Friday the 13th is Perfect Day For Concordia Cemetery Ghost Walk
Friday the 13th. The date strikes fear among the ultra-superstitious.
Luckily for those who dread the so-called unluckiest day on the calendar, there is only one Friday the 13th in 2021. Unfortunately, for those who suffer from Friggatriskaidekaphobia, it's this month.
While some freak out and go so far as to hide at home with the shades drawn and hope nothing ill befalls them, others revel in its perceived spookiness.
If you're the latter and want to explore haunted El Paso with like-minded people on a night when many in the paranormal world believe the veil between the spiritual and physical worlds is lifted, the Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society, aka Ghosts915, will be hosting a ghost walk on Friday the 13th.
At Concordia Cemetery, no less.
Historic Concordia Cemetery has long been rumored as one of El Paso's most paranormal hotspots. With a history that dates back to the 1880's, and over 60,000 souls resting within its walls, it is literally a city of the dead... with a host of ghosts-in-residence. Join us as we explore within the walls of this Historic Cemetery.
Maybe you’ll hear the laughter of kids in the spooky children's section with the creepy crib, or catch a photo of Lady Flo, the Lady in White.
Bring your cameras and become the Ghost Hunter as you learn about the history, and mystery of this historic landmark
And who knows what you might encounter around the Three Trees. That's the area where Richard Ramirez, aka “The Night Stalker,” used to perform animal sacrifices. It’s said some who practice the occult continue to frequent that section because of its ties to Ramirez.
Tickets, meet up location, and more info can be found on the Paso del Norte Paranormal Society event post.