Harvard Square Ghost Tour
Daily Event: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
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Explore the secrets of old Cambridge with a lantern-led walk through Harvard Square's historic haunts.
Travel back through history to witness the early days of Harvard Yard, learn about the city's ghastly tales of murder and uncover the truth behind some of Harvard Square's more infamous ghosts.
Which Ivy League hall is the Yard's most haunted? Who is Holbrook Smith? Which Harvard Square church boasts a ghost of a fallen redcoat?
The 90-minute long Harvard Scare walking tour leaves precisely at 7:30 p.m. seven days a week--rain or shine--beginning Saturday, Sept. 1 until Wednesday, Oct. 31 (excluding Sept. 17-20).
Our tour hotline is 800-431-7422. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cambridge's Old Burial Ground
1450 Massachusetts Ave
Tour producer Sam Baltrusis, author of "Ghosts of Boston" and "Ghosts of Cambridge," freelances for various publications and is the former managing editor of Scout Magazine in Somerville and Cambridge. He has been featured as Boston's paranormal expert on the Biography Channel's Haunted Encounters and Paranormal State's Ryan Buell's Paranormal Insider Radio. Baltrusis moonlights as a tour guide and launched the successful ghost tour, Cambridge Haunts, and is producing a new tour in Salem.
Want a copy of "Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub" delivered by your tour guide? Spooktacular. Request a copy for $12 at email@example.com and your Harvard Square Ghost Tour guide will hand them out at the end of tour. Or, stop by Newbury Comics in Harvard Square for your post-tour ghost story fix.
Click here for the lowdown on "Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub" hitting shelves on Tuesday, September 11.
“Why would anyone want to leave Boston … even after they're dead?”'
It should come as no surprise that one of the nation’s oldest cities brims with spirits of those who lived and died in its hundreds of years of tumultuous history. Boston, Massachusetts boasts countless stories of the supernatural. Many students at Boston College have encountered an unearthly hound that haunts O’Connell House to this day. Be on the watch for an actor who sits in on rehearsals at Huntington Theatre and restless spirits rumored to haunt Boston Common at night. From the Victorian brownstones of the Back Bay to the shores of the Boston Harbor Islands, author Sam Baltrusis makes it clear that there is hardly a corner of the Hub where the paranormal cannot be experienced as he breathes new life into the tales of the long departed.