Haunted History Ghost Tours

Haunted History Ghost Tours
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Arielle Sanchez
October 12, 2018

Did you know that Billings has a haunted past? While many people know of Billings as a great city to get outdoors and adventure, it also has a dark past with actual reported ghost sightings. To learn about the city’s haunted history, ghost tour billings are a great option. Learn about the haunted halls of the Dude Ranch Lodge and explore other haunted areas of the city by going on tours. Read on to learn more. This October, the Yellowstone Art Museum will be inviting guests to attend their one hour, guided tours of the museum’s haunted past as the Yellowstone County Jail. There is no age limit for these tours. Sign up for the trip by calling the front desk at 406-256-6804. They will provide more information about this exciting tour that will discuss the haunted history and the ghosts of the area. Call today for more details!From October 19th through the 31st, the historic Moss Mansion will transform its grounds and turn itself into a Haunted House featuring an outdoor maze and even midnight tours for the brave of heart! The Haunted Maze: Labyrinth, will feature local actors and scarers and is only $10 per person. Midnight tours have a limit of 12 guests and are $25 per person. Evening tours are allowed 20 guests and are $18 per person. Visit the website’s calendar of events for more information. Climb aboard the Billings Historic Tour led by the Fun Express Bus for an unforgettable tour. The bus will take you on a one hour tour of Wild and Wicked Billings, where you’ll travel to Boothill and also will be able to view the Yellowstone River from the Rimrocks. You’ll learn about the spooky history of the past, including the history of the city’s opium dens, ladies of negotiable virtue, the story of local ghosts, and will learn about Billing’s only lynching. The van can accommodate 13 people.

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