Learn about El Paso's spooky past as you look for paranormal activity in the present. Work with real ghost-hunters while checking out local hauntings for a scary good time.
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- Set off on a guided ghost tour as you follow along with real-life paranormal investigators
- Make you way through some of El Paso’s most historic spots, which are known for creepy activity
- Hear stories of the downtown’s scariest hauntings and the must-see locations for those interested in the otherworldly
- Keep your eyes open for the chance to spot spooky activity right in front of you as a professional uses ghost-hunting gear to reveal the unliving
- Guided ghost tour
Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
Aug 25, 2021
Too hot, too much talking and not very entertaining
Aug 23, 2021
The tour involved a history review of a two block radius that didn’t involve any type of death or ghost story to set the mood. And if they did, you weren’t able to hear it because you couldn’t hear the tour guy. We proceeded to go to the scary part, and old hotel basement and was humid and infested by mold. The introduction of the equipment used and their own experiences felt dragged, just trying to waste time. Once the scary part was suppose to happen by turning off the lights and seeing figures, majority of the people could t see anything because we were crowded. The female tour person kept over acting , suggesting she kept seeing something which majority of us kept asking “where? We can’t see it” they claimed that they felt something or saw something but my group and others didn’t see or feel anything. The room was set up with an electric chair, claiming it was belong there but the time line of when the hotel was build did not connect. It was just a prop they added. We went further down the hall to another room, that obviously appeared as a storage. Their constant tells that ghost walk around was just the heavy set person living upstairs of the basement. The experience kept getting worst, once we realized that has workers within the group. They would stand behind others to touch or to produce shadows. They will call out that they saw a ghost, but the ghost would always be located behind you where you wouldn’t be able to see it anyways. Then it kept getting worst, a radio or speaker was used to contact the ghost. The tour guy pulled out a deck of cards and started letting the ghost guess. By this time, we just wanted to leave. To many people made it less scary and the continuous bad overreacting from the female tour guide contribute a lot. The tour could have been shorter and scarier if it had less people, or if they would have had just a small group walk alone. Adding string from the ceiling, so it can feel like spider webs. Or have a room that gets really cold so it can feel like a ghost is present. For being ghost experts, it was the first time that I heard that because a room gets hit and humid, it’s because a ghost is present. That was just an excused to explain how bad it was being stuck in a basement. Room for improvement. Have a headset with a little speaker. Go over death and murder cases instead of just plain history lesson. Brief people out side of the hotel. Use your planted workers from the ground to go down the basement with small groups. People love walking haunted houses because the feeling of waking in the dark and something might jump. This would play with peoples mind and it will save you the trouble of trying to hard to scare your customers.
Jul 5, 2021
Best experience ever. Already done the tour like 4 times. Great friendly staff
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