghost tours and Halloween-time ghost tours- Call for dates & times - (operated by the
Brownsville Historical Society) - (724) 785-6882

Erie- Horse-Drawn Mystery Tours- Held around Halloween-time- Call for dates & times -- Watson-Curtze Mansion, 356 W. 6th -6:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
- Join us for a tour of Erie’s ghostly side. Tours depart from the Watson-Curtze Mansion at 356 West Sixth Street and take a unique journey through
downtown Erie, pausing at sites of spiritual unrest and bizarre happenstance.Donuts, cider and pumpkins provided. Seating is limited. Reservations
required. Please call 814-454-1813 Ext. 0 to make a reservation.

Erie- Erie Legends at the Erie Planetarium- Held around Halloween-time - Call for dates & times - 7 :00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.- $4.00 Per Person- As
evening descends, and the shadows of the night emerge, you embark on a most unusual adventure… an adventure through Erie’s unknown.
Reservations are required. Call 814-454-1813 Ext. 0

Erie Cemetery Walking Tours - Held around Halloween-time - Call for dates and times - $8.00 /Adult $4.00 /Child  - The Erie Cemetery is home to
many of Erie’s more interesting residents. Want to know more? Reservations are required. Call 814-454-1813 Ext. 0. Presented by the Erie County
Historical Society in cooperation with the Erie Cemetery Association.

Gettysburg - Civil War Hauntings- Candlelight Ghostwalks - (717) 752-5588 - Visit haunted buildings along Steinwehr Ave. a tour that is unique in
Gettysburg following an easy half- mile walk that includes parts of the town and ends at the place where a portion of the grand scale Pickett's
Charge began. Guides usually wear period dress. Those on the tour are given glow-in-the-dark bracelets for visibility in the dark, and each "ghost
hunter" sports his or her own EMF meter.

Gettysburg Ghost Tours - 717-338-1818 - - Five different ghost tours! Among them, The Black Cat Tour- The original
Gettysburg Ghost Tour starts at the tour office at 47 Steinwehr Avenue. Just like a stray black cat, our guides will show you through the first block of
Steinwehr Avenue and tell you stories that focus on the first day of the battle. The Gettysburg Author's Tour- Ghostly Tales of Gettysburg Author's
Tour with Joe Kerrigan. Tours are on Friday evenings at 8:00 & 9:30 PM. Please be sure to put in your requested date and time when you make
your reservations. The Drummer Boy Camping Resort Ghost Tour -Gettysburg Ghost Tours is the exclusive Ghost Tour provider for the guests of
Drummer Boy Camping Resort. We provide camp fire stories at the camp ground every Friday night at 8:00 PM during the season. This has been
enjoyed by many of the Drummer Boy guests. This tour is exclusively for guests of Drummer Boy Campground!

Gettysburg- The haunted Farnsworth House- 717-334-8838 - Candlelight Walks: Follow the lantern light of
period dressed guides into the darkness of the night. Hear the dramatic stories of "Battlefield Gettysburg". The veils of the spirit world open to catch
a glimpse of soldiers and civilians long dead, who still reach across the barriers of time. Watch and listen with an open mind and open heart as you
may be the next one to observe (sense) their presence.
The Mourning Theatre- Where ghost story telling began more than 14 years ago...Descend the stone staircase into a 19th Century "Funeral
Parlor" for a one hour presentation, and view the unique collection of Mourning Memorabilia. Be entertained in the warm glow of candlelight, by
storytellers in period dress. They will dramatically recite tales that will take you on an emotional journey back in time to 1863, and share with you the
reasons that the spirits of soldiers and townsfolk, who lived and died during the battle that decided our country’s fate, still dwell here. Sense the
tragic life of a Mid-wife from long ago . . . the touch of a little boys hand . . . or perhaps experience the presence of one of the many soldiers who still
remain at their post today within the halls of Farnsworth House.

Sleepy Hollow of Gettysburg - Candlelight Ghost Tours - (717) 337-9322 - You will walk with us into the realm of the
unknown, escorted by a period dressed guide, back in time down the very streets soldiers walked over a century ago. As our stories are not bound
to scripted material, our walks are fresh and entertaining.  You will hear many "first hand" experiences some visitors have had while out on our
walks. Our tales and legends are blended with bits of human interest and historical fact making them entertaining and educational for all ages. We
are the only ghost tour in Gettysburg recommended by the paranormal investigation group of PIRA. ( We have been
mentioned in the "Discovery Travel" (Haunted Holidays) book, "Spirits of the Civil War" and seen on The Food Network's "Extreme Cuisine

Gettysburg - Ghostly Tales of Gettysburg Author's Tours - (877) 980-1313  --  (717) 337-9216 - HAUNTED CANDLELIGHT AUTHOR'S TOUR is
based on the "Published Accounts" of eyewitnesses to such paranormal events. You will actually walk through some of the most Haunted areas and
see, BY CANDLELIGHT, the locations where these events are reported to have taken place. Hosted by ghost author Joe Kerrigan- Also an actor,
professional storyteller, entertainer, & owner of the GHOSTLY GETTYSBURG BACKSTREET TOURS, He brings a theatrical background to the
forefront in his storytelling presentations. He performs, in character, as an "Old Timer" giving his presentation more depth as he weaves
Gettysburg's history with the highly entertaining Ghost Stories from Joe Kerrigan's famed GHOSTLY TALES OF GETTYSBURG GHOST BOOK

Ghost author Mark Nesbitt's ghost tours:
(717) 337-0445 - - 271 Baltimore Street
Seminary Ridge Tour - The original Seminary Ridge tour! The site where a young soldier remained buried alive under a pile of corpses for days until
he was finally taken from the hideous cellar sarcophagus. But he never really left until a priest came and blessed the house. . .Robert E. Lee's
Headquarters where a renowned psychic witnessed in her mind's eye a meeting of high-ranking Confederates whose decisions changed the course
of history. . .The numerous buildings of the Lutheran Theological Seminary, used as hospitals whose grounds became temporary graveyards, where
unexplainable activity has occurred over the years. . .   

Carlisle Street Tour - The building where a modern elevator took two unsuspecting passengers down for a vision of hell on earth - a Civil War
Hospital . . . The structure where young actresses see "The General" materialize in a vacant seat to admire their performances . .
Where three wings of a defeated Union Army and their pursuers all came together to provide the focal point for intense emotional energy and
produce continuing, bizarre poltergeist activity...

Baltimore Street Tour - Your walking tour begins in the courtyard of the haunted Ghosts of Gettysburg Walking Tours® Headquarters-where
disembodied voices have been recorded and a child has been spotted…a century after his death. Visit the County Courthouse that witnessed the
battle and was filled to over-flowing with wounded soldiers…and now holds visitors from another world. See the church where so many amputations
occurred they had to drill holes in the floor to let the blood run out and where a spectral undertaker continues to walk to the nearby
cemetery…removed decades ago.

The Gettysburg Ghost Train Tour - Mark Nesbitt's Ghosts of Gettysburg Tours has partnered with Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway to bring you: THE
GETTYSBURG GHOST TRAIN.TRAVEL through parts of the battlefield where no other ghost tours go...SEE haunted Oak Ridge, where the
phantom messenger still rides and the wails of the dying have been heard...fourteen decades after their deaths...RIDE past the modern engine
house--as seen on the Travel Channel program "Mysterious Journeys-The Ghosts of Gettysburg"--haunted because of its to the
bloody railroad cut...      

Bus Tour - The Ghosts of Gettysburg has partnered with the Historic Tour Company to bring you The Ghosts of Gettysburg Bus Tour. Visit haunted
sites other walking tours in Gettysburg miss! See a famed Civil War house where unexplainable noises may be the spirit of a soldier still buried in the
dirt cellar. Walk on a farm that witnessed the battle, became a hospital for the wounded, and a burial site for the dead…hear about the mysterious
physical manifestations of age-old amputations which appeared, then suddenly disappeared…and perhaps witness for yourself The Supernatural as
others who visit there have….

Steinwehr Avenue Tour - Your tour begins in the parking lot of The Reliance Mine Saloon at the Quality Inn-Gettysburg Motor Lodge. See the
Gettysburg National Cemetery, where ghostly footsteps follow unwary visitors and the wraith of a shunned Union cavalry commander walks to this
day... Walk the grounds of the modern hotel where disembodied, phantom arms appear in the dead of night to awaken unsuspecting tourists...Gaze
across the fields where Pickett's gallant men charged to their doom, and left bizarre remnants of their passing...and their continued presence! The
Steinwehr Avenue is available on Saturdays at 7:00pm. Reservations are strongly recommended. Call 717-337-0445 for reservations!

Girard- Legends by Lantern - Held around Halloween-time - Call for dates & times --- 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.-at the Battles Museums of Rural Life, Girard-
Enjoy candlelight tours of one of the "greatest haunts" of West County. Refreshments provided. Admission is $6 per person.  Call 814-454-1813 Ext.

Horsham - Graeme Park- Haunted Moonlight Tours - Learn the history of Graeme Park and why Elizabeth's spirit may not rest easily on these
haunted tours of the Keith House. Reservations required.  Ghostly Gatherings- Explore local lore and legend on these nighttime tours of the house
and woods. 215-343-0965 -

Jim Thorpe- Ghost Hunter's Weekend at the historic & haunted Inn at Jim Thorpe-  Join us for a fascinating weekend of ghost hunting with the
Philadelphia Ghost Hunters Alliance. Two night stay includes a special ghost hunt through the famous Old Jail where the Molly Maguires were
hanged, ghost walk through the historic district, 3 seminars, dinner Saturday night, hot buffet breakfast daily, all taxes and gratuities. Package starts
at $235 per person, based on double occupancy. Book it today! Call us toll free 1-800-329-2599-  - ~~~ Click here for ghost stories of the Inn at Jim Thorpe!

Jim Thorpe- Rotary Ghostwalks in Old Mauch Chunk- Join a costumed Ghost Guide as she shares intriguing tales of reported ghoulish encounters
as well as stories of historic properties and people along Broadway. Each family-friendly walk steps off weekend evenings from the lobby of the Inn
at Jim Thorpe, 24 Broadway, and covers about a mile roundtrip to the Old Jail Museum, all in about an hour, and all outdoors. Walk-ins are welcome
if space is available, but reservations are strongly recommended to avoid disappointment. Be sure to call 570 325-2346. Tickets may be purchased
from the Ghost Host 15 minutes prior to each walk; adults are $10, children 7 through 12, $5. While not frightening, the walk is not recommended for
children 6 and under. Private group walks are possible at certain times for a minimum of 10 adults. 570 325-2346-

Laughlintown - A Halloween Haunting Storytelling Event at the Compass Inn Museum -  (724) 238-4983

Ligonier -  Ghosts and Legends of Fort Ligonier - - - - - - (724) 238-9701

Manchester - (Pittsburg area) - Haunted Tales of Manchester Walking Tour - (412) 321-7707 - The guided walking tour introduces visitors to the
spirits and spine-tingling tales of ghostly happenings in the city's largest historic district. Tour goers will also be "tricked and treated" to homes
festively adorned in true Halloween style. Held annually around Halloween-time. Call for times & dates.

Haunted Philadelphia: Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour - -  215.525.1776 - Dare to visit more than 15 of Philly's frights and sights on a
ghoulish outdoor walking adventure. Walk the cobblestone streets of historic Philadelphia and catch the Spirits of '76 come alive. Hear chilling
stories about the Spirits of '76, featuring: Haunted Facts - Hear stories about the Master of the Macabre, Edgar Allan Poe, who used to reside in
Philadelphia and learn about Leo Callahan, the only prisoner to escape from Eastern State Penitentiary and never be captured! Haunted Folklore -
Learn about the legendary ghosts that inhabit Independence Hall, the spirits of Carpenters' Hall, the dancing statue of Benjamin Franklin at Library
Hall and paranormal Pine Street happenings. Haunted Movie Sets - See famous film locations from big screen thrillers such as The Sixth Sense,
Shooter, National Treasure and more!

Philadelphia- Cliveden Natl' Historic Site - Ghost Hunting 101 - (215) 848-1777 - Do you believe in Ghosts? Do you hear banging, footsteps or
voices in your home? Are you really seeing things or is that just your imagination? If you answer yes to any of these questions, join us at Cliveden
for Ghost Hunting 101. Teaming up with the Free Spirit Paranormal Investigators, Cliveden will offer a workshop and live paranormal investigation for
ghost enthusiasts of all ages. Addressing a wide range of paranormal topics including the history of Ghost Hunting, EVP theory and psychic
protection, the Free Spirit Paranormal Investigators will discuss the do’s-and-dont’s of paranormal investigation. After the workshop, attendees will
gain hands-on experience with paranormal equipment provided by Free Spirit. The group will investigate 200-year-old Upsala, one of the buildings
on Cliveden’s property that is said to contain spirits from the Battle of Germantown. This program is open to all ages. Admission is $30.00 per
person. RSVP is necessary as space is very limited. For further details about this event and to RSVP, please contact Frank, Investigator for Free
Spirit, at 267-496-5267 or by emailing - For further information about Free Spirit Paranormal Investigators, visit  www.

Haunted Eastern State Penitentiary Ghost Tours! Terror Behind the Walls -  Lockdown -  new attraction inside historic Cellblock Twelve, a
three-story wing added to the Eastern State Penitentiary in 1911. The Sci-Fi Channel's program Ghost Hunters declared the cellblock haunted in
2005. The new attraction will be the largest and most sophisticated design yet at the event. It will incorporate custom-built animatronic props, high-
tech lighting effects, digital sound and special effects custom designed for the space. The overall effect will create the illusion that walls of metal
bars and cell doors are electrified. Five individual attractions within the 11-acre complex: Lock Down, Intake, 13 Rooms, The Experiment (in 3-D!)
and Night Watch. Visitors also experience the historic site’s museum. All attractions included in the single ticket price.
Special "Fright and a Bite" Dinner Packages are available each evening of Terror Behind the Walls. Groups or individuals can visit one of the
wonderful restaurants of Fairmount for a Halloween-theme meal, and tickets to Terror Behind the Walls are included with dinner!  Simply make your
reservations at the restaurant and your Halloween tickets will arrive with dessert! And no Ticketmaster fees of any kind! It's a great deal! Call (215)
236-3300/ (215) 236-5111-
The Ghost Bus- Presented by Regal Entertainment Group! Take Regal Entertainment Group’s Ghost Bus to Terror Behind the Walls. The Ghost
Bus: Easy, inexpensive parking, a trolley ride and real ghost stories! Every night of Terror Behind the Walls multiple trolleys loop between the
secure parking lot and the Penitentiary. The cost is just $10 per car, including the open-air trolley ride and real ghost stories! The Ghost Bus
Parking Lot is located at Broad and Spring Garden Streets (about twelve blocks from the Penitentiary).
Call 888-763-NITE

Philadelphia - Haunted Olde Fort Mifflin: Candlelight Ghost Tours- (215) 685-4167 - One of our most talked about events of the year! Come and join
a uniformed Interpretive Guide on a Candle Light Tour of the locations in the Fort Where paranormal activity has been
witnessed. It's a lot of spots
and you'll see them all and hear the stories that make them all the more scary. $20 per person. Tours leave every 20 minutes. Also: Sleep with the
Ghosts!!  Fort Mifflin is considered 'the second most haunted place in the country.' Come stay over and find out why. Participants sleep in the
Enlisted Barracks, Officers Quarters or the Casemates (better know as the Dungeons) Bring warm clothing and your bravery. Historic Nights of
Fright - You asked for it and its back. Formally known as Fright Fest, Fort Mifflin has a new name for its Halloween programs and new activities to
offer. We still have the ghosts of Fort Mifflin, we still have the infamous "Maze", but we have a few new twists that you, your friends and family have
got to see to believe. Admission is $20 per adult, $15 per child (10 and under.) -or-

Ghost Tours of Philadelphia - 215-413-1997- - Peer into the other side of Philadelphia history and folklore on this
candlelight walking tour of America's most historic and most haunted city! Watch history come alive as we journey through Independence Park and
Society Hill. Philly's most popular and unusual nighttime attraction.

History and Mystery Ghost Tours of Philadelphia - 'Prominent Spirits of Old Philadelphia' features fully researched and documented tales of
'hauntings' and the supernatural.  215-423-3930 -

Ghost Tours of New Hope - (215) 343-5564 -  A public walking tour by Adele Gamble is held on Saturday nights from June
through November. Fridays and Halloween in October only. Private tours available year-round. All tours meet at Main and Ferry Streets in New Hope.

Ghost Tours of Strasburg,  Lancaster County, PA - 610-587-8308 - - Join us on a candlelight
walking tour in Strasburg, in the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch and Amish Country. Stroll the streets of the town they call "Hell's Hole" and listen to
the stories of haunted mansions, eerie cemeteries and lost souls.

Rhode Island

Newport- Olde Town Ghost Walks- (401) 841-8600 - (866) 33-GHOST - Take a lantern-led evening stroll down historic
Newport, Rhode Island's shadowy lanes and discover the ghosts, ghouls, and legends of our haunted city by the sea. Take Ghost Tour's Olde Town
Ghost Walk and the answer will be revealed.

Newport- Ghost tours of Fort Adams- 'Fortress of Nightmares' at Fort Adams State Park - Held annually around Halloween-time. (401) 841-0707-
- The Fort Adams Trust announces the Fortress of Nightmares during the last two weekends in October. Starting at 7:00pm,
historic Fort Adams will unleash the restless spirits of its past on special haunted tours. Guides will lead the way through spooky areas of the Fort
not usually seen on regular tours, and you will hear the eerie, bizarre, and macabre tales of the Fort’s long history and legend from the resident
“spirits” themselves! Meet the laborers who built the Fort…the soldiers and families who lived there…learn the secrets hidden within the Fort’s
ancient walls. Unlike many haunted attractions that rely on startling the audience, these scares are based upon the legends and folklore that
surround Fort Adams and in the creepy atmosphere of Fort Adams in the dark. Tours are weather dependant and sturdy footwear is required.
'Fortress of Nightmares' is not recommended for children under 12. Admission is $10 per person.

Newport - Ghost Tours of Belcourt Castle- Call (401) 849-1566 during the days or (401) 846-0669 evenings -  -or- - or- Touring can be a "spirit"-ual experience, when "SPIRITS are willing. Miss Virginia Smith, world
traveler, presents her often revised ghost tour. She reveals the what, where, why and when of hauntings here and abroad. "I don't seek out these
spirits" she says dramatically, "they find me." That Belcourt Castle has ghosts has not been disputed by successive occupants since 1956. "I don't
think the house itself is haunted" says Harle Tinney, the castle's owner "Our ghosts came along with some of the antiques, particularly the monk".
The MONK came with a curious 17th century German woodcarving. More than one visitor has reported seeing a lifelike monk appear a step away
from the stature. A moment later he disappears. People of all ages love the ghost tour. Often the most sensitive guests react strongly in the live
demonstration of the "Haunted Chair".Ghost tours are regularly scheduled most Thursdays. Call for reservations.

Newport- Friday the 13th Ghost Tours of Belcourt Castle- - The 90-minute tour begins with a slide presentation by Miss
Virginia Smith, a world traveler, describing haunted places here and abroad. Mrs. Tinney, owner of Belcourt, and Miss Smith relate personal
experiences in the Castle. The tour ends with a demonstration in the French gothic ballroom. The tour is not appropriate for children under eight.
Ticket Price: $18.00 per person Call (401)846-0669 for reservations Times: 4:30PM - 6:15PM

Providence- Ghost Tours- Ever felt like you were being watched? Had the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end while heading downstairs to
that creepy old basement? Join us as we lead you by lantern light through the darkened streets of the historic East Side, sharing with you stories
that will be sure to send a chill down your spine! The tour is a walking tour and is an excellent little jaunt, but come prepared and make sure you
bring proper walking attire. Also we HIGHLY recommend that you bring a camera, digital is preferable. We have a few stops that have really been
acting up as of late and it really adds a completely different element to the tour! Check website for contact/ E-mail form; and you can purchase
tickets from the website.

South Carolina

Seaport Georgetown- Ghost Tours of Georgetown - (843) 543-5777 - Established in 1732, Georgetown is South Carolina's third oldest city!  Escape
into the past on our haunted history ghost tour as we explore the darkened streets of historic seaport Georgetown by lantern light with re-enactor
Bob Wolf and story teller Elizabeth Robertson Huntsinger Wolf; author of Ghosts of Georgetown, More Ghosts of Georgetown, and Georgetown
Mysteries and Legends. Reservations ONLY.

Georgetown- Walking Shadows Ghost Tours -. We go through the historic district of Georgetown   and visit 2 of the oldest graveyards in the city. We
take a short stroll on the harborwalk and hear of the pirates who once roamed these waters.  And we visit some of the most haunted places in town!
I'm a licensed tour guide and a native of Georgetown; so come on down and do a really great tour! For info or reservations, call: (843) 543-5321

The Spirit of Old Beaufort - (843) 525-0459 - - Come, join “The Spirit of Old Beaufort” for an experience of Beaufort’s
charm that you will never forget. Your hosts, clad in period dress, will stimulate your imagination to transport you to another age, apart from the
noise and rush of today’s world. Featured in Southern Living Magazine: "...the best show in town." ~~ "Whispers From The Grave Lantern Tour" -
1.5 hours - 7:00 p.m.- Guides in Period Dress Haunting Tales of the Lowcountry Refreshments.

Charleston- Haunted Ghost Tour & Cruise of Charleston Harbor - (by Sandlapper Tours) - - (843) 849-TOUR (8687)
Explore haunted city sites that cannot be reached on foot! Climb aboard the Palmetto, our 45ft catamaran, versatile enough to venture down
secluded creeks and handle the harbor's waters smoothly. With a capacity of only 49 passengers, everyone will experience a personalized
atmosphere. Feel the cool breeze of the Charleston Harbor as you hear bone-chilling tales all about: The Hanging of Stede Bonnet, “The
Gentleman Pirate” - Tragic deaths and the lost fortunes left behind - Soldiers and fishermen lost to the dark waves of the Harbor - Ships that appear
as a warning to seafarers - The Holy City’s long history of bloody wars and devastating storms- Charleston’s forts, houses, and ships are the
centerpiece of many of the South’s most famous ghost stories, and now you can get closer than ever before to the fascinating horror of the Holy
City's ghastly past!  Under the cover of darkness, you never know what might be lurking, and after a few ghostly reminders, you won’t feel quite so
alone on the peaceful waters. We’ll make sure you will never see this seaport the same way again!

Charleston - Ghost tours by Tour Charleston, LLC:
(843) 723-1670 - Toll free: (800) 854- 1670 -
The Ghosts of Charleston Tour- Explore haunted Charleston. Tours given by supernatural researchers featured on: The History Channel, HGTV,
CNN, Wall Street Journal, Southern Living Magazine, USA Today, and Travel & Leisure Magazine.

Ghosts of Charleston II Tours by Tour Charleston- Our newest and the only walking tour to explore Charleston's sinister city limits. Discover dark,
hidden vistas and the infamous tales of lost souls, murders, and executions. Encounter specters on the Edge of Town!

"Tour With the Author" Ghost Tours - Charleston's newest ghost walking tour! Explore haunts of historic Charleston with the author of "The Ghosts
of Charleston," Julian T. Buxton III, who entertains and educates guests about famous ghosts from Charleston's colorful past and present. Hear
about the city's most haunted sites including, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and graveyards. Learn about the deep-rooted superstitions of
Charleston's Gullah culture.

Beaufort "Ghosts of the South" Ghost Tours - Candlelight Walking Tours - (843) 575-4967- Enjoy an adventure among the legendary
spirits that remain walking the streets of Beaufort as the Ghosts of the South on an enjoyable candlelight walking tour. Departs from the
West St. Ext. - Daily by appointment at 8 pm.

Ghosts & Legends of Charleston- (866) 550-8939- Join us on The Ghosts & Legends of Charleston walk for a spine-tingling presentation of stories
about real people, true history, folklore, and ghosts! Our acclaimed tour is narrated by Charleston's friendliest guides and filled with tales from the
Holy City's spectral past. The Ghosts & Legends® of Charleston, established in 1994, is the city's original year-round ghost walk. Once you
experience our unique tour, you will know first-hand why Charleston is a town wrapped in wonder and superstition.

Charleston - Anna's Ghost Walks - (843) 720-TOUR - - Join us on an eerie journey into Charles Towne's haunted past as you
stroll 18th and 19th century neighborhoods of the historic district. Stories and legend of the unusual and supernatural are combined with the fun
and fascinating history of our city.Tour is 1 1/2 hours chock-full of old stories and legends of paranormal experiences. See cemeteries. Hear about
new sightings.People continue to hear strange noises and see ghosts walking.They see movement in the shadows and lights move.They smell
burning tobacco and brimstone. They lose things only to find them again hidden somewhere else and pictures fall from walls. Leave message on
machine since we are out giving tours. Reservations are required. Space is limited. Book your reservation online to secure your tour date. We go
rain or shine!

Charleston - Ghost & Dungeon Tour - (843) 722-TOUR - -Come explore The Holy City's streets, cemeteries, back alleyways,
churches, and Join our fully-licensed tour guides on a 1 1/2 hour walking tour through the dark edges of Charleston's Haunted Historic District. You'll
hear fun and chilling stories of Charleston ghosts, haunted houses, voodoo, and Lowcountry superstitions. This is Charleston's only ghost tour that
has access to THE DUNGEON!!

Dark Side of Charleston Tour-(843) 722-TOUR- - Take an uncensored look at Charleston's true history - a history full of
brothels, prostitutes, corruption, crime, scandal and sordid affairs. Find out what really goes on in the streets of this Holy City. From hundreds of
years ago to present day, Charleston has been a place where high society life is shadowed by scandals, temptations and unruly behavior. Join us
for this exclusive and UNCENSORED tour of Charleston's treacherous past. Our licensed and experienced tour guides will take you on a 1½ hour
walking tour of the DARK SIDE OF CHARLESTON.

Ghost & Graveyard Tour - (843) 722-TOUR- - You’ll get an exclusive opportunity to walk inside the gates of one of
Charleston’s oldest graveyards after dark. When all the other walking tours are looking in through the wrought iron fence, you’ll be on the inside.
Explore the graveyard’s dark corners, closely inspect the headstones to see what you might learn, and take a moment to step across the graves, if
you dare. Learn about the history of Charleston’s graveyards and hear tales about the famous individuals who found their final resting place in the
Holy City.This up close and personal tour takes you where others won’t dare go. Graveyards – full of history, intrigue and tales of love and loss.

Haunted Jail Tour- (843) 722-TOUR- - Join us for a behind the scenes tour of The Old City Jail, which housed some of
Charleston's most infamous criminals, 19th century pirates and Civil War prisoners. The Old City Jail was in operation from 1802 until 1939 and most
of the building's original structures remain intact including the cells and warden's quarters. The Haunted Jail Tour takes you through the cells,
hallways and into the places where Charleston's worst criminals lived and died.

Ghost Tours of Columbia - (803) 765-1837 - Join us on the Ghosts and Legends of Carolina walking tour for an intriguing, sometimes chilling
encounter with the region's restless spirit world. Our tour includes ghost stories that have come to us from the dark side, as well as stories from the
Palmetto State's rich folklore tradition. Our sister company, The Original Charleston Walks Inc., founded Charleston's original year-round ghost tour
in 1994. It has since become the most popular and widely acclaimed tour of its kind in the Southeast. Our walks and guides have been featured on
CNN Travel Guide, The Learning Channel, Home & Garden Television, and in several publications distributed nationwide. But, most importantly, it is
the thousands of satisfied customers we have served over the past twelve years that have made our tours truly world famous! Availabiltity limited-
reservations required.

Myrtle Beach Ghost Walk - (843) 361-2700 - - Enjoy moonlit excursions led by entertaining and knowledgeable guides! The
Myrtle Beach Ghost Walk departs at dusk. Hear 13 chilling tales on this spooky adventure, which lasts approximately an hour and a half.
Reservations are highly recommended and group size is limited. Explore the haunted swamps of Gauses Inlet, where alligators and the ghosts from
long ago still reside. But don't come alone!

Ghost Show at the Ghosts and Legends Theatre - Myrtle Beach- (843) 361-2700 - - Experience the most stunning
presentation of Low Country story telling ever, and take home an understanding of why the South Carolina coast is called 'The most haunted place
in the world!'

Blackbeard Seance -Myrtle Beach- (843) 361-2700 - -Prepare to be entertained by the Supernatural! Ghosts and Legends
Theatre at Barefoot Landing is conducting the "Blackbeard Seance," an evening of enchantment that recreates the elegance and mystery of a
classic antebellum seance. Guests ask the spirits questions -and receive answers from beyond the grave! Take part in a 'Living or Dead' experiment
with a ghost! Watch haunted objects move by unseen forces! And take with you an experience that will last 'eternally!' Gather with friends in the
intimate setting of an 1800's southern plantation parlor, surrounded by priceless antiquity. Fact and fiction combine as your medium leads you
through fascinating experiments and the phenomenon of 'communicating with the dead.' Finally, the spirits will be summoned to demonstrate their
awesome ability to manifest in our physical world. The "Blackbeard Seance" brings to life this authentic and spine-tingling form of Entertainment,
while celebrating the area's coastal heritage and southern culture. This most rare evening promises to be unlike any other.

South Dakota

Custer, SD - The Haunting of the Museum! The 1881 Courthouse Museum- The historic building becomes a haunted Museum for a night of fun for
all ages!  605-673-2443 - - 411 Mount Rushmore Road.

Rapid City- Stay at the historic Hotel Alex Johnson- in haunted room # 812! There is a legend here at the “Alex” about the “Lady in White” that
haunts the 8th floor in particular, room 812. Many years ago, it is said that a young woman jumped out of the window in that room – to her death.
She was a very happy, friendly lady – a regular guest here. Individuals that knew her best found it highly unlikely that she had actually jumped and
committed suicide. They suspected foul play as she stood to inherit a good sum of money. Today, reports have it that she wanders the halls in a
white gown, searching for those that are responsible for her death. Sometimes, the window in the room is found open in the morning. Dresser
drawers are turned upside down then put back in the dresser ~ and eerie sounds are heard. Come see if the “Lady in White” will visit you! This
package is available any time that the haunted room #812 is open. Call 605-342-1210,
Toll free: 800-888-ALEX (2539) -

Deadwood- Spirited tours at the Historic Adams House - 605-578-3724 -  This is a tour with the historical information of the house with a twist of the
spirits. You will get little known facts about the lives of the families that lived at 22 Van Buren. Light refreshments will be served-

Deadwood- Historic Bullock Hotel ghostly events & tours! Ghost tours are seasonally available. (605) 578-7777 - (800) 336-1876 -
- or- 649 Main Street, Historic Deadwood, SD 57732

Lake City- Fort Sisseton - E-mail:  -- Daring souls can stay around to go on a lantern-lit tour of the fort and hear tales of
how some believe the fort is haunted. Visitors are encouraged to tour the fort buildings and hear legends and tales of years past from fort re-
enactors. Fourteen historic buildings can be seen and toured. Fort Sisseton Historic State Park is located 10 miles southwest of Lake City off US
Hwy. 10. For more information on the event (and the exact dates and times) contact the park office at (605) 448-5474. To learn more about Fort
Sisseton and other South Dakota state parks, visit


Chattanooga - Ghost Tours hosted by Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc- (423) 821-7125- - Named 1 of the top
ten ghost tours in the US by TripAdvisor in 2010, Chattanooga's original and only locally owned ghost tour will share the city's most haunted history,
as well as the most "spirited" places to photograph, on this 1 1/2 hour walking tour of downtown.  Ghost hunting tours also available.  Tours offered
year round, beginning at the downtown side (South shore) of the Walnut Street Bridge, nightly 8:15 pm ET Mar 1-Sept 21, 7:30 pm ET Sept 22-Nov
30, other times by reservation. Check our website for many of our guests' ghost photos and comments. $14 adults (12 and up), $9 3-11, group
rates available for groups of 8 or more.  Reservations strongly recommended.  Chattanooga's REAL haunted attraction since 2007!

Franklin- Haunted Franklin Tours- (615) 400-3808 - Departed socialites, spies, businessmen, Confederate soldiers,
and even children roam Main Street and Third Avenue, and we spend a delightful hour and a half with them on this tour.  One is helpful, several
appear lonely, and one seems to be afraid of the dark! $15 adults (ages 14+); $10 children ages 6 - 13.  No children under the age of 6, please.
This tour covers about six city blocks. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather. Most of this tour is wheelchair accessible.
Reservations required.

Franklin- Ghosts and Gore Tour-  (615) 400-3808 - - Also known as: The Good Old Days...Not! Tour. This tour is
offered every night at 8:00  p.m. This 90 minute tour features the best of downtown Franklin's ghost stories and explores some of the crime from
Franklin's past -- from rape, murder and prostitution to abortion, bootlegging and murder for hire--as well as the horrifying Battle of Franklin and its
gruesome aftermath. The criminal elements of this tour make it inappropriate for children under the age of 14 (you have to trust us on this).  $15 per
person. The Ghosts and Gore Tour covers about six city blocks.  Dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes.  Most of this tour is
wheelchair accessible. Reservations required.

Franklin- The Widow of the South Tours- (615) 400-3808- To learn about the people and places in The Widow of the
South, we offer, in conjunction with Carnton Plantation, a joint Widow of the South tour. At a combined cost of $20 ($2 off the regular price of $10 for
the Franklin on Foot tour and $12 for Carnton), you will receive a ticket for  a 90-minute walking tour of downtown Franklin and an hour-long guided
house tour of Carnton Plantation. For the Carnton portion of the tour, a reservation is not required. Simply visit Carnton during its regular hours of 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday. Please note: the last tour of the day is at 4 p.m. For the downtown portion of the
tour, call us at 615-400-3808 for a reservation and time for your tour.

Franklin- Cemetery Tour: There's a story behind every tombstone. Franklin’s two old city cemeteries have stories to tell, and visitors now have an
opportunity to hear them on Franklin on Foot's new City and Rest Haven cemeteries tour. Your Franklin on Foot guide will tell stories about some of
the people buried in the cemeteries and explain the meanings behind the symbolism found in funerary art. You will gain a new appreciation for some
of those who have gone before. Visitors will hear about : Anarchy Cowles, whose husband purchased her freedom from slavery;  George Cuppett,
who oversaw the reburials at the McGavock Confederate Cemetery, and whose body was returned to Franklin from his home in Kentucky for burial
35 years later; and Tod Carter, who his men into the Battle of Franklin with the shout, “Follow me boys, I’m almost home!” The cemeteries are
located at Fourth Avenue North and North Margin Street. Daily tours are at 3:00 p.m. and last about 90 minutes. The tour cost is $10.00 for adults
and $5.00 for children 6-12. Ages 5 and under are free. Reservations are required for all tours. Call 615-400-3808.

Franklin - Carnton Plantation Ghost Tours - Historic Carnton Plantation has been called “the most haunted building in Tennessee,” and visitors can
decide for themselves if it's true on guided evening tours of the house. Costumed guides will lead visitors through the house by candlelight,
recounting the tale of the weeping maiden, the general on the porch and the noisy kitchen ghost, among others. After the house tour, we will
venture out to the cemetery. Be sure to stick around to view the pictures we've collected of unexplained phenomena. Michelle Place, on staff guide,
will lead the tours. The cost is $20 per person, and the tour lasts 90 to 120 minutes. No one under the age of 7, please. To make your reservation,
call Eric at 615-794-0903. Do you have a group of twenty or more? How about a ghost tour for an additional holiday event? We will schedule a tour
at your convenience. We are very flexible and accommodating----just call!
~~ Now, see the story of Carnton recounted in a docudrama, Southern Haunts. A historical show with a supernatural twist, the show has
aired on many PBS stations. Other stories include the Bell Witch, the Octagon House and Falcon Manor. A DVD of episodes 1 and 2 is available for
$19.95 plus tax and shipping through the Carnton bookstore. Call Eric or e-mail him at for more information.

Nashville- Belle Meade Plantation- Annual Haunting Halloween Evening Tours- 615-356-0501-

Nashville Ghost Tours- Original Haunted Downtown Walking Tour -(888) 844-3999 -(615) 884-3999 - Explore
the shadow-filled streets of downtown Nashville. Learn about the historical, haunted heritage of Music City during the comfortably paced 90 minute
walking tour. Your lantern-bearing guide will lead you through the dark mysteries and supernatural experiences of some of Nashville's most
recognizable landmarks such as Ryman Auditorium, Tennessee State Capitol, and Printer's Alley. During the ½ mile stroll discover a city that is rich
in history and rich in spirits.

Nashville- Haunted Tavern Tours- (615) 884-3999 or (888) 844-3999- - Get up close with the “spirits” on this unique
walking tour of some of Nashville’s most haunted bars and pubs while hearing “intoxicating” tales of Music City’s dark past. In the tradition of English
Pub Crawls, your tour guide will lead you to some of Nashville’s most haunted bars and taverns.  At each location, you will have the opportunity to
enjoy a beverage, sit back, and get acquainted with your guide, fellow tour goers, and of course, the “spirits.”  
Drinks are not required to have a lively experience!

Nashville - Horse Drawn Carriage Ghost Tours - (615) 469-5825  -or- (828) 257-4001- - Discover the haunted
history and enchanting tales of Nashville's eerie past on this all new horse-drawn ghost tour.  Guests will board an old fashioned horse-drawn
carriage and will embark on a journey to some of Music City's most haunted buildings.  Sit back in comfort and enjoy the ride while being entertained
with stories of ghostly confederate soldiers, tragic romantic tales and the spirit of a girl known as Myra.  Join us on this hour long tour that explores
some haunted sites of the city not previously visited on other tours including Union Station hotel, Hume-Fogg High School, and the Savage House.

Haunted Smoky Mountains Bus Tour- (423) 743-WALK (9255)- You'll learn more about Smoky Mountain
Ghosts and visit some its very historic buildings located in downtown Gatlinburg, as well as the outlying areas in and surrounding Historic Sevierville,
Pigeon Forge, and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Eastern Tennessee, is coming soon. This tour will be a bus tour provided by
Appalachian GhostWalks and Ghost Tours beginning sometime, at the earliest, in early 2009. Stops along this bus tour will be announced when
production of our Smoky Mountain Ghost Tour has been completed.

Haunted Historic Kingsport Ghost Walk - (423) 743-WALK (9255)- We are presently developing a walking tour
of downtown Kingsport call the "Haunted Historic Kingsport GhostWalk". We will be introducing this new tour sometime in 2008 and it will start from
the new "12 Bones" Restaurant and will feature the Old State Theatre as one of the intriguing stops on this tour by foot. We are looking forward to
working with everyone in the Downtown Kingsport area on this new addition and will upload all future details with regard to our Kingsport Ghost
Tours on this site as information becomes available. As always, please check back often for the latest updates...

Gatlinburg Haunted Ghost Tours- (865) 366-5834- Step into the world of the unknown with the Haunted Ghost Tour of Gatlinburg for a
hair-raising ninety-minute tour into the spirit realm of Gatlinburg. Join us as we take a leisurely stroll and search along the shadowy streets and
alleys of Gatlinburg, to hear stories of the unexplained and strange. Hear about a number of haunted hotels and buildings in the downtown area,
about a gruesome murder committed at a very famous hotel here, and the young girl and security guard who still haunt it. Hosted by America By
Foot.  Reservations required.

Haunted Historic Knoxville Ghost Tour - (423) 743-WALK (9255) - You'll learn more about Knoxville Ghosts and
visit some its very historic buildings located in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee is coming soon. This tour will be a bus tour provided by Appalachian
GhostWalks and Ghost Tours. Stops on this haunted bus tour will be announced when production of the Haunted and Historic Knoxville Ghost Tour
has been completed sometime in 2009. Please check back for forthcoming updates to information on the Ghost Tours of Knoxville. Meanwhile, the
results of investigations previously performed for the production of our Knoxville Ghost Tour can be found on our Haunted Historic Knoxville DVD
available on our Ghost Hunter Store...

Pigeon Forge Hauntings Tours- (865) 430-9255 -  Fascinate the whole family with a unique and authoritative blend of
history, mystery, adventure, storytelling and the supernatural. Hear the stories and see the places. Come face to face with the unexplained. Tours
begin at the Tourist Info Center between traffic lights #4 & #5, open daily with plenty of free parking. Adults $13.00 Children 6-14 $5.00, children 5
and under FREE.  

Gatlinburg Ghost Walks - (865) 556-0674- Ghostwalk of Gatlinburg is a walking night-time tour of Gatlinburg's most historic and "haunted" places
which takes about one hour, and is approximately one mile in length. The walk is lantern-led and guided by a local storyteller dressed in costume.
"Ghostwalk" is not a haunted-house tour. It is a storytelling experience with a twist of murder and mayhem. We get your attention, but we don't chase
you around with chainsaws. The stories feature a combination of local legends, history, superstition, folk tales and fiction. The tour's purpose is to
revisit many historic and forgotten stories of murder and chaos that took place during the past 100 years in Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains
National Park.

Haunted Historic Jonesbrough GhostWalk- (423) 743-WALK (9255) - Why is Jonesborough one of America's
most haunted towns? What former U.S. President still walks the haunted and historic streets of Jonesborough? Hear about this former President's
encounter with the infamous Bell Witch of Adams, Tennessee! What mysteries lie on or near the train tracks of Tennessee's Oldest Town?

Bristol- Birth Place of Country Music Ghost Tour -(423) 743-WALK (9255) - Currently in production at this time.
More about this exciting tour, to be located in the downtown historic district of Bristol, Tennessee is coming soon. Bristol was an extremely lively
place in it's youth. Come and find out why on this forthcoming ghost tour and learn more about the Birthplace of Country Music.

Historic Tipton-Haynes Ghost Tour- (423) 743-WALK (9255)- - Learn about the ghostly visitors of one of
Tennessee's most enchanting historic sites? Do the ghosts of former slaves of the Tipton and Haynes families still look after this time worn
homestead? How many spirits haunt the property and buildings on this site? Who builds the fires in the cave which causes the eerie red glow seen
coming from inside at certain times throughout the year?

Johnson City Little Chicago Ghostwalk- (423) 743-WALK (9255)- - Who are the ghosts of the former John Sevier
Hotel which is host to many tragic deaths and at least one suicide? Discover who walks the halls of Johnson City's own television station! Who are all
the children of the past haunting Johnson City's downtown historic district and where did they come from? Learn about the local and regional area
activities of one of the most famous yet notorious gangsters of all time.

Haunted and Historic ETSU- (East Tennessee State University) - (423) 743-9255- - Your guide will lead
you on a journey into the history and mysteries of one of Tennessee's oldest college's where everyone may share the legends, stories and unusual
happenings of the University's past and present on this ghostly tour. Does the first president of the University still roam the campus and halls? This
and several other stories will put you in a state of wonder and you'll find out about them all on this thrilling ghostwalk!

Haunted Historic Erwin GhostWalk- (423) 743-WALK (9255)- presented in Cooperation with the Unicoi County
Historical Society, the Heritage Museum, and the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce, this tour is sure to educate, awe, and amaze
you! Join us as
we stroll down one of Tennessee's most historic Main Streets while visiting its haunted landmarks! Learn about the Cherokee
Indian occupation of the Valley Beautiful prior to the arrival of the first white settlers to East Tennessee, as well as the little known Civil War battle of
"Red Banks" fought on the banks of Unicoi County's Nolichucy River.

Haunted Historic Greeneville GhostWalk-  (January through December)- (423) 743-WALK (9255)- Learn about
the unexpected happenings during our recent investigations of the Dickson-Williams Mansion. How many prisoners still linger inside Tennessee's
oldest jail? Learn about the spirits who haunt a former United States President's home. Will you be touched by the spirits haunting the Gen Morgan

Haunted Historic Blountville GhostWalk - (423) 743-WALK (9255)- - Which families still have representatives
haunting several of historic Blountville's downtown structures? What early frontier mysteries lie buried, or hidden throughout the town? Learn about
one of the areas most famous stagecoach drivers and Tennessee's oldest wagon road. What famous historical figure inacted one of the greatest jail
breaks of the early 20th century?

Haunted Historic Rogersville Walk - (423) 743-WALK (9255)- What secrets are contained within one of
Rogersville's most historic structures known to history as the Clay-Kenner House. What spirits haunt the Mountain Star Mall? Do ghostly visitors still
stay the night at the Hale Springs Inn? What famous figures are buried in one of Rogersville's most historic cemeteries? What tragedy befell a weary
Civil War Soldier in front of the Masonic Hall?

Haunted Historic Cemetery Bus Tours- (423) 743-WALK (9255) - More information about our Regional
Cemetery Bus Tours will be posted here as this and other bus tours by Appalachian GhostWalks develop over the course of 2008 and 2009.
Forthcoming bus tours include haunted and historic sites across the upper East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia Highlands in several counties
including, but not limited to: Washington County, Virginia and Tennessee; as well as Sullivan, Unicoi, Carter, Greene, Hawkins, Knox, and Sevier
Counties in Tennessee. Please stay tuned for additional information...


Tyler- Spirit of Downtown Historic Tours - - With the assistance of The Heart of Tyler and the Smith County Historical Society,
Tyler R.I.P. will be able to provide you with a unique tour of the historic downtown Tyler area. Using the downtown area as a backdrop, Tyler R.I.P.
will intrigue you with not only a brief history of the downtown area, but also give you stories of myths, legends and "ghosts" of downtown Tyler,
Texas. So join us on this unique tour and you, too, will have a greater appreciation for the History of Tyler, Texas! Special Notice for Parents: Please
note, while our tours do not contain any foul language or disturbing images, our night tour is rated "PG-13" We feel that some of the ghastly tales
might be too much for a younger audience. Parental discretion is advised!  A parent or guardian MUST accompany children under 16 years of age
at all times.

Corpus Christi- 4th Annual Heritage Park Ghost Tours - - 361-442-3382 - Hosted By The City of Corpus Christi &
Corpus Christi Spook Central - OFFERED ONLY DURING OCTOBER - ......Join us on a Spooky Candlelight Tour through The Historic Heritage Park
(in downtown Corpus Christi). Tour includes viewing evidence of past investigations of these homes, tour the homes that are rumored to be haunted
by mischievous spirits and lost souls. Who is the little boy who has been seen and heard playing around the Sidbury house? Who is mysterious
woman watching from the second floor balcony at the McCampbell house? Who is the little girl in red seen dancing in front of windows of the Galv�n
House after hours? Hear these chilling tales and more as we explore Corpus Christi's most historic grounds. As a special guest, we will be joined by
members of Corpus Christi's foremost authority of paranormal investigations, Corpus Christi Spook Central. For more information about CCSC
please visit You are encouraged to register early, as these tours fill up fast. Space is limited to twenty-five (30) guests per
tour so please call for reservations. **The price is $8 for adults and $4 for children. For more information regarding the tours or to make a
reservation, please contact Corpus Christi Spook Central at 361-442-3382.

Fort Bliss- Ghosts of Fort Bliss Tour -  at the Officers' Club - 915-569-5715 - {Main # to the Officer's Club: 915-568-7013}.  Join MWR for “Ghosts of
Fort Bliss” starting at 6 p.m. in the historic Fort Bliss Officers’ Club! Listen as noted author Ken Hudnall tells spooky and suspenseful tales of ghosts
and unexplained events which have occurred on Fort Bliss throughout history. Following the tales, participants will take a walking tour of buildings 1,
2, 8, 9, 12, 13 and the Pershing House. This special night includes a campfire buffet dinner of BBQ brisket, smoked chicken, potato salad,
vegetables, garden salad, and a s’mores chocolate fountain. Tickets are $14 for members, $17 for non-members and children 11 years and under
are $8. You may purchase your tickets at the O’Club in advance to ensure your seat!  Seats must be reserved for all ages in order to attend.

Ghost Tours of Galveston -  For the next public tour time call our Ghost Line (requiring no reservations) for information and public tour times 409-
949-2027. For Private Ghost Tours and other information call the office line at 832-892-7419- - Founded in 1999
by Ghost Tours Of Galveston Creator Dash Beardsley, Ghost Tours of Galveston IS Galveston Island's first, foremost, and original haunted
historical walking tour. This unique two hour tour combines history, mystery, ghost stories and legends taking you on a journey into Galveston's
richly unknown past. The Great Storm of 1900 hurricane and the American Civil War Battle Of Galveston have left their rich haunted mark stained
upon the white beaches of the Gulf shores. Come view the Island as you have never seen it before! Those of you who have not had the rare
privilege of traveling back in time with us are highly encouraged to do so! We are certain that even if you don't believe in spirits now, you may very
well change your mind after walking the brick lined Haunted Streets of The Strand District. Our private tours are conducted by reservation only.
Prices: $15 for adults and $10 for children 10 and under.The Tour Group Meets In Front Of The Railroad Museum At Strand And 25th Streets.

Austin Halloween Tours - Celebrate and embrace Austin's dead by taking an Austin Ghost Tour. The tour is a 1 hour and 15 minute walking tour
through the streets of downtown Austin. Hear the true haunting stories that involve the real people, lost buildings and mysterious events in Austin's
hidden past. (512) 853-9826.

Austin- Ghosts Of The Capitol District Tour- Downtown Austin walking tour including The Capital, Governor's Mansion and The Driskill Hotel -- CALL
FOR RESERVATIONS: (512) 853-9826 - On this 90 minute walking tour discover the haunting stories of ghosts that wander the Governor's
Mansion, the Capitol, and the Driskill. Also, you will hear the chilling tales of the dead wealthy Austinites who's sad spirits remain. If you don't believe
ghosts are around you right now you will after this tour!

Austin- HAUNTED 6TH STREET TOUR - CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: (512) 853-9826 - Visit the haunted taverns in Austin's Historic District and
listen to the true stories and legends While visiting our local taverns learn the extraordinary ghostly tales of the people who have lived and worked
along Austin's most historic street. Discover the spirit world lurking on the street that gave Austin the title 'Live Music Capital of the World.

Austin- Ghosts Of The Warehouse District Tour- CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: (512) 853-9826 - On this 90 minute walking tour you will discover
parts of the city that you never knew exsisted. From the oldest buildings in the city, to the sights where the horrific murders of 1885 took place.
Discover the unbelievable true stories of ghosts, murder and mayhem in Austin's haunted history. Yes, we also talk about the incredibly haunted
Driskill Hotel!

Austin- Servant Girl Annihilator Tour- Takes you back to a time before the world had ever heard of Jack The Ripper and the citizens of Austin were
terrorized by America's first serial killer, the Servant Girl Annihilator. On this 89 minute walking tour discover the haunting stories of ghosts that
wander the Governor's Mansion, the Capitol, and the Driskill. Also, you will hear the chilling tales of the dead wealthy Austinites who's sad spirits
remain. If you don't believe ghosts are around you right now you will after this tour!  CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: (512) 853-9826

The Walking Ghost Tours  Of Old Town Spring - "The Ghost Capitol of Texas" - (281) 367-6156 - - Perhaps because of
the charming old homes that house colorful shops, boutiques and galleries, Old Town Spring has a history of ghostly occurrences and paranormal
activity. So much so that the town has been dubbed “The Ghost Capital of Texas." No fewer than a dozen buildings in the turn-of-the-century
railroad town are said to house ghosts, spirits and emanations from past souls. Unexplained happenings and sightings lend credence to the town’s
eerie title, and television crews and “ghost chasers” from throughout the state have visited here to document the paranormal activity.

Ghost Tour on the San Antonio River-  (210) 336-7831- - Riverboat Tours along the beautiful San Antonio River.
Listen to stories about the, Glamorous Days Of Old San Antonio. Hear about the battles and conquest of the immortal heroes of the past. San
Antonio's rich and colorful past has left behind a life time of stories to be told about the Murder, Mayhem, and Haunted occurrences that have taken
place along this about 3 mile stretch of the beautiful San Antonio River Walk.  Enjoy your own private boat, this is a private boat tour for just you and
your group. Ride along the San Antonio River enjoying the lush multi-colored foliage, its many animals along with many other fantastic sights. Ask
about our cocktail stops or having a Cash Bar on the Boat. Our tour guides are guaranteed to entertain and educate you about San Antonio's rich
and colorful past.

The Spanish Governors Palace Ghost Tours- (210) 336-7831- -The only Haunted Palace Tour in South Texas. This is
the Original Alamo City Ghost Tours daytime ghost tour. On this walking tour, you will walk through the very first Capital Building of Texas, the
Spanish Governors Palace, built in the early 1700's. This is probably the most Haunted House in San Antonio. Talk to the people who live with the
paranormal activity in their daily lives. The Spanish Governors Palace sits in an area that has seen as much death and murder per square foot as
any where in the country. Hear about the Murders and the Ghost sightings that have taken place in San Antonio's Oldest Haunted House. Walk
amongst the spirits. Talk to the people who deal with the spirits on a daily basis. The Haunted Spanish Governors Palace sits in an area that has
seen as much death and murder per square foot as anywhere on earth.

San Antonio Ghost & Graveyard Tour- Walk through Graveyards and ride in your Own Private Limo! (210) 336-7831- -
San Antonio Ghost Tours offers the Ghost and Graveyard Tour. Creep through the night alongside the graves of San Antonio's past citizens.
Experience for yourself, walking through some of San Antonio's oldest graveyards. Listen to true ghost stories about San Antonio's dark and wicked
past. See the gravestones and hear the stories about some of San Antonio's earlier citizens. If you think you would like walking through Old
Graveyards while you are being driven around on your own Private Limo Tour. Then this is the tour for you. Old Graveyards are one of the best
places to hunt ghost.


Park City- Park City Ghost Tours!  {Very highly rated tours ~ check out Trip Advisor's perfect ratings HERE!}   (435) 615-7673 -
- Park City Ghost Tours reflects years of research into the colorful past of Park City. Originally a  mining outpost,
most people in Utah considered Park City "Sin City."   MEET AT MINER'S PARK on Main Street Park City (ACROSS THE STREET FROM 412
BISTRO)- Hear about LIZZY- the ghost that lives at the IMPERIAL HOTEL. Her husband shot her and her boyfriend as they lay sleeping in bed. (She
likes men with beards!) Learn about the MINERS who fell down the mine shaft losing every limb on the 600 foot fall! (His favorite bar was the ALAMO
and he can still be seen drinking there today!)  With mining came hard driking, gambling and  brothels. And with this came accidents, mysterious
unexplained deaths, and MURDER!  We believe that ghost are real. Ask anyone who has encountered Park City's ghosts, and they will agree.
MOST of them are harmless. A 70-minute ghost tour of downtown historic Park City will give you, your friends and you family lots to talk about. What
else are you going to do? Drink? Well there's plenty of time for that. After your bike ride, hike or shopping spree, give yourself a fright of a lifetime
with these real-life stories or Park City, Utah!

Lehi - Ghost Tours of tjhe Hutchings Museum - Held in October- Call for dates and times - - 801-768-7180- John Hutchings
Museum of Natural History - 55 North Center, Lehi, UT 84043.

Salt Lake City Ghost Tours - 801-604-1218 - (SLC)- 801-773-5521 (Ogden) - Guided by a professional storyteller, you
will travel by bus to the great "haunts" of the City and learn about the ghosts who dwell in the historic buildings and cemeteries. All Salt Lake City
tours begin behind the Rio Grande Building at 300 S. 500 W. Tours last approximately 1.5 - 2 hours. We recommend that you reserve your tickets
well in advance. however, if you don't have a reservation and you would like to go on the tour, remaining seats will be sold on a first-come, First-
served basis at the time of each tour! Salt Lake City Bus Tour Sites and Stories cover: Utah Historical Society Building, Shilo Inn, Capitol Theater,
The Old City County Building, Salt City,  Every Bloomin' Thing,Trolley Square, Old Salt Lake City Jail, Gilgal Gardens, Eccles Stadium, This is the
place Heritage Park, Fort Douglas Museum, University of Utah Marriott Library, Salt Lake City Cemetery, Jean Baptiste, Salt Lake City Cemetery,
Emmo's Grave, Masonic Temple, McCune Mansion,  Alta Club, Deveraux House. - Held annually every October- Prices: $15 adults; $12
students/seniors; $10 for children. Call for Info: (801) 604-1218 or (801) 773-5521.

Ogden Ghost Tours - 801-604-1218 (SLC) - 801-773-5521 (Ogden) - - Guided by a professional storyteller, you will travel by
bus to the great "haunts" of the city and learn about the ghosts who dwell in the historic buildings and cemeteries.  All Ogden tours begin at the
water tower in front of Union Station at 2501 Wall Ave. Tours last approximately 1.5 - 2 hours.  We recommend that you reserve your tickets well in
advance. however, if you don't have a reservation and you would like to go on the tour, remaining seats will be sold on a first-come, First-served
basis at the time of each tour. The Ogden Bus Tour Sites and Stories will include: Union Station, "Two-bit" Street, Several Stories and stops along
Ogden's Historic 25th St. Including: Roosters, Thomas Hardy Salon, Madam Bell London, The Athenian, The Daily Grind, Zeneger's, Panhandlers,
Onyx Hair Salon, Hen Feathers and Fanny and the Murder Company.  The Egyptian Theater,  The Bookshelf,  Old Godfather's Pizza,  Victorian
House, Ogden Defense Depot, Ogden City Cemetery, Farr's Ice Cream, The Silver Spur Salon,  The Alvey Group,  Broom Hotel, The Ben Lomond
Hotel, Ogden Municipal Building, and Ghost Protection Lore. Sites and Stories may vary according to weather, time and traffic conditions.  We will
disembark at certain times when conditions permit.

Ghosts of Camp Floyd- Fairfield, UT- (801) 768-8932 - - Call for dates & times - Camp Floyd / Stagecoach Inn - Is Camp
Floyd haunted?  Visitors are encouraged to bring their own tape recorders, film, digital and infrared cameras where park staff will assist participants
in the use of their equipment in finding paranormal orbs, mists and sounds. A brief presentation will be conducted to familiarize visitors with ghost
hunting techniques before the investigation starts. Park staff has conducted two investigations of paranormal activity at Camp Floyd and will also
present their findings at that time. They gathered evidence using sound recordings, digital and film cameras. Visitors will have the opportunity of
hearing recordings, see photographs and view other paranormal evidence gathered at this historic site. All participants will be invited to present their
findings at the conclusion of the investigation. After all presentations are finished, the park will host a viewing of "Ghostbusters." This event is free
and open to the public. Visitors are encouraged to view the museums at Camp Floyd prior to the event. The park is located 25 miles southwest of
Lehi on State Route 73.

Ghost Hunts hosted by the Utah Ghost Organization - Visit the ASYLUM 49. Call 435-882-8856 to register! E-mail Troy Wood: utahghost@hotmail.
com -or- Brian Beck:


Wilmington- The White House Inn - Haunted Halloween Ghost Hunt & Victorian Era Seance! Includes two nights stay, dinner one night, breakfast
daily, a Halloween show. The event will include dowsing for Mrs. Brown & any other spirits that may be stirring on All Hallows Eve. The vault in the
basement, the secret staircase, or the attic are all likely hideouts for our “resident ghost”. Following dinner, a table-tilting seance will be held in the
parlor. Once in touch with the spirits, you will begin your own Ghost Hunt. A short lesson in the power of dowsing rods, and you are on your on ghost
hunt....don't get lost!  (800) 541-2135 -- (802) 464-2135 --

Stowe- Green Mountain Inn Ghost Tour - One of Vermont’s oldest haunted hotels, the historic Green Mountain Inn in Stowe offers guests an
opportunity to meet its resident ghost, Boots Berry, hear venerable Vermont ghost stories told by author and public radio commentator Joseph Citro
and take a candlelight lantern tour through the streets of Stowe. Citro will read from his comprehensive collection of offbeat Vermont lore and best-
loved ghost stories at the Green Mountain Inn on Halloween weekend  (Please check to make sure that this specific event will be going on this year).
Guests will
then carry old- fashioned barn lanterns through the streets of the historic village, hearing stories of Stowe’s ghosts including the tales of
Emily’s bridge and the Green Mountain Inn’s own Boots Berry. - 800-253-7302 -  802-253-7301
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Ghoulish Getaway Package -  Package includes two nights lodging, full country breakfast daily, a welcome box of hand-dipped Halloween
chocolates, a "choose your own" pumpkin from a nearby farm, and a guided evening lantern tour of historic Stowe village. Intrigued by ghosts,
goblins or things that go bump in the night? The Green Mountain Inn is one of Vermont's oldest haunted hotels!
**** Stowe’s Green Mountain Inn **** named as One of the Great Places to Sleep with a Ghost. Green Mountain Inn offers guests unique
Ghoulish Getaway room package. Hearing things that go bump in the night might not be tops on everyone’s list of fun things to do. But fans of
ghosts and goblins should book room 244 or the Peter Lovejoy suite at Stowe’s historic Green Mountain Inn if they are looking for a haunting
experience. According to, the leading online bed and breakfast directory and reservation network, the Inn is one of America’s
great places to sleep with a ghost. That accolade is thanks to tales of the Inn’s resident ghost, Boots Berry. Staff and former guests have claimed to
have heard the tap dancing ghost on the 3rd floor roof during winter storms. To celebrate their haunted status, the Inn is offering guests a special
room rate package that includes two nights lodging, full country breakfast each morning, a box of handmade chocolates, lantern tour through the
streets of the historic village, and a chance to pick your own pumpkin at a local farm. Rates are based upon double occupancy. Package rates start
at $172 per person. The Green Mountain Inn, originally built in 1833, began as a coaching inn for 19th century travelers located in the heart of
Stowe village. Stowe's original inn retains much of its antique charm offering 104 rooms, suites and apartments.

Stowe - Lantern Tours- (802) 244-1173- Stowe, At Night, Lantern Tours - One hour walking tours that allow individuals to explore the town of Stowe
from the early settlers' perspective. Learn about how the first settler Oliver Luce settled in Stowe and the history of the town. A professional guide
narrates the entire walk by entertaining the group with legendary ghost stories and Stowe history. Come spend an evening on the leisurely half mile
walk, and carry an authentic replica of an 18th century barn lantern to help ward off the countless ghosts!


Abingdon - Mistress of Haints returns to Abingdon for annual ghost tours! - (276) 676-0849 -  Abingdon is well-known for its
ghostly tales from Martha Washington Inn to The Tavern.  Ghost - busting Emmert spearheads the tour along aged brick - lined sidewalks as she
takes haint hunters on a sentimental, metaphysical, sometimes harrowing journey through two centuries of history, local lore, and fascinating ghost
stories! Tours are hosted by Donnamarie Emmert, the self-proclaimed "Haint Mistress," and ghostly author of "Haunted Historic Abingdon, Vol. 1."
Contact Donnamarie for dates and times.

Historic Abingdon GhostWalk - Please call: (423) 743-WALK (9255) for reservations - - Held from January
through December- But please call to confirm all dates and times.  This is our Oldest Walking Tour and the Gateway to America's First Western
Frontier!  Lying in the heart of the first Washington County in the country to be named in honor of the first United States President, this tour is great
as a package with area haunted and historic Bed and Breakfasts, Grist Mills, Museums, Carriage Rides, and the Virginia State Theatre!  Who's red
eyes are seen through the windows of the Abingdon Tavern late at night? Does Bob Porterfield still "manage" the Barter Theater from beyond? Who
is the musician presenting the mysterious violin performances inside the Martha Washington Inn? Join your certified ghost hunting tour guide as we
walk down Main Street of old Abingdon established in 1778... The Abingdon Tavern (1779) Originally named Wolf Hill by Daniel Boone in the year of
1760, If you dare, join your guide on a breathtaking walk through the "dark side" of Abingdon as we make our way around the historic district to visit
sites which have been centuries in the making. While visiting this historic locale, be sure to take advantage of fine dining from The Tavern
Restaurant, established in 1779, which is one of the oldest buildings in the Southeastern United States still being utilized and open to the public for
business. You just might have an encounter with "The Lady of the Tavern", as we like to call her, who you'll hear more about during the tour. Then,
after the GhostWalk where you'll hear about its history and hauntings, take a tour of The Martha Washington Inn, once listed on the Travel Channel
as being one of the most haunted inns in America! In addition, we highly recommend that you make an attempt to time your visit so that you can
catch one of the wonderful live plays at the prestigious Barter Theatre, the longest running professional resident theatre in America. The Barter's
interior auditorium, in addition to other parts of the building, serve as a home for many mysterious happenings which we will again share with you
during the GhostWalk. You just may run into Mr. Porterfield yourself while you're there, especially if it happens to be opening night! Scientific
investigations of the interior of historic buildings along this tour route currently include the famous Barter Theatre, The Tavern Restaurant
established in 1779, and The Martha Washington Inn - which was listed on the travel channel as being one of the most haunted inns in America!
The results of our ghost hunter investigations are available in DVD format from your tour guide, or from our Ghost Hunter Store.

Alexandria - Woodlawn Plantation's Annual Haunted History Tours - Held around Halloween-time. - - (703) 780 -4000 - Tour
“one of the most haunted plantation houses in Virginia” at night, hear first-hand tales of encounters with Woodlawn’s “other worldly” inhabitants and
learn about the darker side of life (and death) in 19th century Virginia. The candlelit haunted history tours at Woodlawn Plantation create a fitting
atmosphere for the stories of mysterious events that have taken place in each of the mansion's rooms. Tours begin every 20 minutes and last for
nearly an hour, ending with the enactment of a séance. Areas of the house normally closed to the public are open for the occasion. Please note:
Haunted History is not recommended for children under the age of 8.  Tours from 6:00 – 8:40 - * Cost: $15.00 per adult- * Reservations required by
phone: 703.780.4000 x26327.

Alexandria’s Original Ghost & Graveyard Tour- 703-519-1749- You’ll follow our 18th century costumed guides as
they lead you by lantern light telling you ghost stories, legends and folklore about colonial Alexandria. You will hear about unsolved mysteries, tales
of romance and angry ghosts looking for revenge. You’ll be entertained by our stories and charmed by Alexandria’s streets brimming with 18th
century houses. Each tour is a one-hour, six-block walking tour. At the tour’s end your guide will abandon you in a graveyard!

Cape Charles Ghost Walks - - 757-331-2274- The Ghost Walk is a fun way to enjoy Cape Charles' history while
hearing about the strange sights of the Chesepeake Bay. Ghost Rides are available from the Marina. The guided walking tours are an interesting
way to hear the stories that still survive this railroad town. If you can't make it for one of our guided tours, you can take the Bicycle Ghost Ride which
leaves from the Marina. Just ask one of our friendly rickshaw drivers. Scheduled Ghost Walks begin at different times in the year.  Ghost Walks
begin at Rayfield's Pharmacy, at 2 Fig Street, Cape Charles. Rickshaw Ghost Rides leave from the Marina at various times, and tourists can see the
haunted sites from the safety of their bike. CUSTOM TOURS can be arranged any old time you like, and are AFFORDABLE, and FAMILY FRIENDLY.

Charles City - Berkeley Plantation Autumn Sunset and Spirits Tour - Come early and explore the beautiful October gardens at Berkeley, Virginia's
most historic plantation. Then meet your knowledgeable costumed guide at the Gazebo on the West Lawn overlooking the James River. Relax and
enjoy light hors d'oeuvres, magnificent panoramic views of the sky, field and river as sunset falls. Your guide will share the story of Berkeley and its
amazing history and at twilight lead you through a candlelight tour of the elegant 1726 mansion. By reservation only.  Date/Hours: Friday, October
16, 2009 - (Opens: 5:30 PM)- Main Number: (804) 829-6018 - Toll Free: (888) 466-6018

Dumfries - Haunted Heights Ghost Walks - Weems-Botts Museum Annex - This 30-45 minute guided evening walking tour through Dumfries'
Haunted Heights includes the ghostly cemetery dating from the 1600s, tales of spectral wonder and mystery along the way. Learn about the most
haunted house in Dumfries and the recent "happenings". Finish with hot chocolate and cider by the campfire in eerie and haunted Merchants Park.
Walks are every half hour between 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Fridays and Saturdays in October. Free for members; $5 for non-member adults and $3 for
children. Free parking. Weems Botts Museum Annex Bldg., 3944 Cameron St., Dumfries, 22026. 703-221-2218. Handicapped-accessible.

Dumfries - Haunted Museum Lock-ins at Weems-Botts Museum - Weems-Botts Museum Annex, - The evening begins with a Haunted Heights Ghost
Walk, then test you bravery by spending the night in Dumfries most haunted house. Bring a camera, tape recorder, flashlight and sleeping bag.
Tour and lock-ins begin at 9pm and leave at 6am the next morning. Limited space available. Reservations required. 3944 Cameron Street,
Dumfries, 22026. 703-221-2218 $50 per person.

Guyandotte Candlelight Walking Tour- -  Presented by Huntington Paranormal Investigations & Research.
Huntington Paranormal has been given the opportunity to participate in Guyandotte's Annual Civil War Days Festival!  We'll be giving guided walking
tours throughout the historical section of downtown Guyandotte, lecturing on the various homes and places of historical significance. Step back 148
years into the 19th Century to the town of Guyandotte, Virginia. This guided lantern tour will lead you through the streets of Guyandotte to
experience the stories of it's historic past.  The tour features many of the homes and buildings that played a role in the Civil War raid on Guyandotte
on November 10th 1861. Your tour guides will be Huntington Paranormal’s very own members, complete in period costume! The tours are
sponsored by Huntington Paranormal and with full support and permission from the Guyandotte Civil War Days committee. The tours will last
approximately 1 hour, and the round trip is under a mile in length on flat ground, but walking shoes would probably be preferable. The route is also
wheelchair accessible. Tours are FREE to the public!  Tour times: TBA.  Tour departs from:  The Guyandotte Branch Library Parking Lot- 203
Richmond Street- Huntington, WV 25702 - (304) 528-5698.

Leesburg Ghost Tours - hosted by the Virginia Scientific Research Association - 703.899.4993 - --  -- - Afraid of ghosts? Frightened of things that go bump in the night? Don't be! Come for a two hour stroll through downtown Leesburg
and learn about paranormal research, paranormal event investigation, and see the tools of the trade first hand. Our tours feature rich Leesburg
history, demonstrations of research equipment, and a "hands-on" ghostly experience! Adults are $10, kids 12 and under are $5, small children will
not be charged.

Leesburg Hauntings Tours -  (703) 777-7427- - Held annually around Halloween time - (Annual event) - Discover "the
Real Nightlife of Leesburg"! In its 18th year, this walking tour allows visitors to tour the haunted homes and businesses of Leesburg. “The Hauntings
Tour is quite well known -- even nationally so-- because once a year through the generosity of the property owners, we’re able take the tours inside
several of the haunted places. We have people coming from all over the country for this event,” says Peter Kelpinski, Hauntings founder and
member of the Museum’s Board of Trustees. Advance ticket purchase recommended. Event Time: 6-10pm - $20/person - Loudoun Museum-
Leesburg Town Hall -

Lexington City - Haunting Tales: Lexington's Ghost Tour - (540) 464-2250-  Experience the eerie transformation of the
charming little city of Lexington after the sun goes down. Walk with us through back streets and alleyways to the venues of Lexington's long since
departed residents who supposedly still occupy them. Witness first hand the strange, unexplained phenomenon which has occurred nightly without
fail in the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. You don't have to believe it to see it!

Richmond - Haunts of Richmond Walking Ghost Tours - (804) 343-3700-- Explore the dark side of Virginia's capital
city and hear its ghostly and ghastly tales! 400 Years of Life and Death.....Your Ghost Host will guide you on a fascinating nighttime exploration of
the Shockoe Bottom, Shockoe Slip and Capitol Hill areas of Richmond, where over 400 years of history have produced an ample share of those
caught between this world and the next. Hear ten tales of the mysterious, tragic and downright terrifying things that have led to numerous reports of
paranormal activity along the tour route including: The Great Theatre Fire, Church Hill tunnel collapse, Civil War Hospitals, and many more!

Rocky Mount - 'Ghosts & More Tours' - - (540) 483-1890 - (Hosted by the Franklin County, VA Historical Society) - Rocky
Mount Spirts!! See 'em and hear their stories! Ride a vintage bus through town to visit spots where ghosts have been sighted and murderous
activity has taken place. All our stories are true - or at least as we heard 'em. More than 65 actors/interpreters put on the show. History is fun! Come
and see. Advance ticket purchase recommended. $13 per seat. The tour begins when the sun leaves the sky and darkness settles in. - See Rocky
Mount in a different light – and meet some of our better known “spirits.” Ride an antique bus through the Town of Rocky Mount – Each tour lasts
about an hour. * See places where ghosts hang out and murderous activity has taken place. * Actors and interpreters tell the tales. * Tickets $13 for
ages 13 and older - $5 ages 12 and younger. Not recommended for the very young.

Staunton - The Ghosts of Staunton Tours-  Join us as we explore downtown Staunton on a 90-minute walking tour. Our tours offer many ghostly
tales and experiences, along with historic facts of Staunton's past. Our guides are all experienced paranormal investigators who will share some of
their favorite investigative techniques in the field. Our tours offer an actual hands-on experience using paranormal equipment. Does Mrs. Bagsby
haunt the Belle Grae Inn located on Frederick Street? Does the spirit of Elmer Higgins wander the Mugshot Coffeehouse Cafe (formerly the Daily
Grind Coffeehouse) in search of his killer? Come hear their stories......Ghosts of Staunton is presented by the Shenandoah Valley Paranormal
Society.   SVPS has investigated many locations here in Staunton as well as some of the most notoriusly haunted locations in the country.  SVPS
offers a variety of classes and workshops for individuals interested in learning more about hauntings and investigating them.  Please visit us at
Shenandoah Valley Paranormal Society  for more information. Tours are scheduled for all Fridays and Saturdays in October and the first two weeks
of November. Tours depart at 7 and 9 pm from the Mugshot Coffeehouse Cafe (formerly the Daily Grind Coffeehouse) at 32 S. New Street and last
90 minutes. Tours leave rain or shine, please dress accordingly.Reservations are recommended. Please call 540-448-2743 or 540-448-0094 for
reservations and information.

Saltville Ghost Tours - (423) 743-9255 - - Historic Saltville Ghost Tours is coming soon. Saltville was called the
Salt Capital of the Confederacy. Come and find out more about it as well as it's incredible natural history. Our Saltville Ghost Tour will probably be
another of our haunted bus tours and is projected to be ready, at the ealiest, sometime in 2009. Please check back soon for forthcoming updates...

Virginia Beach - Spooky Virginia Beach Lantern Tours- - 757 897-9600 -  If you take our Virginia Beach Lantern Tours....
and hear about the ghosts of Virginia Beach...You may never close your eyes again! Stroll The Boardwalk - "Virginia Beach is a real ghost town at
night " with our spooky Lantern Tour by Candle Light are all about ghosts! Our private evening haunted lantern tours are approximately 1 1/4  hour
duration. This tour, like all our other tours, are private tours for your family or group. You will not have other persons in your group that you do not
know. Since this is a private tour, we are able to accommodate and adjust our tour's fear level to the level of the youngest participant. With a private
tour,  you can continually ask questions and have conversations with your guide.  Email us with the date and start time of your choice.

Virginia Beach - "The Original Virginia Beach Ghost Walk"- 757-498-2127- Your 90 minute walking tour departs from
the lobby of the Haunted Fun House at 2500 Atlantic Ave May 29th through September 2nd --- 7 nights a week rain or shine (umbrellas provided if
needed). Ghost Walk starts at 8 PM Please try to arrive at least 15 minutes early. Adults: $15.00 - Children 6 to 12: $7.00 - Children under 6: FREE!

Warrenton Ghost Tours - (Chris Payne) - (540) 349-1199-

Williamsburg Ghostly Lantern Tours - - 757-897-9600 - Join me for a walk down the eerie streets of Williamsburg
illuminated by the lantern's glow. Choose colonial history or ghostly legends, or even combination of both. If it is colonial history you are interested
in, you will hear the stories of people and events of this colonial capitol, and walk in the footsteps of some of those who most shaped the course of
our wonderful nation. There are many interesting Civil War stories connected with this Williamsburg as well!

Williamsburg - James River Plantation Progressive Ghost Feast Tour & Dinner - -or- - CALL FOR
DATES & TIMES- (804) 829-2196 - Experience a unique evening of ghost stories, graveside readings, a reading of the Legend of Rippons Run and
a re-telling of the Beechwood Tragedy.  In addition you will explore Piney Grove's collection of antiques, historic buildings (Piney Grove-1790,
Ashland-1835, Ladysmith-1857 & Duck Church 1917) and gardens, and enjoy an elegant four-course candlelight dinner. 5 - 9 p.m. $55 per person
(plus $2.75 tax).

Williamsburg- The Haunted Dinner Theater is a must-see for Williamsburg visitors!  (757) 258-2500 - - This is a family
friendly whodunit. There is nothing scary that takes place.  Audiences of all ages (2-102!) enjoy Williamsburg's finest performers who unravel a
murder mystery right in front of your eyes and stage crew dazzle you with special effects, music and some magic. Combined with a 71 item All-You-
Can-Eat Buffet; this is a not to be missed event! Now Playing: "GhostBashers" - June thru October. Sit back and let our talented troupe dazzle you
with an audience participatory mystery show complete with clues & bribe $$, special effects, music and a little night magic. Capt. George’s World
Famous Restaurant provides the dinner which includes an all-you-can-eat buffet of Snow Crab Legs, Prime Rib, Broiled Chicken, Manicotti, Fried
Shrimp, Seafood Casserole, BBQ Ribs, Clams. The choices are endless.  

Woodbridge - Rippon Lodge Ghost Tours - Rippon Lodge Historic Site,15520 Blackburn Rd.,Woodbridge, 22191- Tour historic Rippon Lodge after
dark. Hear tales of tragic duels and visit the 18th century cemetery. Tours every half hour. Friday and Saturday 7pm-9pm. Reservations required.
$5 adults; $3 per child. . 703-499-9812. Handicapped-accessible.

Note: For Washington, D.C. -- click here: It is listed under "D" for District of Columbia.

Washington State

Spooked in Seattle Tours - - Inspired by the forthcoming book, Spooked in Seattle, by Ross Allison and Joe Teeples
of A.G.H.O.S.T. (Advanced Ghost Hunters Of Seattle - Tacoma). You will be guided by real ghost hunters as they venture through the streets of
Seattle telling ghost stories about some of the city's most chillingly haunted sites. These 90 minute walking tours also included a 15 minute
presentation on ghosts and some of the evidence collected during real paranormal investigations. Are ghosts for real, or are we haunted only by the
spooks in our minds? That is for the curious to find out, and see why we are Spooked in Seattle.
** Spooked on the Pier Tours -  This walking tour guides its guests along Seattle's beautiful waterfront and lower parts of Belltown, built from the
famous Alaskan gold rush, as you hear of the area's history and haunts. The old piers hold more than its historical wealth, as real ghost hunters
share true ghost stories and their own personal experiences at some of these frightening places. Your two hour chilling adventure will start off with a
fifteen minute discussion about ghosts and the strange happenings going on in the world of paranormal research, followed with photos that may
prove that spirits could very well exist among the living. Visit locations such as the Pike Place Market, Kells Irish pub, and the Moore Theatre.
Wander through the lower parts of Seattle hearing about chilling stories of an anniversary haunting, famed Seattle restauranteur Ivar Hagglund's
frightening family tragedy and the famous Mahoney trunk murder. These stories that haunt the piers and Belltown area may leave a chill in your
spin. So are you brave enough to see why we are Spooked In Seattle? For the winter quarter, the Spooked on the Pier tour is by request only with a
minimum of four or more participants. Please call (253) 203-4383 to schedule. Reservations need to be made in advance for all tours. Ticket Price:  
$13.00 Adults, $8.00 Children 13 years and under. Tour Host: Ye Olde Curiosity Shop - Please contact Ye Olde Curiosity Shop for tickets and tour
times. 1001 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98104 - (206) 682-5844
** Spooked on Capitol Hill Tours - Embark on this walking tour through Capitol Hill, the charming and historic neighborhood which during the late
1800's was home to many of Seattle's wealthy families, business leaders and now home to some of its well known ghosts. Famed for being featured
in movies such as Singles & The Slender Thread, Capitol Hill also features famous haunted sites such as Washington's most documented spooked
locale, known as the Harvard Exit Theatre. This site was once the meeting hall for the Women's Century Club during the 1920s and it appears some
of its past members are still meeting there today in a ghostly form. In fact it is believed to be haunted by Bertha Landes, Seattle's first female mayor.
Besides the Harvard Exit, this tour will take you to other chilling locations like the Richard Hugo House which at one time was a mortuary as well as
an exploration of Lake View Cemetery. This site is now the resting spot for Seattle's pioneers and the famous Bruce & Brandon Lee graves.
Whether you believe in ghosts or just enjoy the stories that unfold at these unsettling locations, be assured that Capitol Hill has plenty of spooks to
offer the questioning mind. For the winter quarter, the Capital Hill tour is by request only with a minimum of four or more participants. Please call
(253) 203-4383 to schedule. Reservations need to be made in advance for all tours. Ticket Price: $13.00 Adults, $8.00 Children 13 years and
under. Tour Host: Harvard Exit Theatre Please contact Harvard Exit Theatre for tickets and tour times. 807 E Roy St. Seattle, WA -(206) 323-0587

Snohomish- The Spirited Ghost Tours of Downtown Snohomish Buildings will be offered by Friends of Ghosts Paranormal Investigations and
Research during Festival of Pumpkins.  Oxford Saloon and Eatery;  913 First Street - Cost:  $10, $5 Children under 5 free – Tickets available from
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tour Days- Groups of 12 or more can make special tour arrangements by calling Sandy Wells – 360-420-7738 or e-mailing - Win a trip to go on a real ghost investigation - Raffle tickets for $2 each- Hosted by  the Friends of
Ghosts Paranormal Investigations and Research (FOG) - E-mail: - 360-899-5955

Haunted Happenings: A Seattle Ghost Tour!  Hop on board a minivan for a tour of Seattle's creepiest locales. Tour guide Jake injects a healthy
dose of history into some of the less, um, well-documented tales. Who knew that Georgetown was once home to a poor farm? Among the tour's
creepier moments: a peek in the window of the nightclub that was the site of the notorious 1983 Wah Mee Massacre.
(206) 365-3739 -

Queen Anne Mystery & Murder Tours! This tour visits the locations of some of Seattle’s most grisly crimes, which are graphically described by Jake,
a real story teller! The cases investigated on the tour include: A mass murder -- The Unlucky 13 --Tong wars--A million dollar burglary-- Brothels--
Arson--Hatchet man--Soy sauce murder mystery-- Blue eyes-- Please call (206)365-3739 to make reservations

Capitol Hill Mystery & Murder Tours! Jake offers another exciting murder and mystery tour.- Was it suicide? The kid from Aberdeen.--The Reservoir
Man--The great "Raoul"  ... see the case the movie was based upon--Chicken Legs--The Goldmarks--The Congressman-- Mr. Tommy Gun--The
Mystic Reverend--Jimi Hendrix--Bruce Lee--Ted Bundy--and much, much more. UNSOLVED  MURDERS, BRING YOUR GOOSE BUMPS, BRING

Seattle-  Capitol Hill Ghost Tour - Hosted by The Seattle Museum of the Mysteries - (206) 328-6499 -  - or - philip@seattlechatclub.
org  -- A guided historical tour of Seattle's most historically haunted locations, famous ghosts and history with a review on Capitol Hill's prohibition
history. Every Saturday, 5pm -meeting at the Seattle Museum of the Mysteries- 623 Broadway E.- Suggested donation: $5 adult, $3 ages 8-16-
Reservations suggested for groups or school classes. Join us on a guided walking tour around Capitol Hill's historical haunts, highlighting Harvard
Exit Theater, Lakeview Cemetery and Seattle's pioneers, Bruce and Brandon Lee's gravesite and other historical sites around Capitol Hill. The tour
is approximately two hours of easy walking with a break at Cafe Ladro. Highlighting: Harvard Exit Theater, Deluxe Bar and Grill, Loveless Building,
Water Tower, Asian Art Museum, Volunteer Park, Lakeview Cemetery (when open), Quest Bookstore and Theosophical Society. --Famous People
and Ghosts of Seattle:  Princess Angeline - Daughter of Chief Seattle, Kurt Cobain, Nellie Cornish, Madame Damanable, Dennys, Frances Farmer,
Jimi Hendrix, Bertha Landes, Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee, Doc Maynard.

..............Don't want a long walking tour? Meet up with folks from  the Seattle Museum of the Mysteries at 5:30pm - for the Lakeview Cemetery- Only
Tour ----$2 -- Lakeview Cemetery only - meet in front of Asian Art Museum Noguchi Black sun statue- Call Museum ahead in case tour is cancelled.
206-523-6348. - Directions to Asian Art Museum: Take I-5 to Olive Way. Go right uphill to Broadway and turn left. Turn right onto East Aloha street
and left into Volunteer Park at 14th Avenue East.

Seattle- Mystery Museum Lock-In! (At the Seattle Museum of the Mysteries)- Dare to be locked into the museum - one of Seattle's most haunted
buildings! Tour the back hallways and areas of Seattle's first post-prohibition bar! Lock- in also includes a stop over to the Northwest's most haunted
theater - the Harvard Exit. Experience: The ghost history of Capitol Hill, Seattle and the Northwest haunts, Ghost Stories, and ghost hunting while
you try and solve the mystery of the building's own ghost - Peter Alexander Dunnovitch. Possible Seance. Nothing staged, dare to experience any
strange sounds, smells and sightings that appear. Only for the brave at heart -- for ages 8 and up. Children must be accompanied by a brave adult.
If you dare! - (206) 328-6499.

Seattle- Ghost Tours of the Pike Place Market - (206) 322-1218 - - MARKET GHOST TOURS & THE MARKET THEATER
OFFER A TOUR & A SHOW Pike Place Market Seattle --- Beginning in May  2008, The Market Theater, home to Unexpected Productions, is proud
to host the Market Ghost Tour followed by a live improvisational theater show, The Gum Wall Rally  an evening for local and tourist alike; sharing
eccentric Seattle history in a setting that allows the audience to participate. Mercedes Yaeger, of Market Ghost Tour, has been a tour guide in
Seattle for the past ten years and has crafted the tours to be entertaining and educational.

Vancouver- Old Fort Vancouver Candlelight/ LanternTours- Officer's Row - a re-enactment of life at the fort in the 1800s, Please call for exact dates
and times. Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, 1001 E. Fifth St., Vancouver.  ~~~  "Ghost Walks on the Row." These Ghost Walks are filled with
tales of people who once lived in the area. But as the name implies, history lessons are also peppered with spooky tidbits. Call (360) 992-1800. -  Held annually in October.  Walks start every 15 minutes from the O.O. Howard House. Call for exact
dates and times.

Vancouver Old City Cemetery Tour - Held annually in October - near the northwest corner of Grand and Mill Plain Boulevards in Vancouver. Check
for exact times and dates. (360) 992-1800 -

Seattle- Bill Speidel's Underground Tours  (Seattle's Pioneer Square) - (206) 682.4646- Bill Speidel's Underground Tour is a leisurely, guided
walking tour beneath Seattle’s sidewalks and streets. While you roam the subterranean passages that once were the main roadways and first-floor
storefronts of old downtown Seattle, Tour Guides regale you with humorous stories our pioneers didn’t want you to hear. It’s history with a twist! The
tour begins with a seated introduction inside Doc Maynard’s Public House, a restored 1890s saloon. Then you walk outside through historic Pioneer
Square to three different sections of Underground—about three blocks in all. The Underworld Tour is an historic guided tour of sin and flimflam in
Seattle's infamous old red-light didtrict. 21 years old and over only. With VALID ID(no exceptions). SubSeattle is a rollicking, 90 min ride through
city neighborhoods, peppered with irreverent humor. 18 years old and over. Offered May-September.

West Virginia

Moundsville - Former West Virginia Penitentiary ghost tours & haunted events: (303) 845-6200 -

Ghost Hunts - The Night begins at 8:00 P.M. at the Former West Virginia Penitentiary that was once known as one of the bloodiest prisons in
AMERICA. We prefer that you investigate in groups of two or more.  For your hunting pleasure, you can visit or investigate with our on-site
EVER HAVE, SO MUCH SO, YOU WILL WANT TO COME BACK! We invite you to share your Ghost Hunting Experience with us by sending your
stories and pictures to

Night Tours - Experience the former West Virginia Penitentiary in the dark and create your own “fear factor”! Groups of friends, coworkers from the
office or families looking for a different kind of adventure can schedule a Night Tour. Your tour begins at midnight. Groups of at least 20 people
participate in a 90-minute historical, educational tour of the facility with a trained guide. After that, create your own spine tingling, in-the-dark tour of
this gothic fortress until 6:00 am. Bring your own food and drink (alcohol is prohibited), your camera and your ability to have fun.

Dungeon of Horrors - Be introduced to one on the scariest places behind bars! You will experience the fright of being locked up in a cell, the fear
of being lost in a maze and the terror of an eerie walk through the dungeon of horrors! Call (304) 845-6200 or (304) 845-6529- - $14.00 per person Through TicketMaster. The Former West Virginia Penitentiary housed some of the most violent
criminals in history. Many of the prisoners who lived here also died here. The prison is known to have one of the highest levels of paranormal activity
in the United States and most people who have survived the dungeon of horrors believe that the prisoners still haunt the darkened hallways of the
prison today. Purchase your tickets in advance and skip the lines. Note:  Due to an overwhelming amount of people visiting, it is suggested to
purchase your tickets ahead of time before they are sold out.  304.845.6200-

Parkersburg- Haunted Parkersburg Ghost Tours - (304) 428-7978 -or - cell: (304) 408-7721- Join us, as we stroll over the
quaint streets of downtown Parkersburg covering its haunted history and famous paranormal tales. Listen as the tour guides tell you stories of the
Banshee of Marrtown, the East End Ghoul, tales of the West Virginia Mothman, the Men in Black and the November 2nd, 1966 appearance of the
alien Indrid Cold (featured in "The Mothman Prophecies" book and movie) one mile south of the city limits of Parkersburg. See actual places
possessed by spirits, and haunted houses along the route, and pass by a haunted graveyard to hear to tales from within. Listen to famous accounts
of railroad ghosts, Civil War spirits, Island haunts, and various supernatural stories unique to Parkersburg only. The ghost tour takes approximately
two hours and the walk is under two miles, but at a leisurely pace so you can enjoy the beautiful scenes and mysterious atmosphere. As always, the
walk begins at the historic Blennerhassett Hotel in the downtown business district of Parkersburg. Tour meets at 7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the hotel.
The Blennerhassett Hotel is located at 4th & Market Streets in downtown Parkersburg. Call (304) 422-3131 for directions to the hotel. Hosted by
medium and author Susan Sheppard.

Ghost Tours Of Lewisburg- (304) 256-8687 - Contact Person: John Luckton Take a candlelight walking tour of haunted homes and sites in the
Lewisburg Historic District. Two tours are offered each Friday and Saturday night, September through November, and by arrangement. The
Mansions Tour is at 7:30 and the Cemetery Tour is at 9:00pm. The tours originate from the General Lewis Inn. 301 E. Washington St.

Ghost Tours of Harpers Ferry- (304) 725-8019 - - Since 1977, Shirley Dougherty and her family have been
offering visitors a lantern led tour through the streets of Harpers Ferry. The tours are now hosted by Shirley's granddaughter. Guests are captivated
by the tales of mysterious apparitions appearing in buildings laced with tragic history. The ghost tours are nighttime walking tours through the town
of Harpers Ferry.  We stop at different buildings and locations, tell you the ghostly story of that location, and, when it is known, share the history of
what caused the spirit to remain behind. We would like our visitors to know that we are a Christian company.After the tours will be Christian

Beckley- Ghost Tours of Beckley- Held On Saturdays Only. Downtown Historical Beckley Tours, Including Several Mansions, The Raliegh County
Court House, A 1931 Theatre Plus Several Coal Baron Houses On Kanawha St. Tours Held June - September At 8pm. Bring Your Camera! 771 Old
Eccles Rd , Beckley, WV. Phone: (304) 256-8687 -Contact Person: John Luckton

Martinsburg Ghost Tours- Tours of Haunted Martinsburg every Saturday night-Labor day through Halloween! Civil War Ghost Tour 7:00,
Graveyard Tour 8:30. One hour walking tours of haunted places. No folk tales! Bring your camera and get set for a chilling adventure! Great for
Civil War buffs too! $10.00 for adults $8.00 for elementary school children and 55+Seniors. Group tours of 10 or more Sunday through Friday all
year! If your group is meeting in the Berkeley, Jefferson or Morgan County area, invite Susan Crites to speak! She'll tell the stories of hauntings in
the area, real encounters with the supernatural. Goosebumps garunteed!  PO Box 1411 -Hedgesville , WV  25427.-Phone: 304-754-6983 -Contact
Person: Susan Crites -E-mail:


Superior- Flashlight Tours of the Fairlawn Mansion & Museum -  Reservations strongly recommended - Belief in superstitions and spiritualism was at
its height during the Victorian era. Today, rumors of ghosts at Fairlawn haunt the internet. Though no staff members have encountered spirits in the
mansion, you can judge for yourself. Tour the mansion after dark when our guides will regale you with stories of popular superstitions and macabre
customs of the Victorians. Perhaps you might even catch a glimpse of things that go bump in the night. ~ ~ ~ Breaking a mirror a brings you seven
years of bad luck. Throw spilled salt over your shoulder to blind the devil. A diamond shaped fold in clean linen portends death. Belief  in
superstitions and spiritualism flourished around the turn of the nineteenth century. What better place to learn all about it than Fairlawn Mansion –
and what better time than on Friday the 13th? Our very first flashlight tour takes place at 7 PM, March 13th, 2009. Visit the mansion after dark for a
chillingly fun tour filled with stories of the macabre customs and superstitions of the Victorian era. Bring your own flashlight! Young children must be
accompanied by an adult. Adults $8, Students & Seniors $6, Children 5 & under are free. Call (715) 394-5712. Mark your calendar, because if
you miss this one, you’ll have only two more chances this year, on Friday, November 13th, 2009 and Halloween weekend 2009~ !
Superior Public Museums, 906 East 2nd Street, Superior, WI, 54880 -

Cedarburg- Gothic History Tour- Explore the dark side of Cedarburg. Take a chilling peak into Cedarburg's past during this popular 90 minute
walking tour through the downtown historic district. Tickets available at the CCC Box Office. hosted by the Cedarburg Cultural Center- (262) 375-
3676 - Toll free: 800-237-2874 - -

Burlington Haunted Tours- (262) 767-1116 - or-  (262) 767-2864 -   E-mail:
The Haunted Woods Tour: Multi-Dimensional & Portals --The most favorite tour is the Haunted Woods Tour. Here you will not only experience
spirit activity, but you will be walking in and out of interdimensional portals and experiencing yourself shifting in and out of dimensions!
Ancient Burial Mounds Tour: The mounds were built by an ancient race that pre-existed the Native American People. They understood the
energies of earth and knew where the doorways were that opened into the other dimensions or worlds. Mounds were built on these doorways. Later
the Native Americans built their burial sites around these locations.
Enchanted Forest Tour: 4 Hours of Dimensional Shifting, Surfing the Vortices, Experiencing the Enchantment of the Fairies and Little People.
Visiting Rock Mounds, Earthen Mounds, Sacred Circles, Burial Grounds, The Goddess Realm, Places of the Guardian Spirits and Portals (doorways
into the other worlds)  Finished with a trip to the Center to view photos and get a copy of your FREE Cd of photos taken of your tour. Yes - We also
do them in the Winter.  (Brought to you by Burlington Research Center)

Door County, WI - Ghost Tours of Door CountyI  (920) 868-1100- - Ghost Tours of Door County! Step aboard the
"Trolley of the Doomed" as we share tales of ghostly sunken ships, haunted lighthouses and mysterious happenings on the darker side of this
spirited peninsula. Join our scary, fun, and informative filled tour that is truly one of a kind. $21 +tax per adult & $16 +tax per child (2-10 yrs). Tours:
Nightly Ghost Tours for 2008: June 2 thru October 31, 2008 (also, Memorial Day Weekend - May 23 - May 26). Departs at 7pm during June thru
September. Departs at 6pm during October. Duration: 90 minutes. Pick Location & Times: Departs from Orchard Country Winery (1/2 mile south of
Fish Creek on Hwy 42) at 7 p.m. (May thru September) and 6 p.m. in October.

Milwaukee- "Ghosts of Brewers Past" tour at Forest Home Cemetery-  (414) 643-0050- Hosted by the Milwaukee Beer Museum - -  or-  May 3, 2008- 2 p.m., the Milwaukee Beer Museum will be conducting
its semi-annual "Ghosts of Brewers Past" walking tour of Forest Home Cemetery. We'll visit the final resting places of all the major beer barons
(Schlitz, Pabst and Blatz) and some less well-known (Krug, Graf, Munzinger, Borchert) and tell their stories of how they built the beer industry that
made Milwaukee famous. Everyone is invited - the tour is FREE - we will gather at the Holler House (2040 W. Lincoln Ave.) at 2 p.m. and proceed to
the cemetery. After the tour everyone is invited to return to the Holler House for questions, beer talk, and of course drinking some beer! For more
information, call Jim Kupferschmidt at (414) 643-0050.


Casper - Ghost tours- (307) 267-7243 - Painted Past will take you down Casper's alleys, visit haunted restaurants, and the first Fire House for more
tales. Each stop will enthrall you with creepy stories of the unknown. Please bring your camera, and take pictures. You will be entertained by the
haunting tales of Casper the Friendly Ghost's Tour!