‘Tis the season for goosebumps and ghost stories.

Exploring haunted El Paso on a ghost walk while listening to stories of the paranormal and learning about our haunted history is a fun activity no matter the time of the year, but during spooky season this entertaining activity couldn't be any more perfect.

Lost El Paso Paranormal, Ghosts 915 (Paso del Norte Paranormal Society), and El Paso Ghost Tours are ready to scare up a spooktacular evening every weekend in Octo-boo.

October 2021 Ghost Walks

Lost El Paso Paranormal

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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.

This month you can learn about the history of bloodsucking vampires in American during the Vampire's Night ghost tour and take a lantern-light walk through historic Concordia Cemetery on the night before Halloween, when it’s said spirits come out to roam among the living. [Events List + More Info]

Ghosts915 – Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society

110 E San Antonio Ave – (915) 274-9531

Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society Facebook

This month experience the mystery and history of El Paso's City of the Dead and become the ghost hunter.

Walk the historic streets of downtown El Paso during one of the downtown ghost tours that begin or end at the Wigwam Museum, which rests on the foundation of the original Wigwam Saloon once owned by the notorious killer John Wesley Hardin. [Events List + More Info]

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

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Investigate the notoriously haunted De Soto Hotel basement.

The downtown property is said to be so haunted, and its reputation of paranormal activity so great that when the popular paranormal television reality show Ghost Adventures came to El Paso in 2016 to film their annual Halloween episode, one of the two locations head ghost hunter Zak Bagans and his crew settled on was the De Soto.

Most investigations start with a walk through downtown El Paso where you'll learn about the famous and infamous figures and gunfights of Old El Paso. [More Info]

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