Join us for the
Illinois Hauntings Ghost
Tours and Discover
what thousands of other
people have discovered every
year since 1994 -- that we
have the most authentic,
most eerie, best researched
and most entertaining tours
in the Midwest! No matter
which of our cities that you
come to, you'll find that
these are not ordinary
"ghost tours" but history
tours that capture the
real-life hauntings that
have been created by the
events of the past!
Our tours are staffed by
authors and historians and
real-life ghost hunters with
a genuine interest in the
supernatural. Join us in any
of our haunted cities for
tours, conferences and
special events and we are
confident that you'll find
while we are often imitated,
we are never equaled!
Weird Chicago Tours
Ultimate Look at
Chicago's Ghosts, Gangsters & Ghouls with
the city's best tour!
All Year Around!
Haunted Decatur Tours
Join us in the "Haunted Heart of Illinois"
for one of the longest-running ghost tours
in the state!
Fall Tours on Sale
Discover why Alton is "One of the Most
Haunted Small Towns in America" with the
city's most authentic tour!
Fall Tours on Sale
Haunted Lebanon Tours
Discover the spirits
of one of Illinois' most historic small
towns! First history & hauntings tour ever
held in the area!
Fall Tours on Sale Now!
Haunted Jacksonville Tours
as we search for the spirits that specters
that linger in Jacksonville's historic
Returning in 2014!
St. Louis, Missouri
Join us for the first walking tour
of the haunted places of St. Louis' most
unusual street, from haunted pubs to the
Coming in 2014!
Discover the many
hauntings of Fenton, a historic and
mysterious town on the Meramec River that is
inhabited by a myriad of ghosts!
Coming in 2014!
Haunted Park City Tours
Join us for the first-ever
ghost tours of Park City, a former mining
town turned ski resort where spirits of the
past still linger!
American Hauntings Tours
Discover the most haunted places in Illinois
and American with our ghost hunts,
overnights and weekend events -- private
excursions in search of authentic hauntings!
Haunted Lebanon Tours are the
FIRST Ghost Tours to Ever
Explore the Haunted & Historic
Places of Lebanon! As part of
the Illinois Hauntings family of
tours, we explore both the
history and the ghostly tales of
one of Illinois' most haunted
We're Not Just An
Ordinary Ghost Tour! We're
A Real-Life Glimpse at the Former Residents of Lebanon
who Linger Behind!
Illinois Hauntings Tours & Len Adams for a historic and
frightening tour through one of Southern Illinois' most
beautiful, and haunted, small towns. Lebanon was founded in 1804 but the culture here dates
back to pre-history, as evidence by Emerald Mound,
located just outside of town. Lebanon is also home to
Illinois' oldest college, McKendree, which was founded
in 1824. Charles
Dickens, during his travels in America, stopped in
Lebanon in 1842 while visiting the Looking Glass
Prairie. The Mermaid Inn, built in 1830, served as his
stopover point on his journey west. Lebanon's
main street stands alone as a ghost hunters' paradise.
From mysterious underground tunnels to phone calls from
the beyond, you'll jump between the present and the
past, the living and the dead with this chilling tour! Based on
Len Adams' upcoming book, Phantoms in the Looking Glass, the Haunted Lebanon tour is a 3-hour
walking tour & spine tingling journey into the haunted
history of Lebanon.
Click Here to Learn More About the Tour!
Lebanon tours will depart from the Lebanon
located at 212 West St. Louis Street.
haunted places, weird legends and dark history of the
Windy City, including the story of Resurrection Mary,
Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, Flapper Ghosts, The Murder
Castle of H.H. Holmes, Al Capone, John Wayne Gacy,
Leopold & Loeb, the Great Chicago Fire, the Fort
Dearborn Massacre, the Eastland Disaster, the Grimes
Sisters, and much more! Based on the books
Haunted Chicago & Bloody Chicago by Troy
HAUNTED SITES & STRANGE
TALES OF ALTON
Legends & Haunted Places along the Mississippi River,
including the Alton Confederate Prison, the Piasa Bird,
the infamous McPike Mansion, the hauntings of Elijah
Lovejoy, the Cracker Factory, the Mineral Springs Hotel
and others! Based on the book Haunted Alton by
HAUNTED DECATUR SITES
legends and ghostly locations in the haunted heart of
Illinois, including Greenwood Cemetery, Millikin
University, the Lincoln Theater, the Avon Theater, the
Harrold House, the Culver Mansion, the haunted former
speakeasy in downtown Decatur and many more! Based on
the best selling series of "Haunted Decatur"
Books by author Troy Taylor!
THE CURSE OF KASKASKIA
Learn the fate of Illinois's first state capital and how
an Indian curse caused the dead to rise from their graves!
THE OLD STATE
The early capital in Vandalia is rumored to be plagued with
its own hauntings!
THE PHANTOM FUNERAL OF FORT
This ghostly funeral
brings hundreds of visitors to the remains of the fort on a
certain occasion... find out when it is!
Many claim this dilapidated mansion is the most haunted
house in Alton... a town that is already known as one of the
most haunted small towns in America!
MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL
Originally opened as a health spa, this place still
retains the look of an old hotel and you can almost expect
to see guests come strolling down the corridors... and
according to some, they still do.
GHOST OF THE MONTICELLO SEMINARY
Now known as LEWIS & CLARK COLLEGE, ghost hunters still seek
out the ghost of the school's former headmistress, Harriet
CHESTERVILLE WITCH'S GRAVE
legend of this small town
A Haunted Former Hotel in Carlinville
One of the Most
Haunted Graveyards in Illinois with hundreds of documented
tales of strange phenomena, ghosts, and unexplained
cemetery is considered to be one of the strangest and most
frightening places in Central Illinois, with tales of occult
activity and strange happenings.
THE HAUNTED SITES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Spooky spots in Springfield connected to our most haunted
THE LINCOLN HOME
Is it really haunted? And if so, is the ghost that walks
here one of the Lincoln's?
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