Walking Tours Through the Haunted Kemah Lighthouse District
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The last date listed for Kemah Ghost Tours was Saturday November 24, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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The Houston-Galveston region is one of most haunted destinations in the country, where ghostly pirates still patrol the waters and heiresses maintain residence in their mansions. Spirit Expeditions' two-hour walking tour takes you to the sites of the city's most haunted historic happenings. Your knowledgeable guide will share tales of the spooky stuff that's gone down at sites like the old Spaghetti Warehouse (named one of the most haunted places in the nation by CitySearch and Real Simple magazine), Jefferson Davis Hospital and more. You'll also hear the backstories on local urban legends and notorious serial killers. You'll even get to practice using the tools of paranormal investigation as you conduct your own hunt for ghosts at some of the stops. Learn More
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I liked the tour guide, she was a very fun person with a ton of knowledge about Kemah and surrounding areas. She gave it a fun story telling historic vibe. The only down fall is we seen no ghost. The stories told were all true I researched them all. Pretty Creepy! Over all the only thing that would have made it better was actually seeing ghost!
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I took my girlfriend to this because it sounded fun. The good news is we had a great time beforehand, riding the roller coaster, doing the rides, grabbing dinner, etc. I'd say the tour was more interesting than it was creepy or spooky. The...continued
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Check out an article about the tour in Galveston County’s The Daily News.
Discover for yourself why Kemah Ghost Tours is a “must do” event. Enjoyable for the whole family, skeptics and believers alike. This is not a haunted house, and it is not on the Boardwalk. It is located in the richly historic west end of Kemah.