Historic Ghost Hunt Tours of Elgin, Illinois recently announced a new tour, Bluff City Cemetery Ghost Hunt Intensive, and an improved one, Elgin Cemetery Ghost Hunt Van Tour.
The new Bluff City Cemetery Ghost Hunt Intensive is a three hour tour that meets at Bluff City Cemetery. They allow tour goers to
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Haunt Jaunts Connects Travelers with Haunted Places in New Ways for 2013
For the Halloween 2013 season (and beyond), visitors will find Haunt Jaunts has expanded its offerings to include listings of haunted hotels, ghost tours, and paranormal events.
September 20, 2013: For the Halloween 2013 season, Haunt Jaunts, a
While updating our Recommended Ghost Tours page today, I decided to include ghost tours from our affiliate, Viator. I had intended only to add ones for the United States, because I guess I figured that's all they'd have. To my delight, I found a bunch of haunted European tours too!
As if I don't have enough projects on my plate, now I'm thinking about creating a Haunt Jaunts tour.
Actually, I've been thinking about this for quite a while. However, I was thinking more along the lines of buying a haunted building and hosting events. (Both non-paranormal and paranormal alike.)
Okay, so I keep coming across paranormal events. Please bear with me as I continue to tweak my reporting of them. Still trying to figure out the best way to share them.
The week they happen seems too little time. (Unless , of course, I've just learned of them the week
A couple of years ago, I wrote about one of the dark sides of the "Ghost Hunters" effect: lockouts. No, not something Ghost Adventures has made famous, which is lock downs.
Rather, lock outs occur when a paranormal investigation group, show, or ghost tour company signs a contract with a site
This is a guest post by Selina.
At this time of year ghosts and ghouls are never far from our minds. But did you know that you can raise the spirits of your favorite ghost hunters all year long with Ghost Tour experience gifts from Xperience Days? Here’s a spooktacular selection