Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour

Visit Copp’s Hill Burying Ground in the North End, nestled atop the tallest point in one of Boston’s oldest historic districts. Here you will visit the final resting place of Cotton Mather, a man famous for his “intimate” involvement with the Salem Witch Trials. Then to the Granary Burying Ground where you will visit the final resting places of many of the famous heroes of the American Revolution including John Hancock, Paul Revere and Samuel Adams.

Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour

Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour by Trolley

Washington D.C. has many famous and historic buildings and monuments, some with spirits and ghosts. What better way to see most of them than by trolley? Get picked up and dropped off at your Washington D.C. hotel.
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Visit FDR Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Korean War Veteran’s Memorial and the Iwo Jima Memorial plus, plus view 100 historic sites on this 2 1/2 hour tour.
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San Francisco Vampire Walking Tour

OK, this was a fun way to see San Francisco after dark. The “mostly” true stories on the undead in San Francisco’s history make the rest of the stay more enjoyable, especially since we stayed in the nearby “haunted” Mark Hopkins Hotel.

Along with the Mark Hopkins we spent two hours visiting Grace Cathedral, Nob Hill Cafe, Huntington Park, Pacific-Union Club and the Fairmont Hotel.

It can get pretty cool at night in San Francisco, so bundle up against the chills – real and imagined.

Ghost & Spirit walking tours of the world

Maruyama Ôkyo (1733-1795): The Ghost of Oyuki ...

The Ghost of Oyuki

No matter where you go, you will find ghosts, spirits, graveyards and unexplained phenomena lurking about.

Explore just some of the walking and riding ghost tours in the world:

Old Montreal Ghost Walking Tour

Chinatown Ghost Walking Tour

Key West Ghost Walking Tour

New Orleans Garden District Ghost Tour

New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour

Venice Ghost Walking Tour

The Original Stockholm Ghost Walk and Historical Tour

Ghost and Mystery Walking Tour of Rome

Atlanta Ghosts and Legends Segway Tour

Ghosts and Gravestones – Savannah

Orbs of Oahu Ghost Night Tour

Memphis Ghosts Walking Tour

New Orleans Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour

Edinburgh Underground Night Walking Tour

Boston Ghosts and Gravestones

Ghosts and Gravestones – St Augustine

Haunted Vegas Tour and Show

Cemetery and Gris-Gris Walking Tour

New Orleans Vampire Tour

San Francisco Vampire Walking Tour

Skip the Line: Crypts and Roman Catacombs Small Group Half-Day Walking Tour

Honolulu City Ghost Haunts Walking Tour

Haunted Philadelphia: Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour

Murder and Mystery Walking Tour of Edinburgh

Warwick Castle, Stratford, Oxford and the Cotswolds

Chicago Halloween Haunted Cruise

Sacred Hawaiian Spirits Morning Tour

Hamlet Castle Tour from Copenhagen

Skip the Line: The Edinburgh Dungeon

Underground Berlin – Subways, Bunkers and the Cold War Walking Tour

Halloween Horror Nights 21 (XXI) 2011 Scare Zones at Universal Orlando

Halloween Horror Nights

Sept. 30 thru Oct. 27, 2011

OK boys and ghouls, the 21st annual Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando is almost upon us.

With six scare zones, there is way too much to really appreciate in one night. Sign up for 14 Halloween Horror Nights with a two or three day pass to Universal Orlando. You’ll die to keep coming back.

Stay overnight at the “Holiday” Inn just outside the Main Gate…
…if you dare.

Watch a video from last year:


Nevermore: The Madness of Poe
The madness of Edgar Allen Poe’s greatest works has come to life.  Step into the mind of the iconic writer, where every turn of the page takes you closer to the brink of insanity.

The Forsaken
Four ships began Columbus’s fateful voyage, only three became legend. Condemned to a watery grave, the mutinous and cursed crew of that 4th ship has returned with a vengeance.  For within the walls of a Spanish fort, a maelstrom has brought from the depths….death itself.

H.R. Bloodengutz Presents: Holidays of Horror
Join creature feature host, H.R. Bloodengutz, in his final televised broadcast as he presents a SCARE-athon of holiday-based horror that is guaranteed to cleave you screaming for more.

The Thing
Paranoia spreads like an epidemic among a group of researchers in an isolated Antarctic outpost as they are infected, one by one, by a horrifying creature from another planet. In a place where there is nothing, they found something.

Saws N’ Steam: Into the Machine
Spinning blades and massive, crushing pistons await you around every corner as you are forced deeper into the bowels of a mechanical nightmare.  Give yourself to “The Machine.”

The In-Between
An ominous portal reveals a 3rd dimension where all is not what it seems: a realm where our world and another collide.  Surrounded by fiendish creatures, your eyes will deceive you with every step through this phantasm of terror.

Winter’s Night: The Haunting of Hawthorn Cemetery
As snow falls on this normally serene gothic cemetery, the deceased souls that occupy its confines have their sights set upon you, insuring that the chill you feel up your spine is more than just the cold of night.

Nightingales: Blood Prey
Within every war, the Nightingales have appeared.  Able to transform themselves to fit any setting, these savage banshees feed on the weak and the helpless.  Patrolling WWI era trenches, you discover that you are more than just at war…you’re being hunted.


Acid Assault
For decades now the city has been degrading from the effects of Acid Rain that still falls today, caused by factories which sprung up on the city’s edges during the 20th century.  Those that have lived and survived the blistering decay are all alone in the city. Survivors have stripped the city of all life to sustain their own…dare to enter the ACID ASSAULT.

Canyon of Dark Souls
Upon entering into the Canyon of Dark Souls, you will feel like a small spec of humanity as the overwhelming sense of death surrounds you. Creatures that dwell within the Canyon are not welcoming so walk slowly as to not disturb them.

Grown Evil
Enter, if you dare, into our garden where Evil grows. Nature has taken this once well manicured sanctuary back from the humans who once kept it.  Now the creatures that inhabit the garden are making any human that enters their prey.

Journey through the ever changing maze of darkness.  This all black maze will morph and change as you walk through it. You will not be scared the same way twice.

As daylight shines upon our Temptresses, their appearance, though evil, allows you the spectacle of beauty.  As night falls, these 7 temptresses will show their true colors and take on their true Fatal Evil forms. Beware of your own temptations.

Your Luck Has Run Out
Enter if you dare into the lair of the LUCKY!  Your choices will determine if you make it out alive. Witness lucks deadly wrath, will she choose you to be her next victim?


Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure
Party on as those two most excellent dudes return to skewer the biggest names in entertainment and pop culture.

Death Drums
A seductive, hard-hitting and raw extreme drumming experience.

Get on the bus – with San Diego ghosts

Haunted San Diego Ghost Tour  keeps San Diego History Alive… One Ghost Story at a time.  Haunted San Diego is a 2 Hour Riding and Walking Tour Combined!

Learn the history of San Diego with our Special Haunted Twist.

Aboard the ‘Coffin-on-Wheels’ guests are transported in Spooky Style to 6 sites throughout San Diego. At each site, disembark The Ghost Bus and on foot, get up-close visits to Documented Haunted Locations. Learn the tales of Who Lived There, Who Died There and Who’s still said to Haunt There today!

This Haunted History Tour is the Perfect Blend of Rich San Diego History, Suspenseful Haunted Tales and Spooky Fun!

Haunted San Diego Ghost Tour Features:

  • San Diego’s Only Themed Tour Vehicle ‘The Ghost Bus’
  • Professional Costumed Storytellers
  • Corny Jokes and Spooky Surprises
  • Plus, You’ll see a ‘Haunted Artifact’ and ‘Proof’ that Ghosts exist
  • There may even be an Unexpected Scare!

Tour includes off bus Walking Tours to these Historic Sites:

  • A Romantic Gaslamp Quarter Hotel
  • An Historic Haunted Hospital
  • A DARK Mysterious Mansion
  • A Victorian Getaway- With a Sinister Secret
  • San Diego’s Oldest Graveyard and
  • The Infamous Whaley House!

Visit San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter District

Explore Haunted Gaslamp: 

New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour

Probably the most famous of the New Orleans night tours is the New Orleans Haunted History Ghost Tour of the old French Quarter. and legendary Vieux Carre.

OK, so this comes with an offbeat, theatrical New Orleans tour guide, it is eerie, chilling and fun-filled.

Imagine visiting a French Quarter bar with actual “spirits”. 

Visit: GoThere New Orleans

Read some Recent Traveler Reviews

Two most haunted hotels in San Diego

view of hotel del coronado

Hotel del Coronado

One of the largest wooden buildings in the United States, the Hotel del Coronado (The Del) was built in 1888.

Before 1900,  two tragic women had separately committed suicide, each taking with them the life of an unborn child. Their ghosts remain in two rooms.

The ghosts of a little boy and girl have also been reported, as well as a hotel caretaker walking the dining room and a Victorian lady gliding across a dance floor.

More stories, photos, map and if you are brave: make reservations


Horton Grand Hotel


Two Victorian hotels, the Grand and the Kale Saddlery were lovingly reconstructed onthe former site of Ida Bailey’s  “cat house” in the heart of the Gaslamp’s historic red light district.

At the time, a favorite haunt of Wyatt Earp, the hotel is now the haunting grounds of the ghost of a mid-1800’s gambler by the name of Roger A. Whittaker.

More stories, photos, map and if you are brave: make reservations

Star of India – San Diego Ghost Ship

San Diego’s Star of India sailing ship is one of the oldest iron-hull sailing ships still afloat . A dedicated crew of volunteers take care of the ship and even sail it out into San Diego Bay and beyond to the Pacific Ocean off the California coast.

Built in 1863, this ship has been in nearly every seaport in the world. Many, many sailors served on her, but not all walked off under their own power. More than a few died on the Star of India, their bodies sent to the bottom of the ocean. Some poor souls however were killed so suddenly and so violently that their spirits still haunt the ship.

See more photos of the ship and learn more about the spirits that never left the Star of India.

Explore an interactive map to the Maritime Museum Association of San Diego, keepers of the Star of India, and see where the closest hotel is located.

There are many more things to see and do along San Diego Bay.

Rome crypts and catacombs

Capuchin Bone Chapel

Capuchin Bone Chapel

When in Rome, do as the Romans? Touring the city’s subterranean burial chambers is something often done by locals, but is almost unheard of with tourists.  So be the first one on your block to have gone “catacombing”.

The Capuchin Crypt chapel walls are completely covered on the inside with human bones. It is only creepy if you stop to think what you are seeing – and standing next to!

Some of the catacombs like the Domitilla Catacombs no longer have bodies on display to the public, but you can sure get the feeling what it must have been like. Bodies were not so much buried here as they were set into shallow holes in the walls, far underground, in the dark. Thank goodness for electric lights. (no cameras though, in any of these places.)

There is a 3-hour tour that starts daily around 2:30 from the Piazza Barberini. – Map – This one is close to a metro stop.
Read what others have said about the tours.
Get more information and reserve tickets before you go. These tours sell out early.

Here is are some pretty good,  reasonably priced, nearby hotels.



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