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For Lauderdale Ghost Tours --- Hunt The Haunted Tonight!
11-15-2015, 04:33 AM
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Big Grin For Lauderdale Ghost Tours --- Hunt The Haunted Tonight!
The ghost visit takes visitors to the city's most haunted spots right in the heart of downtown, where the Tequesta Indians lived once the Spanish Conquistadors arrived...

Look ghosts with the Ghosts, Mysteries & Legends tour of Old Fort Lauderdale, http://www.fortlauderdaleghosttours.com, Fort Lauderdale's initial ghost tour. Cat Guides add visitors and natives to Fort Lauderdale's "other night life" while they walk along the banks of the New River in the city's historic district. Like includes more about where to look at it.

The cat visit takes guests to the city's most haunted places right in the heart of downtown, where the Tequesta Indians lived if the Spanish Conquistadors came and where the town even as we know it today began. Browse here at the link website to learn the purpose of this view.

The tour's chief cat information, Christian Rieger, says, "We focus our trip in the region where Fort Lauderdale started as a contemporary city where the Flagler railroad came through in 1896.

"The freeze of 1895 that killed the citrus bushes through central Florida, caused Henry Flagler to extend his Florida Eastcoast Railroad from Palm Beach as to the is today Miami.

The city's first hotel, built since the railroad's coming through, was built next to the tracks at the lake. Historians say that it's this area, where we've our ghost shopping, that the city, today as we know it, began."

Cat tour guides, wearing a, top hat and holding a, tell stories of the legendary New River, trading posts and 100 year-old mansions. Could be the Ghost Train that speeds quietly over the tracks the train that caused the death 500 people in the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935? Some people who claim to have seen it think so. More Information contains further about the inner workings of this hypothesis.

Readers on the tour will see the mystery of the person in the white wedding gown and why she stands alone on the porch of the city's oldest standing hotel building. Guides also tell tales of Seminole Indians that still haunt the river, the spirits of early settlers, and the places of a favorite restaurant.

"It is very good family entertainment," states Rieger, "something for the family to accomplish after dinner besides watch television in the college accommodation. In addition it works perfect for local families, because cat trips are a intelligent way of introducing local history to children a way of creating history interesting and simple to hear to."

Your digital camera is brought by "and. Should you desire to dig up further on close remove frame, there are millions of resources you should investigate. We have had several visitors who have photographed numerous pictures in the heart world."

For more info, contact 954 523 1501or admin@fortlauderdaleghosttours.com.
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