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Ghost Tours In Galveston, Texas
The Great Storm of 1900 was the deadliest hurricane in United States history. Wind at between 120 and 135 miles per hour destroyed over 3,600 buildings. Gigantic waves crashed on the beach leaving the city 15 feet underwater at one time. Estimates of the death toll place it between 6,000 to 12,000 people on Galveston Island and the Texas mainland.
In addition to the Great Storm, Galveston has suffered fires and epidemics. It’s not surprising that so many lost souls are restless and still roam the streets at night. Spirits lurk around corners and in alleyways. Shadows suddenly appear and objects move by themselves.
Take a ninety-minute tour of Galveston and explore the scary yet fascinating paranormal happenings in the city. The tours are meticulously researched. Professional guides give the tours to scare, entertain, and educate their guests.
Storm On The Strand Ghost Tour
This tour will take you to some of the ghost sanctuaries. See The Tremont House where many guests checked in but never checked out. There have been frequent sightings of a Civil War soldier and a little boy. Crying is often heard in the stairwells and hallways. See the Seely-Hutchings Building where an apparition the locals call Sara frequently is seen. She pulled bodies out of the water to safety during the Great Storm. She saved many lives but then died from one of the many diseases the floodwaters carried.
Jean Lafite The Pirate built the first city on the island. Hear tales of pirates, buried treasure, and Lafite’s return to the island after his death. See the Railroad Museum and the Grand Opera House and other places known for paranormal activity. At night in Galveston you never know what will be waiting around the next bend.
Historic Galveston Ghost Tour
Hear Galveston’s best ghost stories on this great excursion through this historic city. Listen to takes of murder, suicide, pirates, cannibalism, ghosts, and more on this 90-minute walking tour.
See The Normandy Inn which was the original site of Satanism on the island. Today it is a pilgrimage site for practitioners of voodoo, black magic, witchcraft, and Satanism. There are those who believe the Inn is a portal to hell.
You’ll see the Durst House which Robert Durst turned into a butcher shop for his victim. Today, a heavy looming darkness is felt by those who stand in front of this house. Hear things that are only whispered about in the light of day.
Dive into the haunted past of Galveston with two of the very best tours!
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