A spooky tour is once again coming to an historic Bucks County town, bringing the skeletons out of the closet and the ghosts into the light.
The Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffrey Ghost Tours, also known as the Ghost Tours of New Hope, are back in action in this popular Bucks County town. A nighttime event that is perfect for the Halloween season, guests are shown around the town and taught the history of particular homes and their haunted pasts.
Through the tour, guests will learn about the young boy who haunts a local library, the phantoms that float by the windows of the Aaron Burr House, and the haunted painting that in the Logan Inn that, according to once guide, spoke to one guest and caused them to faint.
Tickets are available in-person at the meeting place, located at Main & Ferry Street by the Parry Mansion. Tickets cost $10 a person and are cash only; they are $12 per person for private tours, which are an 8 person minimum.
“In 1981, she decided to take her love of the paranormal one step further and founded The Ghosts Tours of New Hope, and we have been going strong ever since!” the event’s official website said.
For all further details, check out the official event website.