El Paso Haunts & History: Labor Day Weekend Ghost Walks
Good news for those into the spooky stuff. All three of El Paso’s paranormal tour groups will be hosting either a walk, lock-in, or bar crawl over the Labor Day weekend.
You can take part in a paranormal investigation inside one of the oldest downtown hotels, go on a lantern-lit spooky bar crawl, or walk among the tombstones in what is arguably the most haunted place in El Paso.
Lost El Paso Paranormal - Boos and Booze
Friday, Sept. 1 – Haunted Bar Crawl
If you're looking for a fun and unique way to experience a handful of the downtown watering holes on a Friday night, the Haunted Spirits Downtown Bar Crawl is just the thing for you.
The supernatural adventure features spine-tingling tales and, of course, some liquid courage while you get your spook on. [Get Tickets]
Lost El Paso Paranormal - Paranormal in the Park
Sunday, Sept. 3 - Ghost Stories, Legends, & Lore at The Park
LEPP is also hosting the free all-ages paranormal meet-up at a Haddox Family Park in central El Paso beginning at 6 p.m. The haunted history of nearby Loretto Academy, Radford School, and St. Anthony's Seminary will be discussed. [FREE]
El Paso Ghost Tours
Friday, Sept. 1 - Gateway Hotel Lock-In Investigation
El Paso Ghost Tours, the group that used to host weekly ghost tours inside the De Soto Hotel before it mysteriously went up in flames, is now hosting lock-in investigations at the Gateway Hotel on Stanton -- also haunted and historic. [Get Tickets]
Paso del Norte Paranormal Society (Ghosts915)
Saturday, Sept. 2 – Concordia Cemetery Ghost Tour
Go on a guided Concordia Cemetery Ghost Tour that includes many of the grave yard's famous landmarks such as the spooky children's section with the creepy crib, and The Three Trees -- the area where Richard Ramirez, aka “The Night Stalker,” used to perform animal sacrifices. [Get Tickets]