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Rt. 66 Haunted Bloomington-Normal Ghost Walk


Based on her book Haunted Bloomington-Normal (History Press Fall 2016). Deborah Carr Senger, certified paranormal investigator and medium takes you on an “insiders” ghost walk based on some of the haunted and historic sites in History Press’ Haunted America Series soon to be released Haunted Bloomington-Normal. Who is the nameless little girl that haunts downtown Bloomington? What hotel closed down permanently in 1966 but some guests never checked out? Where is the most haunted historic site in McLean County? You decide…as you explore with a real ghost hunter and amateur historian Deborah Carr Senger.
Private tours and investigations available.
Reservations Required. Inquiries welcomed: 309 846 4306
Haunted Bloomington-Normal on Rt. 66 Historic Ghost walk. Based on History Press’ Haunted America Series book. (fall 2016); $15 each; 9 & over. Reservations: 309 846 4306
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Date/Time

Friday, September 23, 2016
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Cost: $15 each, 8 & up only

Location

(Meet at) Lucca Grill 116 Market Street Bloomington ILL 61701 309 846 4306
http://www.spiritsofbloomington.com

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