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Haunted Tours take Fort Wayne into realm of the unknown
Posted on October 07, 2014 at 5:00:45 am by Holley T.
This Halloween season, you won't have to stay home and watch a marathon of all the Paranormal Activity movies to get your spooks in and experience that tingle of terror down your spine. You can just come out to Fort Wayne and let one of the ARCH tours guide you on an adventure of the world beyond. ARCH offers a couple different haunting experiences, so there is a little something for everyone. The Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem: Historic Tales of Fort Wayne's Nefarious Past promises to be just as good as the title. We all know that history can often be better than fiction, and that is certainly true of Fort Wayne's history. Learn all about the dark secrets - murders, hangings, feuds - you won't hear from the history books. Tours will leave every hour on the hour from 6-10 pm on Saturday, October 18. Tours start from the historic Indiana Hotel lobby. The buildings and neighborhoods of Fort Wayne hold many secrets as well. Learn all about what walls of the West Central neighborhood homes would say at the Haunted History: The Darker Side of West Central tour. Tours will begin at 7 pm from the University of Saint Francis Performing Arts Center on Saturdays October 11 and 25. If these seem like too much walking for you, don't worry, ARCH has you covered. Grab a seat on the Haunted Sites Bus Tour: A ll Aboard the Coach of Chills tour and learn all about the deep dark secrets of our city. Drive around and hear the tales at the locations they are about and maybe even see a ghost or two! Tours will leave from the lobby of the Indiana Hotel, October 18 at 6 pm, 8 pm, and 10 pm. There is a small ticket price, but the tours are well worth it! Get the chance to witness a paranormal experience of your own, while learning great stories about death, destruction, and disaster. While tours are open to all ages, some of the information my be scary. Be warned, but don't miss your chance to see a real Fort Wayne ghost in the flesh, so to speak!