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October 10, 2017

Bone-Chilling Lawrenceville Ghost Tour

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Hey Yall!  For the first time for us, we went on a haunted walking ghost tour this past Friday to bring out the bone-chilling scare before the spooky night of Halloween.



My girls have been begging me to take them to a haunted house, but I feel it's a bit too scary for them still.  And, I don't want to be dealing with scaredy cats that will start having nightmares from all the fake blood and gore.



With Lawrenceville Ghost Tour, guests are guided on a moonlit walk, accompanied by a spooky storyteller who tells tales of awakened sleeping ghosts and increased paranormal activity in Metro-Atlanta’s oldest city. Without the use of gore, these tours encourage happy haunting while offering a healthy dose of spine-chilling scares.


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I didn't know what to expect on tour, or how the girls might take it.  With Historic Lawrenceville being my neighboring city, I was curious to see all that has happened there during the olden days.


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Our tour guide had such old-southern charm, full of charisma, which set the tone just right for the haunting stories she told.


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I was quite surprised with all the bizarre events that happened in Old Lawrenceville in the courtyard square.  That 90-minute tour had me a bit uneasy, and I will never look at Lawrenceville the same again.


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Did I see any paranormal activities happening while on the walking tour?



No.



And nothing popped out to scare us either. But all the thoughts there were going through my mind while hearing the stories had me with goosebumps.


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My girls enjoyed it and weren't frightened at all.  However, when we were about to step inside of Lawrenceville's first jail, Michelle became extremely nervous, not wanting to go inside.



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If you're looking for a spookily good time, can bring your family, and learn some haunting history of Historic Lawrenceville, check out Lawrenceville Ghost Tours, with tours happening every day in October!


Disclosure- I was invited as media to preview this tour, all thoughts and opinions are my own.



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2 comments

  1. This sounds like something I could handle. I'm not interested in haunted houses where things pop out from nowhere. My thrill seeking days are over...lol.

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  2. I would so agree if that was me with girls that age! The ghost tour was a great idea!!!

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