Downtown Colorado Springs Ghost Tour

Downtown Colorado Springs Ghost Tour

Looking for something different to do in October?  Not your run-of-the-mill encounter, the Downtown Colorado Springs Ghost Tour is conducted every Friday and Saturday night in October from 7 pm until 9 pm by an expert who is dedicated to preserving the rich legacy of Colorado Springs’ paranormal pursuits.

Gathering at Antler’s Plaza, the pavilion in front of the Hilton Antler’s Hotel at 4 South Cascade, the Downtown Colorado Springs Ghost Tour is a night-time walking tour that explores some of the traditionally-known haunted places in the area.  Gerry Murphy, a paranormal investigator for the past fifteen years, will be your tour guide for this annual Ghost Tour.

Beginning this Saturday, October 1, and continuing weekly throughout the month of October, stops along the route will include the Antler’s Hotel, the Pioneers Museum, Giuseppe’s Old Depot Restaurant, the City Auditorium, and more.

Each tour is limited to 30 people.  Tickets are $15 per person and must be purchased in advance.  Select the date and the number of tickets needed and mail your check or money order to CallMurphy Tours, P.O. Box 1152, Colorado Springs, CO 80901.  If time is running out and you need to make other arrangements, or if you just have questions, you may call them at (719) 304-1049.

In addition to the Downtown Colorado Springs Ghost Tour, CallMurphy Tours offers a “Wild West” Guided Tour, a “Stories in Stone” Guided Tour that chronicles the beautiful cemetery symbolism at Fairview Cemetery, and many other fascinating tours of the Pikes Peak Region.  Check them out at

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