May 2016 -
-----I have begun to list tour dates for this summer. Due to the unpredictability of my day job, I will typically only post new dates a few weeks in advance.
I will provide a 20% discount to current and past military service members on the two tours Memorial Day weekend. Thank you for your service!
Both tours have been listed by Westword in their "Ten Best Haunted Tours and Scary Story Tours Around Denver"!!!
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If interested in any of the tours, make your reservation by calling 888-649-3849 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. As usual, if you have a group of five or more and would like to schedule a different date, please feel free to make contact, and we can work it out. (Please try to give a few days notice.)
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What is it?
Two tours available!
"Ghosts and Legends Tour" - Morrison, Colorado - ~1 1/2 hours
Meets at the Veteran's Memorial located at corner of Bear Creek Rd and S Park Ave (across from Morrison Liquors, 505 Bear Creek Rd)
Featured on the Peter Boyles radio show, the Canyon Courier, Westword and the Jefferson County Sentinel and Transcript Newspapers, this is not the "This Building Was" tour. Join your host for a haunted walk through historic Morrison, Colorado. Who has passed through these buildings and whose spirits still remain?
Hear chilling stories about haunted buildings and their inhabitants, the Lecherous Indian Chief, the haunted Cliff House, the Hatchet Lady of Red Rocks and more!!! Join us in the nearest far away place. Only minutes away from downtown Denver, and a stones throw from Red Rocks Park, Morrison is a step back in time for visitors and locals alike.
Frightening fun for the entire family!
"Murder, Mayhem and Madness Tour" - Golden, Colorado - ~2 hours
Meets in front of Golden Visitor's Center (1010 Washington)
Golden, Colorado is known as the home of Coors Brewery and the School of Mines, however, during this haunted history tour hear tales of the wild, wild west that this town once was. Tales include lynchings, shootouts, murder, and mayhem. See the park named after an innocent man hanged by a mob and the location where Golden's 'Night of Terror' took place. Hear what nefarious activities used to take place on top of Golden's Castle Rock, what paranormal activity may have forced a building to be shortened by one floor, and much more.
Due to the Wild West nature of the stories of the "Murder, Mayhem and Madness Tour", some salty language may be used and some stories may be disturbing. Parental guidance is strongly encouraged for children under 13.
How do I join?
Reservations are required
Please call us at 1-888-649-3849 and then press 1 to leave a message (we may answer personally when you press 1 as well) or contact us by e-mail with your contact information, requested date(s), and number in your party and we'll confirm your reservation as soon as possible. email@example.com
Adults - $15.00
Children 12 and under - $10.00
Discounts are available for groups over 10 people.
Cash or Credit Card accepted. No checks, please.
Reservations are required to schedule a tour. Tours will be led on the dates and times listed below. We will take reservations for groups of 5 or more for other dates and times (Please give at least a couple days notice for additional tour date requests.) All tours will run rain or shine.
Feel free to request dates and times that are not listed, however, there are no guarantees that the request will be granted. If a tour guide is available, and your group is contains 5 or more people, your request will usually be granted. Private tours may be granted to groups of 15 or more. Call or email to discuss arrangements.