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What You'll Get
Taking a friend on a ghost tour is sure to frighten them more than traditional scare tactics such as showing them a horror movie or screaming "boo!" while painted head to toe in whiteout. Save office supplies for the office with today's Groupon: for $25, you get an Old Town walking tour for two from Ghostly Tours in History LLC (a $50 value). Tours are held Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Today’s deal is not valid from Saturday, October 15 through Monday, October 31.
Historians and actors team up with ghost hunters wielding contemporary paranormal equipment to captain Ghostly Tours in History. The family-friendly Old Town walking tour jumps off at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant to lead patrons through the once-seedy back streets of San Diego. Sinister backstories of residents past unravel with the help of séances, ghost phones, and an aging Rick Moranis. Explore some of the city's most enigmatic haunts, including the famously specter-fraught Whaley House, while you drink in 90 minutes of spine-chilling tales rooted in historical fact. Guides direct shutterbugs toward apparition hotspots to assist customers in ensnaring phantoms and photo-bombing shadows on film.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 20 per tour. Not valid 10/15-10/31. Subject to weather and availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ghostly Tours in History
Ghostly Tours in History's passionate guides unlock a portal to the paranormal, leading visitors to haunted and eerie sites around San Diego's Old Town district and Gaslamp Quarter. Depending on the tour, stops include Victorian mansions, the Whaley House, known graveyards, and even unknown graveyards, below which lie the bodies of restless souls. Featured on both the Travel Channel and the Fodor’s Top 400, the company offers walking tours as well as bus and limousine tours for guests tired from giving their assigned ghost a piggyback ride.
In keeping with the historical nature of the tours, each guide dons a period costume and alter ego, ranging from reformed vagabonds to pioneering entrepreneur cowboys. In reality, the cast of guides is equally as diverse, encompassing trained actors, students, a Navy serviceman, and past and present members of the San Diego Historical Society.