Massachusetts October 18, 2016
This Haunted Massachusetts Trolley Tour Is Not For The Faint Of Heart
Do you dare step aboard the Trolley of the Doomed?
Ghosts and Gravestones nighttime “frightseeing” tour will take you through the most haunted sites in Boston. Along the way, you’ll meet the victims of serial killers, condemned witches, and might even run into some real ghouls and ghosts. Take a look at why this spooky, urban trolley tour is one of the best ways to get in the Halloween spirit.
This trolley tour will drive you to an early grave...in the best way possible.
The trolley tour is part riding, part walking. Be prepared to wander amongst the dead at cemeteries that are nearly 400 years old, and walk the same streets once haunted by the Boston Strangler.
Some of the places you’ll visit include Boston’s largest unmarked burying ground, the site of the largest grave-robbing scandal in New England’s history, and the spots where former residents were once tortured and imprisoned.
The trolley will also take you to some of Boston’s most terrifying real-life murder sites, including the spot where the final victim of the Boston Strangler was slain.
A visit to King’s Chapel Burying Ground will let you peer into an actual charnel house that holds the jumbled bones of hundreds of people. Your stop at the Omni Parker House will yield plenty of creepy stories about the ghosts that roam the halls of this luxurious and iconic Boston hotel.
Your journey will be guided by a motley cast of characters from Boston folklore and history. You’ll meet a pyromaniac circus ringleader, a murderous opera diva and a homicidal nanny.
Your guides may be entertaining and more than a little spooky, but they’re also incredibly well-versed in the history of the city. Expect to walk away with a ton of interesting trivia and historical information about Boston.
Boston is among the most haunted cities in America, and this tour will pull you into the darker side of this city’s past. You never know who (or what) is still lurking in the shadowy corners of familiar places.
Tours run rain or shine, and last about 1.5 hours. They offer a 100% money back guarantee, so don’t be frightened of signing up…save your courage for the ride.
Ghosts and Gravestones website for more information about tickets, reservations (they’re required) and routes. If you’re interested in another spirited Halloween excursion, check out our awesome haunted Massachusetts road trip.