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Scare Yourself Silly On San Antonio's First Ghost Bus Tour


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San Antonio is old and the land it's on is older still.

So it's no surprise that it's haunted. And there's no shortage of Downtown tours, Sisters Grim Ghost Tours included.

However, the Sisters Grim are taking spooky outings mobile with a new Ghost Bus. The grand opening is March 7 and tickets are $40. However, if you're feeling lucky, Sisters Grim is holding a Facebook contest for free tickets.

We have an EXCITING opportunity this weekend!!! We will be giving away 28 FREE TICKETS to our Ghost Bus Tour this Friday...

Posted by Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours on Thursday, March 3, 2016

The ride promises to be entertaining and scary.

Hop on board San Antonio's first and original Ghost Bus and be transported into a world of ghostly happenings and terrifying histories. The new Ghostbus will drive you into your nightmares, taking in some of San Antonio's most haunting sights along the way.

You will be led through this ordeal by a sinister guide and driver, a man in tune with the afterlife, who will do his best to put you at your unease.

Visit such sites as the Haunted Menger Hotel, San Antonio's Old Red Light District (once known as Hell's Half Acre) a Historic Cemetery and much more!

Departing from outside the Menger Hotel, next door to Alamo Plaza. 
You might not want to bring the kids, though. Sisters Grim says the tour is not suitable for children.

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