If you miss exploring El Paso’s haunted locations and hearing all about our haunted history from Heather Shade and the Lost El Paso Paranormal crew, you’ll be happy to know their in-person ghost walks are back.

First up is Concordia Cemetery this Saturday, April 17, for the Ghosts & Gravestones Tour.

The G&G walk not only features spine-tingling tales of the graveyard's ghostly apparitions and the creepy happenings that have occurred within the walls of “El Paso's City of the Dead,” it also offers a look at local tales and legends, and gravestone symbolism.

It's not all macabre and haunted tales, though; it's also a frightfully fun ghost tour. I can tell you from personal experience, one of the things that makes the Lost El Paso Paranormal tours different is the storytelling and humor Head Ghost Host Heather Shade injects.

And they do it in full costume by lantern light.

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But while it’s back to business it’s not business as usual. Because of the ongoing pandemic, LEPP has decreased the number of ghost enthusiasts it will accommodated per tour and masks are required.

According to the event post, you'll "roam the darkest unexplored parts of the historic graveyard," so you might want to bring a flashlight. And definitely do bring your camera because you never know what kind of ghostly apparition will make its presence known.

For tickets, times, and the meet up location visit Lost El Paso Paranormal on Facebook.

For those who aren’t ready to walk among the dead, you can get your spook on from the comfort and safety of your dark living room, bedroom or closet. Tickets are also available to view the walk live online.

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