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Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours

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Ghost Boat Tour "Shoreline Epidemics"
FRI Aug 126:30pm
Ghost Boat Tour "Shoreline Epidemics"
FRI Sep 236:30pm
Ghost Boat Tour "Shoreline Epidemics"
FRI Oct 146:30pm

Ghost Boat Tour with Seaside Shadows:
"Shoreline Epidemics through the Centuries"

Join Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours for a frightening night on the Thames River of New London and Groton, CT!

Journey in the full moon energy for their only ghost tour of its kind as guests will embark on a journey via boat on the waters of the Thames River.

Waters are said to increase haunting activity -- and port cities such as New London and Groton are filled with ghosts of the past whose stories were lost to time and to the seas.

"Shoreline Epidemics through the Centuries" focused on the dark and true history of shoreline, CT  while we journey through the Thames' macabre past. A variety of diseases once spread through this notable region -- what were they? How did they get here? What spirits did they leave behind?

Admission: $45/personBook tickets in advance as this event sells out early!

 

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Those who died at sea were left buried on the shores, quarantines were set up by lighthouses and a notorious sanitarium was built down the river in the years to come to address the pandemics of the ages. Notorious battlefields and military forts line the shores-- hero Stephen Hempstead and traitor, Benedict Arnold have both been seen in spectral form. And what of our school teacher and spy, Nathan Hale? What of the young and old who died from disease and neglect?

From Battlefields to Sanitariums, Injuries to Ailments,  Lighthouses to Burials at Sea -- Join Seaside Shadows for an unforgettable evening down the river and into the sound in search of southeastern CT's most notorious ghosts. 

The only Seaside Shadows ghost tour this season via VESSEL -- hopefully no creatures from the deep emerge and prevent a future journey. Because hey, rumor has it Captain Kidd sailed by these shores and he may have left his treasure behind.....

Admission: $45/person.

Book tickets in advance as this event sells out early!

 
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