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Goodsprings Ghost Hunt: Las Vegas4 Reviews
Put your bravery to the test by taking part in a 4-hour live ghost hunt at the haunted mining town of Goodsprings in Nevada. Just 30 minutes from Las Vegas, Goodsprings is famous for it’s supernatural activity and lingering ghosts.
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- Stalk the haunted mining town of Goodsprings in search of its famous ghosts
- Use real ghost hunting equipment such as Dowsing Rods, Electro Magnetic Field detectors and Electro Voice Phenomena recorders
DescriptionIf you’ve ever wanted to go on a real ghost hunt, then our 4-hour tour of the haunted town of Goodsprings in Nevada is a must-do during your next trip to Las Vegas. Situated just half an hour from Las Vegas, Goodsprings is a spooky 100-year-old haunted mining town. Once a bustling community, the remains of Goodsprings are now haunted by ghosts of the former residents, the area having played host to countless ghost sightings and reports of supernatural activity over the years. Thanks to renowned ghost hunter Robert George Allen, you can now spend 4 hours stalking around this creepy old town, searching for the supernatural with real ghost hunting equipment. One of the real hotspots for paranormal activity is the famous Pioneer Saloon. With bullet holes smattered across the side of the building and a coroner's letter describing exactly how they got there, it’s believed that the gun shot victim haunts the Pioneer to this day. And he’s not the only one; the spirit of an old miner also calls the Pioneer home. Both ghosts have been spotted by staff and visitors many times in the past. But the Pioneer isn’t the only ghostly spot in Goodsprings. From the abandoned miners cabins to the spooky cemetery, hunting ghosts around this old town is bound to keep your heart pumping and your adrenaline flowing.
Includes4-hour ghost hunt Transportation to and from Goodsprings Use of ghost hunting equipment Set of 'Ghost Finder' Dowsing Rods Choice of food from Ghost Hunter's menu
- No alcohol or soft drinks are allowed on the bus, however bottled water is okay. As this I a desert area, closed-toe walking shoes are required (no Sandals or flip flops), and remember to wear warm clothing in winter months.