Eerie Nights Ghost Tour not for faint of heart

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – If you’re brave enough for a trek to some of Richmond’s infamous spots then get ready for Halloween Night and the Eerie Nights Ghost Tour.

It’s an hour and a half tour led by Ghoul Guides in 19th Century costume and Special FX make-up. Guests are taken to several historic sites and told the tragic history of the property — along with the paranormal activity and folklore associated with each site.

Tour dates are October 31st and November 2nd & 3rd at 8pm. Tickets are $13, seniors 60 plus $10 and groups of 10 and more $10 and can be purchased on-line at www.eerienights.com or the evening of the tour at 17th Street Farmer’s Market in Shockoe Bottom.

Other Halloween Events:

Children’s Museum of Richmond Central, Broad Street, Halloween Hoopla, 4-8pm, trick-or-treating in the Spooky Village, play fun games, pin the nose on the Jack-O-Lantern, in the Backyard, www.c-mor.org.

Delegate McClellan Annual Harvest Festival, 6-8pm, VCU Siegel Center, 1200 Broad Street, 804-986-1462, Richmond SPCA, Faces of Hope, Fit4Kids, VCU Chemistry Club, Shaolin Dragons, Hula Hoop with FireFly and Friends, Nutzy, Waggles, Peanuts Characters from Kings Dominion, free.

Powhatan County Fair Association 7th Annual Harvest Fest Trunk-O-Treats, 5-9pm, County Fairgrounds, 4042 Anderson Highway, www.powhatanfair.org, 804-405-7943

Night of the Dead, Hispanic Heritage Festival, Thursday, November 1, 6-10pm, dancers, music, food, 17th Street Farmer’s Market, Shockoe Bottom, Free, www.richmondgov.com/farmersmarket.

Richmond’s Eerie Canal Boat Rides, Wednesday, 6-9pm, free boat rides at the Canal Turnign BAsin, 14th & Dock Streets, www.venturerichmond.com or 804-788-6466.

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