‘Tis the season for goosebumps and ghost stories.

If you prefer scares over turkey and 'boo' over 'ho, ho, ho' than October is the month for you. This is the month to get into the spirit of Halloween and explore haunted El Paso with like-minded people, listen to stories of the paranormal, and learn about our haunted history and the famous and infamous people who once walked our streets -- and maybe still do.

El Paso's ghost tours are back, and with Halloween right around the corner the timing couldn't be any more perfect. But while the paranormal groups who conduct the walks and investigations are back in business it’s not business as usual.

Because of the ongoing pandemic, all the groups have had to adjust to the current conditions. But trust me when I tell you, it hasn't stopped any of them from scaring up a spook-tacular time every weekend in Octo-boo!

  • El Paso Ghost Tours

    420 E. San Antonio Ave

    Due to current COVID restrictions, the usual Downtown Tour walk has been suspended. Instead, you'll experience a full-on paranormal investigation lockdown of the notoriously haunted De Soto Hotel basement. [More Info]

    El Paso Ghost Tours Facebook
  • Ghosts915 – Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society

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

    Haunted History Downtown Ghost Tour and a Halloween-eve Devil's Night Ghost Tour of Concordia are among the haunts you can take part in this month. [Events List + More Info]

    Ghosts915 - Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society
  • Lost El Paso Paranormal

    ( 915) 503 - 8960

    Don't think it's safe enough yet to around a group of people? Then take a tour of local haunts virtually. Heather Shade, group founder and head tour ghoul, hosts a series of live, interactive online tours and investigations. [Events List + More Info]

    Lost El Paso Paranormal Facebook