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Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk is hitting the streets of Albuquerque

Take the tour and find out who is haunting downtown Albuquerque
Take the tour and find out who is haunting downtown Albuquerque
Courtesy of Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk

There are tales of public hangings, duels, horrific murders locations haunted by those who have gone to the other side that lurk beneath the towering office buildings and twinkling lights of modern downtown Albuquerque. Now you can experience Albuquerque's history and possibly come face to face with a spirit from the past. Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk will be on hand to scare up some fun with locals and visiting guests beginning Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 8:00 PM. An ABQ Trolley Co. production, Albucreepy is a 90-minute, walking tour of haunted downtown locations led by experienced ghost hunters. Born from the success of ABQ Trolley Co.'s annual sold out Trolley of Terror tours, Albucreepy will feature Albuquerque's most spine-tingling and hair-raising ghost stories.

“As part of the nationwide success of the ghost tourism industry, coupled with the popularity of ghost hunting TV shows, Albucreepy will provide an exciting opportunity for ghost enthusiasts and skeptics alike to visit downtown Albuquerque. Albucreepy features historic (and reportedly haunted) sites, including the KiMo Theater, Kiva Auditorium, old Bernalillo County Courthouse, Wool Warehouse, and the former red light district known as "Hell's Half Acre." Whether ghosts are sighted or not, each tour will include 90-minutes of downtown Albuquerque's most popular ghost stories. Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walks are led by experienced paranormal investigators. It is also a great after-dinner option for convention goers and locals, and something that ABQ Trolley Co. hopes to be a boon for downtown Albuquerque.” Co-owners, Mike Silva and Jesse Herron added, "hope that Albucreepy will give people a reason to come downtown. And for locals it will be a chance to reacquaint themselves with the city; afterwards we hope they find a new favorite restaurant downtown or take in a movie at the KiMo or Century Theatre, maybe even an art gallery."

The Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk will begin at Hotel Andaluz, which will provide free valet parking and a free tapas at on-site bar, Ibiza, or restaurant, Mas, for Albucreepy patrons. Hotel Andaluz General Manager, John O'Hara, made this comment. "Hotel Andaluz is pleased to partner with ABQ Trolley Co. for the Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk. ABQ Trolley Co. has established themselves as leaders in Albuquerque tourism and we are excited that this new tour will begin and end at Hotel Andaluz. We look forward to this new and exciting activity taking place in downtown Albuquerque."

Tickets for Albucreepy tickets are only $25, and will be available for purchase online at beginning September 1st at midnight. The inaugural tour will take place on Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 8:00 PM. The tour is scheduled for Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM. Albucreepy toutd will be offered all year-round. Due to its creepy subject matter, Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walks are rated PG-13 and are not recommended for young children. Group tours are available for birthdays, corporate events, field trips, bachelorette outings, church groups, class reunions, family reunions and more.

For more information about Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk, please contact ABQ Trolley Co. co-owners, Jesse Herron and Mike Silva.
Jesse Herron

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