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Ghost Tours of Kansas - Lawrence Haunts

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Lawrence Ghost Tour has been a top seller for many years now! History of Quantrails Raid adds to the historical element of this tour along with the full apparitions captured on camera in Pioneer Cemetery during get-out stops by guests. Eldridge Hotel haunted stories continue to pile-up.

Be sure to check out the picture of the ghost in the elevator at the registation desk and of course I am sure you have all seen "My Ghost Story" presenting The Eldridge Hotel. Getting out at the Haskell Cemetery has an even eerier feel after hearing the stories. Teller's continues to be haunted by that of a ghostly man who was captured on laser grid during an investigation. Sigma Nu is an extra special highlight, and usually one we can go in if no special events are taking place and this location has been listed on Ghost Tours of Kansas most haunted top five locations, three years in a row. We do not guarantee ghosts, but cool stuff has happened during the Lawrence Tour. Many other locations not mentioned.

Tour departs the lobby of The Eldridge by the fireplace inside. Tour lasts approximately two hours and you will get out in 2-3 spots for a few minutes to take pictures.
2 weekends, see schedule

Ghost Tours of Kansas - Lawrence Haunts

Address : Eldridge Hotel, 701 Massachusetts St. Lawrence KS
Phone : 785-851-0856   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $17.00

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