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The Ghost Walk of Old Wilmington

When:
Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 8:30 PM until 10:00 PM
Where:
The Black Cat Shoppe
8 Market Street
Wilmington, NC  28403

618-420-7150
Contact(s):
Maureen Vasquez
Category:
SHE (Social, Health, Enrichment)
Registration is not Required
Let’s get in the spirit of Halloween on a spooky ghost walk! ?? ?? Journey into the depths of old Wilmington on a 90-minute ghost walk tour to the city's most actively haunted homes & burial grounds. Hear eerie tales of ghostly occurrences, including actual encounters during recent tours. Wilmington's #1 haunted attraction. Examples of locations visited are Gallow’s Hill, St James’ Graveyard, the Harper House, Dime Ghost at Baldwin House, and the Latimer House. Named "Top 5 Ghost Walk in Ame?rica" USA Today - "Best of the Road" Rand McNally - "Best Tour" Encore Magazine. Seen on The Learning, Discovery, History & Travel Channels, MTV's Fear, Haunted TAPS & The Daily Buzz. We will meet at the Black Cat Shoppe at 8:15 PM. Carpooling is encouraged! There is a limit of 30 people on the tour. The cost is $13 per person, or $11 for age 55 and up. You will need to go to www.hauntedwilmington.com and purchase your ticket. They suggest you get your ticket as soon as possible, (at least a week prior to the event), because it may sell out. For those who would like to, we will be meeting at Front Street Brewery at 6:30 PM. Front Street has a wide variety of dinners available for $9.99 in addition to their full menu. The distance from the brewery to the tour is walkable, .02 miles. Wear comfy walking shoes and let’s BOOgie! ??

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