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Atchison Ghost Tour

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Event# 785-851-0856

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Join Ghost Tours of Kansas LLC for the Atchison Ghost Tour! Considered to be the most haunted city, discover the local businesses and public places which harbor the most paranormal activity. Our experienced guide will share the first documented haunted in Atchison which took place in 1879.
Walking Tour - 6PM
Driving Tour - 8PM

Atchison Ghost Tour

Address : Paloucci's Restaurant 115 S. 3rd St. Atchison KS
Phone : 785-851-0856   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Tickets are $17.00 per person (November-September) or $20.00 per person in October

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