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UMW Historic Preservation Club's Annual Ghostwalk is a haunted tour of downtown Fredericksburg, VA. Each fall around Halloween, members of the Historic Preservation Club stage a tour complete with costumed guides and ghosts, focusing on the haunted history of what has been called "America's Most Historic Town." Unlike many other haunted tours, Ghostwalk is based on history and what we have been told are actual ghost stories. Most of the walk's material is derived from the book "The Ghosts of Fredericksburg and Nearby Environs" by L.B. Taylor Jr. The city's rich history and ties to many Civil War battles, one fought in and around the city itself, encourages one to consider the paranormal possibilities when wandering the streets of Fredericksburg, especially when the "Ghostwalk" is in progress. Ghostwalk, now in its 28th year, has become a community event. Again the Historic Preservation Club has vowed not to disappoint in the 2012 incarnation of the haunted tour.
Ghost Walk 2013!
Friday, October 25th 6pm-10pm
Saturday, October 26th 5pm-10pm
Tours leave every ten minutes from the James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library, 908 Charles Street.
Tickets will be sold at the Monroe Museum. Walk-ins and reservations are both accepted.
Tickets: $6 - adults
$4 - UMW faculty, staff, and students with ID
$3 - children
Free for children under 6
We accept cash, check, and Eagle One