Go Ghost Hunting This Weekend At Concordia Cemetery Ghost Tour
You know we love us the ghosteses here at KISS FM, and we have a very soft spot in our hearts for Concordia Cemetery. The cemetery in the center of town that you can see as you drive by on I-10 has been around for over 100 years. It has the legendary gunslinger, John Wesley Hardin, and Buffalo Soldiers buried there. There is also a Jewish section, a Chinese section, and a section where children are buried.
The cemetery is notoriously haunted, and some say it could be the most haunted spot in El Paso. This weekend, you'll be able to find out how haunted it is for yourself during the Concordia Cemetery Ghost Tour.
Bring your cameras and do your own ghost hunting while you learn about the history, mystery, and lore of this historic landmark. Ticket proceeds will go to the cemetery for restoration and preservation. You have to be 13 years old or older, and kids must be accompanied by an adult who is over 21 years old. You might want to wear close-toed shoes and jeans because the cemetery is dusty and there are plants with stickers throughout.
If you want to go, be at the Yandell Street entrance to the cemetery at 8:30 p.m., and be ready to walk through El Paso history.
WHAT: Concordia Cemetery Ghost Tour
WHEN: Saturday, September 10
WHERE: Meet at the Yandell Street entrance at 8:30 p.m.
INFO: 915-274-9531 or firstname.lastname@example.org