What better time to go Ghost Hunting than October, the month for Halloween. Sometimes, things do go Bump in the night. Bring your camera, and see if you can catch a ghost wondering the streets of North Georgia. As Halloween is fast approaching, I thought I’d share with you a list of some of the wonderfully scary tours that are in your neighborhoods, and you might not even know it.
Please contact the individual tours if you wish to make reservations, but be warned, you may get more than you bargain for.
North Georgia: Dahlonega Ghost Tour
“See Dahlonega by moonlight from twilight to dark and stroll to the local ghostly haunts as well as the local cemetery. Dahlonega is known for two famous photographs of ghosts so get your camera ready. Dahlonega is rich with ghost lore. Be prepared to hear all the local ghost stories that accompany this city’s history.
Please feel free to call or email us if you have any questions. Our phone number is 706-429-6083. Our hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week.”
North Georgia: Canton Ghost Tour
“Whether you’re an aficionado of the paranormal, a history buff or just out for an evening of entertainment, there’s something in it for you in every Canton Ghost Tour. Join us for a hauntingly good time in historic Canton.”
(Currently, Canton Ghost Tour accepts cash payments only.)
For more information about scheduling a Canton Ghost Tour, call (770) 651-8901 or email us at CantonGhostTour@gmail.com.
The easy directions are from North or South I-575, take exit 19. Go toward Downtown Canton. Take a right at the end of the ramp. Go approximately 1.4 miles gazebo will be on your left.
Atlanta: Atlanta Legends Segway Tour
“This spirited tour will give you a look at the City of Atlanta’s darker side as we share local anecdotes and legends. The journey will take you on a spine tingling trip through downtown Atlanta from Underground Atlanta to the State House and all the way to Centennial Olympic Park.
Hear about Atlanta’s most sinister characters and haunted happenings from the famous to the not so famous. The tour will roll through Fairle-Poplar District in downtown and down Peachtree Street where tales of local legends are told. Then on to Georgia State University to hear about ghosts that haunt the campuses of Atlanta.”
All tours meet at 250 Park Ave West NW Unit 105, Atlanta, GA 30313.
Lawrenceville: Scary Stroll and Ghost Trolley Tours
“Join us (if you dare) for a 90-minute walking tour of some of Lawrenceville GA’s most interesting places and the stories behind it’s most bizarre events, hauntingly told with the charm and personality of a real southern storyteller. Or,…
Take the Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley and travel off the square to haunted locations just off the square. The Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley offers new stories, like the Lawrenceville Female Seminary where the ghosts of school girls still run up and down the stairs. We will take you by the train depot where a robbery went terribly wrong with deadly consequences and even the Historic Lawrenceville Cemetery regarded as a haunted hot spot by nationally known paranormal investigators.”
Tour begins at the Aurora Theatre, 128 Pike Street, Lawrenceville, GA 30045
Atlanta: Roswell Ghost Tour
“Your experienced guide will lead you on this (at least) TWO hour tour through the historic district of Roswell. One of the highlights of the tour is a visit to Founders Cemetery, the burial site of the founder of Roswell, Roswell King. Here, bodies are buried beneath modern streets and houses. Grand Greek revival mansions and humble mill worker’s apartments are some of the haunted sites you’ll see on this mile of easy walking. We are active paranormal investigators who promise to thrill, educate and enlighten with this experience.”
Tours depart from the bandstand in Roswell square (across from the Roswell visitor’s center – 617 Atlanta St., Roswell, GA 30075) @ the intersection of Highway 120 & Highway 9. (We assemble ourselves in the bandstand in the town square 15 minutes before tour start time to begin promptly on the hour.)
Atlanta: Norcross Ghost Tour
“Join our guides for an evening stroll through this lovely little railroad town to discover more about “Southern Spirits”. Georgia is very well known for its history and legends, and long been recognized as one of the most haunted states in the Nation.”
Tours depart from 45 South Café – meet on the back patio, 45 South Peachtree Street, Norcross, GA, 30071
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