El Paso Ghost Tours - El Paso, TX



a walking tour of downtown El Paso focusing on its history and locations of paranormal activity. Children 12 and under are not permitted. Downtown tours on Friday nights depart at 8 PM from Leo’s Mexican Restaurant (downtown). Past locations have included the Hotel Gardner, Insights Science Museum, the Palace Saloon, and the former law office of John Wesley Hardin. Twice a month they investigate the Amador Hotel in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Tickets are $15 are in advance or $20 at the door if there is space available (the tour is capped at 15 people due to the size of the building).



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NEED DIRECTIONS? Here is a photograph courtesy of Joel Guzman showing a Christmas Tree of highway signs. We're looking at the intersection of Stanton and Texas, camera facing east. To the left is the 1911 Calishers Building, known more popularly as the Newberry; the tall building is the 1930 O.T. Bassett Tower, an Art Deco masterpiece; on the far right, the International Building, at that time the home of El Paso National Bank. Happily, all three buildings, designed by Trost & Trost, have either been restored or are being restored! ********* Do you love learning about our architectural heritage? Our mission is to promote the legacy of Trost & Trost and other eminent architectural firms of the American Southwest, educate the public about the rich architectural heritage of our region through the twentieth century, and advocate for historic preservation and restoration. To help our mission, click "Like" on our Facebook page, and become a member! Annual memberships start at $15. For information go to trostsociety.org/contribute/

Great tour tonight! We had tons of activity and everyone saw the shadows. Two people got scratched! Wow!

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One day ill attend one of these. Still a skeptic 👀

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Wyatt Earp, 1870s. Around this time he was arrested for living in a brothel, which was illegal I guess. It was common knowledge that he spent more money on prostitutes than most people in those days, and it got him locked up. But he wasnt being guarded very well and broke out. Wyatt Earp, the famous lawman, was arrested and broke out of jail. It was a different time.

Wyatt Earp, 1870s. Around this time he was arrested for living in a brothel, which was illegal I guess. It was common knowledge that he spent more money on prostitutes than most people in those days, and it got him locked up. But he wasn't being guarded very well and broke out. Wyatt Earp, the famous lawman, was arrested and broke out of jail. It was a different time. ... See MoreSee Less



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Mia V.'s Review Mia V.
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I went on the tour of sites downtown and the De Soto Hotel. I am pretty skeptical, but I enjoy ghost tours to hear the stores and learn about historical...

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Marcel H.'s Review Marcel H.
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The tour was pretty interesting and definitely a first for me. I personally didn't see anything paranormal aside from a few flashlights turning on. They do...

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Alice G.'s Review Alice G.
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I went to a tour recently and I am hard to spook. I actually was pleasantly entertained. I got some weird vibes at the 2 locations we visited and I really...

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