Due to the likes of the Travel, Discovery and SyFy channels, Jefferson, Texas now calls itself the most haunted town in Texas, so it comes as no surprise that the mistress of the Historic Jefferson Ghost Walk, Jodi Breckenridge will be doing double duty this Halloween.
Though tours are offered year round, Breckenridge, a self-described skeptic, has added two extra tours for the soon to be upcoming Halloween weekend – one at 8 p.m. and another at 10 p.m. – each lasts somewhere in the neighborhood of 90 minutes. All the tours tour depart from at the corner of Austin and Vale Street, across from the Excelsior Hotel.
Breckenridge describes the tour thusly, “By the glow of lantern light you will venture through dark alleyways and courtyards listening to vivid accounts of historic tragedy, murder and ghostly encounters. You might even experience one! The only tour in town that will take you inside of a haunted location!”
Advance tickets, just $12, are available online or in person at 7:30 p.m. at the tour’s departure location.
In addition to the regular tours, this year on November 6th, Jodi Brechenridge will host a new History Haunts and Legends Conference. An exciting event for the history buff, avid ghost hunter and people with the intrest for the unexplained and things that go bump in the night. The ticket price for the conference include lectures, catered meal, Historic Jefferson Ghost walk, and special investigation at a suprise location with the paranormal experts.