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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Spook-tacular Burlington - Take a Hike!

Got an hour to kill in Burlington?   "Queen City Ghost Walk" offers four separate guided tours from which you can choose.  I have yet to take these tours but tripadvisor gives approximately 25 impressive reviews.  I would suggest, especially during the month of October to call ahead to reserve tickets.  Advance tickets are $14 available through the Flynn; or pay $18 and take your chances to get in at the "door".  (Walk-ups admitted as space will allow). 

Queen City Ghost Walk also gives private tours or speaking engagements and you can book a party with them by contacting 802.351.1313 or email mail@queencityghostwalk.com 

All tours walk rain or shine....

Darkness Falls Tour
Hear about "Hermits, Madmen, Smugglers and more!"  There is also information available about the "city's ghostly inhabitants" during the "Flagship Tour".

Meet in City Hall Park
on the steps of City Hall, Burlington
Parking: Street or Parking Garages
GPS: 149 Church St.

Graveside Gatherings
"Spine Tingling" tours of some of Burlington's cemeteries favorite spots.

Meet at Louisa Howard Chapel
Lakeview Cemetery, North Ave.
Parking: nearby at Burlington H.S.
GPS: 455 North Ave.

Wicked Waterfront
"Tragic tales and ghoulish happenings in the water and on the shore", plus the "inside scoop of Champ, water UFO's and more!"

Meet at Battery Park fountain, corner of Pearl and Battery Streets 
Parking: Street or Parking Garages
GPS: 1 Park St.

Ghosts of UVM Tour
Join this walk for some "school spirit", touted as "One of the most haunted campuses in the country. It has been scouted by SyFy."

Meet in front of Royall Tyler Theatre on the University of 
Vermont campus
Parking: College St. Visitor Lot - Free after 6pm
GPS: 116 University Pl.

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