While updating the U.S Ghost Tours from Viator and adding a new page to our Ghost Tours, Walks & Hunts section (Haunted Places Tours), I came across some other neat tours on Viator. Specifically, season-appropriate Halloween tours and activities, such as:
Add a new adventure to your Halloween festivities this year. Come join all the fun on a haunted one hour speedboat cruise on Lake Michigan.
Step right into some of the most pulse-pounding moments in horror history at Universal Orlando® Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights®, the nation’s premier Halloween event. On select nights from September 19 to November 1, you can explore eight terrifying haunted houses, multiple street experiences, outrageous live shows, and many of your favorite rides and attractions.
Experience two of Salem’s most fascinating and spooky attractions with this Super Saver, just in time for Halloween! Take a guided tour of the Salem Witch Village with a real practicing witch to learn about the myths and realities of witchcraft, and explore the Salem Wax Museum to come face-to-face with life-like replicas of Salem’s famous historical figures, such as the merciless Salem Witch Trials judge and Nathaniel Hawthorne, author of The Scarlet Letter. Nearby, visit Old Burying Point — reputed as the second-oldest burial ground in the country – and stop by the Witch Trials Memorial to commemorate the victims of the Witchcraft Hysteria of 1692.
There’s even an international one, in perhaps one of the most spirited cities across the pond to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve:
Expect the unexpected on a spine-chilling walking tour, discovering Old Edinburgh’s spookiest secrets. By the cover of night, your exclusive tour will pass through the historic Old Town, from the ancient gallows to the creepy Canongate graveyard. Regaled by dramatic tales of torture and traitors, your bloodthirsty guide will ensure a memorable evening full of Halloween horrors to terrify even the bravest souls amongst you!
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