Are you looking for an interesting and spooky new way to celebrate Halloween? Why not try taking a ghost tour? We took the Haunted Hike by the Calithumpians theatre group in Fredericton, NB and loved it! I would really love to do one of these unique tours some day. I’m a big Dan Brown fan.
A unique tour through the dark heart of Rome that reveals the city‘s sights in a different light with tales of the female pope who haunts a bridge, a notorious mass murderer and more.
Paris has a sordid history as the scene of torture, murders, plagues, revolution, and wars. This unique, nocturnal tour looks behind the city’s beautiful, romantic facade to reveal its dark side.
Expert guides reveal the ancient secrets beneath the surface of modern Rome, including a “bone chapel,” cult sites, and 2nd century catacombs where Christians practiced their forbidden faith.
An off the beaten path experience, as expert guide lead you through this world-famous cemetery – occupied by some of the world’s greatest artists, such as Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Chopin, and Edith Piaf. Their fascinating stories will give new life to these colorful characters.
Explore historic sites of Rome that ignited the imaginations of bestselling author Dan Brown as well as 14th century poet Dante. This unique tour recaptures the mystery, intrigue and romance of Angels and Demons.
Few towns are as frighteningly fun as Bowling Green Kentucky, hometown of Halloween creator, John Carpenter. Who can say for sure what inspired Carpenter to imagine Michael Myers’ fateful escape from the area’s now infamous Smiths Grove Sanitarium, but certainly the spirit of Halloween lurks here. For seasonal fall fun, consider:
- Unseen Bowling Green, a ghostly adventure that discloses the dark and mysterious history rooted around downtown BG’s Fountain Square Park with visits to an eerie cemetery and a secret haunted location that has been closed to the public for nearly 100 years. There’s a family version and 21+ version of the tour.
- Those hey men of the season: scarecrows at two locations, the Trail of Scarecrows at Barren River Lake State Park, also hosting a “Spook Out Weekend” with costume contests and pumpkin rolling and the fourth annual Scarecrow Trail is a charitable walking/hiking trail throughout the Lost River Cave, a seven-mile cave system with a river running through
- The Haunted Lantern Tours at Historic Railpark & Train Museum, where visitors listen to spooky stories and legends by ghoulish actors.
- “Reel Sites, Real Scary: A John Carpenter Driving Tour.” While no movie scenes were filmed in Bowling Green, Carpenter did make numerous area references in his flicks, 17 different locations around town including the log cabin where Carpenter lived as a boy on Western Kentucky University’s campus. open to the public (Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. when classes are in session).using local street and community names like the fictitious Warren County- Smiths Grove Sanitarium from where Michael Myers escaped in Halloween.
What’s the scariest tour you’ve ever taken?