Ever Taken a Slow Drive Through a Cemetery at Night? Ghosts 915 Hosting Free Concordia Drive-Thru
If you have been wanting to experience a cemetery ghost tour, but (a.) you are not a fan of walking, much less through a cemetery, or (b.) you aren't down with the science and don't want to wear a face mask for a few hours, or (c.) can't because Fridays are your cruising nights, then the Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society has just the event for you.
On Friday, May 28, the paranormal group, which also goes by Ghosts915, is hosting another "Howl at the Moon Drive-Thru" night. The free event gives you and your Boo Crew the opportunity to experience Concordia Cemetery at night during a full moon from the relative safety of your car.
With a history that dates back to the 1880′s and more than 60,000 permanent residents including the famous and the infamous, gunmen, lawmen, paupers, and children El Paso’s “City of the Dead” has more than its share of documented ghostly apparitions, shadow people, and disembodied voices making Concordia one of the most, if not the most, haunted spot in El Paso.
The lit path for the Howl at the Moon Drive-Thru will take you by some of the most well-known landmarks within the historical burial ground, such as the Three Trees "vortex area" where notorious serial killer Richard Ramirez used to practice satanic rituals, and the children's section.
What to Know Before You Go
What: Howl at the Moon Drive-Thru
When: Friday, May 28, 2021
Time: 8:45 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Cost: Free event
Meet Up Location: the Yandell entrance to the cemetery