Pasadena Confidential Tour With Crimebo the Clown
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Featured review from Amy C.
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Esotouric really presents L.A.'s finest tours of the city's crime history, noir influences, and other fun topics. I've recently been on two of their Raymond Chandler tours, and hope to book some of their current tours. The Pasadena tour was so packed full of information--some unbelievabley weird and entertaining that you go away with your head bursting with knowledge! Crimebo the Clown was also hilarious, and we enjoyed his creative sketch near the "suicide bridge" in Pasadena!
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“Discover LA’s lurid and fascinating underbelly on these hip, offbeat, insightful and entertaining tours.” —_Lonely Planet _
Join Esotouric’s ace researchers Kim Cooper and Richard Schave for a chilling exploration of the forgotten criminal lore of this deceptively sleepy suburb, From celebrated cases like the RFK assassination (with a visit to Sirhan Sirhan’s folks’ house), Eraserhead star Jack Nance’s strange end, black magician/rocket scientist Jack Parsons’ death-by-misadventure and the 1926 Rose Parade grandstand collapse, to fascinating obscurities, the tour’s dozens of murders, arsons, kidnappings, robberies, suicides, auto wrecks and oddball happening sites provide a alternate history of Pasadena that’s as fascinating as it is creepy. Passengers will tour the old Millionaire’s Row on Orange Grove, thrill to the shocking Sphinx Murder on the steps of the downtown Masonic Hall and discover why people named Judd should think twice before moving to Pasadena. Passengers on this eye-opening, funny and informative tour will forever see Pasadena in a new light. It is highly recommended for natives and newcomers alike, crime and history buffs and anyone who likes to seek out the unexpected.
_Feel free to bring food and drink on board to enjoy during the tour, but please, nothing messy. Sugary snacks will be provided but you are advised to bring a sack lunch if desired.
There are brief stops where you will exit the bus. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and be prepared for the weather conditions.