The Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt takes guests to four haunted sites in Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of Richard Faverty, Beckett StudiosTemperatures in Las Vegas may slowly be dropping, but one of the city’s most chilling attractions has nothing to do with the weather.
Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt gives brave souls a chance to experience some real ghostly encounters during their trip to Sin City. Departing Thursday-Monday at 9:30 pm from the Royal Resort on 99 Convention Center Dr., the two-and-a-half-hour tour takes guests to four haunted sites, including Redd Foxx’s old home, Liberace’s dressing room and Green Valley Park.
Ghost hunting equipment, including EMF meters, temperature guns and dowsing rods, is provided and guests are encouraged to take plenty of photographs, as they never know just what–or who–might appear in them.
Even if your night is ghost-free, the tour sheds light on plenty of other haunted places in town, including the “Motel of Death” where numerous celebrity deaths have occurred. According to Tim Cridland, a paranormal historian, and Janice Oberding, author of the book Haunted Nevada, there are more than 20 places where paranormal activity has been documented in Las Vegas. Who knows? Perhaps you’ll learn that the hotel you’re staying at is haunted!
The Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt costs just $69.25 per person, plus any applicable fees. Guests must check in for their tour by 9:15 pm; if your party misses the bus, refunds will not be issued. Talk about scary!