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Fell's Point Ghost Tours


"Ye Haunted History of Olde Ellicott City" Ghost Tours


Ghosts of Annapolis Tours

 

Havre de Grace, Maryland

A Haunted History and Walking Ghost Tour of Havre de Grace, October 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27 & November 2-3, 7-8:30 pm, 410-939-1811

www.mainstreethdg.org

Havre de Grace Main Street, Inc. kicks off its second annual Haunted History Tour. Come celebrate this fun night with history and ghost stories guaranteed to be enjoyed by all.

Savage, Maryland

Ghost Walks in Historic Savage Mill, October-November, Friday and Saturday, 8pm, 1-800-288-8747, 410-313-1900

www.visithowardcounty.com

          Shoppers can find antiques, artist's studios and boutique stores, but visitors may also discover the still-present spirits from the Mill's heyday in the 19 th century. Learn the tragic tale of the Ghost of the Tower as well as the frightening story of the paymaster's office and the ghost that has so scared worker's that they quit their jobs on the spot!

Frederick , Maryland, Candlelight Ghost Tours of Frederick, October 12- November 10, Friday and Saturday nights, 7:30 pm

www.marylandghosttours.com

Dressed in period costume, for over 90-minutes your tour guide will lead you through historic city streets and dark alleyways on a hauntingly fun adventure. Discover a mortuary turned museum that has not relinquished its dead among other historically accurate tales.

Manor Ghost Tale Tours, Rose Hill Manor Park

October 13, 20, & 27, 7-9 pm, 301-600-2936

www.recreater.com

          Tour candle lit, historic Rose Hill Manor on an October evening. Museum interpreters will lead guests on a spooky adventure through the manor while relating tales of ghosts and unusual activities from Rose Hill and the surrounding country side.     

St. Michaels , Maryland

Ghost Tours, September November 15, 9pm nightly, Advance reservations required, 888-312-7847

www.docksidexpress.com/ghosttours.html

          Take a lantern-led stroll through St. Michaels to discover tales of ghosts, ghouls and very odd occurrences in this otherwise quiet Victorian-era village on the Chesapeake Bay .

 

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