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Lawrenceville Ghost Tours Begins its Seventh Season of Haunting

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Lawrenceville Ghost Tours celebrates its seventh Halloween as Gwinnett”s longest-running and most-visited ghost tour. The spooktacular holiday schedule includes tours every night in October. Visit the oldest city in metro Atlanta for an evening of history, haunting and horror like no other.

The Ghost Tours highlight the most vivid stories of the strange and supernatural as a costumed guide leads ghost tour groups on a 90-minute adventure through beautiful Downtown Lawrenceville. Guides will be taking brave patrons into the old jail, showing them where the corpses flew down Honest Alley and telling chilling tales that will send a shiver down anybody”s spine.

Lawrenceville Ghost Tours doesn”t rely on bloody effects or startling patrons like a haunted house – just great stories told by the best storytellers in the region making the tour very popular with both children and adults. Even if you have taken the tour, each guide brings their own unique perspective to Lawrenceville”s spooky secrets.

Tickets for Sunday through Thursday tours at 7:30 p.m. are $12 for adults and $9 for children. For Friday and Saturday tours at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for children. Group pricing is also available. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes as this is a walking tour that begins and ends at the Aurora Theatre, rain or shine.

In addition to the ghost tours, every Friday in October the Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley will travel off the square to more haunted Lawrenceville locations including the Lawrenceville Female Seminary, train depot and historic Lawrenceville Cemetery.

The Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley takes route every Friday in October at 8 p.m. All riders” tickets cost $25.

For more information on both of these spooky events, visit www.scarystroll.com or call 678-226-6222.