Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloween...Ghostly tour of San Francisco's City Hall! Indian Burial ground spirits beckon!

Historians and locals alike are keen to the fact that over the years San Francisco's City Hall has been rebuilt, renovated and relocated on three or four different occasions.

Currently, the glittering showplace rests on a former Indian burial ground.

Consequently, a handful of folks assert that the building is haunted!

Tonight, revellers and naughty trick-or-treaters are invited to take a free tour of City Hall, and get the skinny on the rumors first-hand.

Disinterred remains, assassinations and other ghostly lore form the focus of this spine-tingling tour.

Instead of tossing the spotlight on the architecture, there will be fascinating snippets from interviews with city employees that detail chilling paranormal activity.

The tour is approximately 45-60 minutes.


Happy haunting - um - hunting!


Guests meet in the South Light Court through Goodlett Place (Polk St.) entrance.


6:30 p.m.

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