Haunted Gettysburg offers an unparalleled tour to those whom are not afraid of the dark. The tours are one hour in length and are friendly to all ages, the handicapped, as well as animals.
January 29, 2013 (Newswire) - Looking for a unique, safe, instructive, and family friendly event that the whole family would enjoy? The result is Haunted Gettysburg, from which tours leave nightly from Gettysburg Souvenirs and Gifts, on Steinwehr Avenue. The tours are scheduled for departure into the unknown nightly. Tours last approximately one hour, and are led by period-dressed guides, guiding visitors through the back alleys of Gettysburg by candlelight. Bob has written many books about Gettysburg. His popular 'Haunted Gettysburg' series include six books about strange occurrences in this historic town. His love of the less viewed parts of Gettysburg has also resulted in two books, entitled The Gettysburg You Never Knew, which guide visitors to roads less traveled for some interesting finds - such as the dinosaur prints on the stone bridge on South Confederate Avenue, and the Elephant Rock near Devil's Den are as entertaining as they are informative, Bob's books have been bestsellers for nearly a decade. And if you like his books, you'll enjoy his Haunted Gettysburg Tours.
The tours are easy to walk, and handicapped accessible as they do not cross any streets. The tours cater to ghost hunters of all ages, and are animal friendly as well. Dogs are welcome to come along, provided they are on a leash. The tours leave rain or shine and Haunted Gettysburg provides the umbrellas in case of inclement weather.
Bob has so many stories documented, due to his many years of research and they take the visitors right to the location where the actual events happened and as unusual experiences sometimes happen on the tours.
Everyone meets on Steinwehr Avenue at either of the four tour times to purchase their ticket and begin the tour. Please visit www.ghostingettysburg.com for special off-season times, special events, tickets, and FAQs.