Lost El Paso Paranormal Debuts Walking Tour for True Crime Enthusiasts
True Crime. There’s a walking tour for that.
Enthusiasts of the television and podcast genre, and seekers of the macabre can now join Lost El Paso Paranormal at the scene of the crime for the “first and only” true crime guided tour.
True Crime El Paso Walking Tour
The "True Crime El Paso Walking Tour" is hosted by Heather Shade, Lost El Paso Paranormal founder and author of Weird Texas. Heather and company will guide you by lantern light through downtown streets and alleyways to several true crime locations and fill you in on the gory details of the crimes committed.
Sounds like a killer time. (Rimshot!)
The tour starts at the historic Gardner Hotel where 1920s-era gangster John Dillinger once stayed and where his death mask is on display in the hotel lobby.
From there, attendees will discover
the former hangout of one of America's most notorious serial killers; El Paso-born Richard Ramirez, more famously known as The Night Stalker.
- Relive the shocking scene of the underground Chinatown murders.
- Learn about the little-known and still unsolved downtown murder committed during a presidential visit.
- Stand on the streets and corners where some of the wild west’s most well-known outlaws roamed during El Paso’s lawless days.
• Saturday, March 11
• 8-10 p.m.
Tickets are $20 per person plus taxes and fees and available online.
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