Private Haunted History of Chicago Ghost Tour

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  • E-Ticket
  • Private Tour
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  • 3 hr

Up for more of a spooky perspective of the Windy City? Boy, does it deliver. We have curated a unique and underground ghost tour, providing you with the rare opportunity to visit many of Chicago’s notable haunted locations.  • Murder Castle: the hotel designed specifically for murdering people in the late 1800s by America’s first mass serial killer: H.H. Holmes. • Death Alley: Peruse a haunting pathway where hundreds of theater patrons were stacked after perishing in the great fire at the Iroquois Theater • Old Congress Hotel: Once the full time residence of its former owner, Al Capone, there are ghosts and spirits that haunt the hallways of this famed location. Different from other tours, our Haunted Chicago Tour is guided by a historian, providing insight into the historical events, information, persons, and rumors of the past.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Chicago Gangsters and Ghosts Tours

Visit the old site of the “Murder Castle”, the hotel designed specifically for murdering people in the late 1800s by America’s first mass serial killer H.H. Holmes. There is also the creepy and infamously haunted “death alley” where the charred remains of hundreds of theater patrons were stacked after perishing in the great fire at the Iroquois Theater just to name a few.

Duration: 3 hour

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Patrons will also get to enter infamously haunted venues such as the old Congress Hotel, once the full time residence of its former owner Al Capone.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Biograph Theatre

See the place John Dillinger was shot. This is not a theatrical tour, but rather a historian guided tour with historically documented tales of hauntings told in more of a “camp fire tale” fashion.

Duration: 15 minutes
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