Notorious 313 True Crime & Ghost Bus Tour
Where the real crime is not taking this tour!
Fridays, Oct 16, 23 (Sold Out), 30 (Sold Out) / 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM / Depart 220 Bagley (Michigan Building) Suite 948, Detroit 48226
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By popular request, we’ve added three new “Friday Night Fright” Bus Tours to our Notorious 313 True Crime and Ghost Tour mix!
Join us as we depart from the hauntingly beautiful Michigan building (some say haunted) and leave the safe confines of downtown Detroit behind. We’ll venture into the periphery and uncover new macabre tales of terror and tragedy. A lonely hearts killer. Special delivery murder. Terror at the pawn shop. Hippie murder rocks the nation. Sadistic sacrifice. Mystic Murder. Dr. Lothario turns lethal. And much more!
Special attraction: Haunted Fort Wayne at night
Wear your walking shoes! You might have to run! Yes, we’ll be walking through the dark and creepy tunnels of this Civil War era fort – lit only by candle light. Here, we’ll reveal the stories behind the tragic deaths of a few of the entities thought to haunt the fort. Who knows, perhaps, we’ll encounter one – or more – of the many ghosts of Historic Fort Wayne.
Tour includes a notorious bar break (either haunted, gangster hangout or just plain creepy), where you can enjoy a spirit or two (drinks not included) of your choosing. Tour concludes with an eery, almost midnight peek inside the ghost of grand theatres past.
If you like your history on the sinister side, you’ll love our Notorious 313 tours.
Ripped from the headlines of Detroit’s past, and not so distant past, this chilling look at the city’s sinister side reveals a reality that’s much more frightening than fiction. Join us – if you dare – for these spirited expeditions downtown, midtown and beyond where we unmask macabre tales of depravity, rage, retribution, corruption, sadism, torture and pure evil that lurk below the surface of the historic motor city.
Hometown History Tours representative on site one-half hour prior to start of tour. Call 734.642.5712 for questions or further information. To insure everyone has a quality experience, ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Space permitting, we will take same day reservations. NO REFUNDS unless tour cancelled by operator.
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From Belle Isle to Eight Mile, down Woodward Avenue – an original American byway and site of the nation’s first mile of concrete highway, to Gate 4 of Ford’s infamous Rouge Plant bridge to the Gateway to Freedom at the river’s edge, Hometown History Tours reveals the stories of Detroit that beg to be told.