If you're into the spooky stuff and like investigating locations believed to be haunted, listening to ghost stories, and hearing all about our haunted history you’ll be happy to know all three of El Paso’s paranormal groups are back to conducting in-person ghost tours.

Pandemic guidelines have been relaxed or eliminated, and each group is handling its walks differently. Lost El Paso Paranormal, which just recently returned to live ghost walks, is limiting the number of guests it will accommodate per tour and requires masks.

The Paso del Norte Paranormal Society (Ghosts915) is also capping the number of ghost enthusiasts per walk and it too is asking attendees to mask up. El Paso Ghost Tours has gone back to operating at 100% capacity and is not making face coverings mandatory.

If you are ready to get your spook on again, here is where and when to explore haunted El Paso this month.

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May 2021 Ghost Walks

Ghosts915 – Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society
110 E San Antonio Ave – (915) 274-9531

Haunted History-Downtown Ghost Tour, Painted Ladies Brothel Tour, and a ghost walk in San Eli are among the tours you can take part in this month. The San Elizario-Ghosts of the Camino Real Spirit Walk includes an exploration of the old cemetery. [Events List + More Info]

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Lost El Paso Paranormal

El Paso’s only costumed storytellers guide you by lantern-light through the haunted streets, graveyards, and historical buildings and areas in and around El Paso. [Events List + More Info]

El Paso Ghost Tours
De Soto Hotel, 309 E Mills Ave

A real paranormal investigation inside the notoriously haunted De Soto Hotel basement, preceded by a downtown history walk. [More Info]

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