Ghosts often seek the help of the living to settle unresolved business such as catching their murderer or renewing their driver’s license. Appease restive spirits with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for the Voices From Beyond walking tour for two (a $40 value)
- $39 for the above tour for four (an $80 value)
Groups of 8–30 meet at the Elmhurst College Mill Theatre at 8 p.m. for two-hour tours narrated by Ray Johnson and Kirsten Tillman, and monitored with electronic-voice-phenomenon equipment by Beth Shields, who also helps guide the tour. Tourists see the spooky side of St. Peter’s Church Cemetery and St. Mary’s Cemetery. At the end of each tour, Kirsten presents a video she has created with the EVPs collected at each location. Tours span approximately 1.25 miles and run every Saturday night until October 26.
Voices From Beyond Tours
Voices From Beyond Tours explores the city of Elmhurst, a Chicago suburb much like any other. Filled with urban legends and ghost stories, the tours offer a glance into the city's rich and chilling past, while also offering a fun and enriching historical lesson.
A Chicagoland native and history buff, Ray Johnson explores the legends and mysteries swirling around the Windy City—which fill his book Chicago’s Haunt Detective, the blog he writes for ChicagoNow, and his narration during Voices From Beyond tours. While leading walks through some of Elmhurst’s spookiest sites, including the Elmhurst College Mill Theatre, the White Birch homestead, and Cottage Hill, Ray looks to the expertise of fellow partners and paranormal experts—Kirsten Tillman and Beth Howe. Both handle the technical side of ghost hunting, utilizing electronic-voice-phenomenon equipment or EVPs to capture the sounds of the past. With their passion for the paranormal, Howe and Tillman present their research to fellow tourists allowing them a peek into existence of the phenomena.
48% of 62 customers recommend
“Great stories. Cool EVP data”
“Who knew that Elmhurst had enough weird stuff to fill a 2hr ghost tour. Very interesting. A good long walk. A few technical difficulties at the end, but all in all a...”
“Who knew that Elmhurst had enough weird stuff to fill a 2hr ghost tour. Very interesting. A good long walk. A few technical difficulties at the end, but all in all a very nice time.”
“Fantastic tour! I loved the combination of history and ghost stories!”