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Ghost Tours




Looking for an excuse to listen to spooky local ghost legends that’ll curl your toes, send a chill down your spine and make your hair stand on end? The annual Ogden and Salt Lake City Ghost Tours are back.

The family-friendly tour company operates buses that transport wide-eyed patrons to historical buildings and cemeteries while master storytellers recount tales of spirits who lurk and linger between this realm and the next. Sure to be entertaining as well as educational, the ghost stories are based in real Utah history and feature biographies of actual people. Ghost Tours is also sponsoring a food drive for the Utah Food Bank. So if you donate a nonperishable food item, you’ll get a discount on your ticket.

Come one, come all (even the die-hard skeptics among you) to dabble in the paranormal and decide for yourself if ghosts exist. Bwaaa ha ha!

Ghost Tours @ Utah State Historical Society (meet behind building), 300 S. Rio Grande Street, 801-529-4497. Also at the parking lot of Union Station in Ogden, 801-604-1218. Reservations recommended. Oct. 2-31.