Beyond Bizarre Ghost Tour

131 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR, United States

PG Tours Thurs-Sat 6pm; 18-and-over only Thurs-Sat 9pm

For some, the highlight is the portion of the tour where we venture below the city’s streets to see if the equipment can locate Nina, a former ‘working girl’ who is known to haunt the 1885 Merchant Hotel. For others, it’s getting the real dope on downtown hauntings. This walking tour offers an in depth view into the reality of Ghost Hunting and not the drama that you see on TV. We constantly hear back from guests who call this tour a ‘Ghost Hunting 101’ training session and who were thrilled to get an understanding of all the different types of hauntings including Residuals, Object Hauntings and Poltergeists.

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