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"Echoes from the Graveyard" Flashlight Cemetery Tour

Brought to you by the folks at Curious Twins Paranormal & Ghost Tours, who are obviously no strangers to shaping a marketable spectacle out of the macabre at large and (alleged) supernatural goings-on in San Antonio, this special tour takes things to new and unsettling levels. On Halloween night, locals with a taste for genuine spooky shit can participate in a graveyard tour of San Antonio National Cemetery by flashlight. If that doesn’t sound terrifying, and a tad bit irreverent in an almost problematic way, we don’t know what does. The historical cemetery, with thousands interred, was built back in 1867 — and, as we all know, the longer a thing like that has been around, the greater the potential for haunting. The tour will feature odd and uncanny tidbits about the location’s history, fun/spooky San Antonio facts, a crash course in ghost hunting, and (no doubt) plenty of anxious looking around. If you’re intrepid/morbid enough to be game for this, you can reserve your spots via the phone number listed below or by searching for the event on Facebook.

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