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Halloween Ghost Walk at City Hall

Annual free spooky guided tour of San Francisco’s City Hall
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Disinterred remains, assassinations and other ghostly lore form the focus of this tour, plus little-known facts such as the cemetery that once covered Civic Center.

Instead of history and architecture, hear snippets from interviews with building employees that detail chilling paranormal activity. You will be amazed–and thrilled. Who – or what – might be walking behind you?

2016 Halloween Ghost Walk at City Hall
Monday, October 24, 2016 | 6:30 pm
San Francisco City Hall (Polk St. entrance)
FREE, but donations are appreciated

This free spooky tour is only offered once a year. Meet in South Light Court, through the Polk St. entrance at 6:30 pm. Allow time for security checks. Travel lightly; full security, including bag searches, will be in effect.

About the Ghost Tour
City Hall guide Rob Spoor started doing the ghost tour after many years of hosting regular City Hall tours, and hearing time after time, spooked stories from the night watchmen, deputy sheriffs, and maintenance workers of City Hall. He decided to throw out all that boring architecture mumbo-jumbo, dim the lights, and tell stories of regular people experiencing scary things. – SF Appeal