The first tourist adverts for Las Vegas invited you to come and see the impressive Mushroom Clouds from the nearby Los Alamos nuclear testing grounds. Things have cooled down a lot, since then, but that’s not even the start of this town’s fascinating history.
The ghosts start to come thick and fast when the mob moved to Vegas, our entertaining guides will take you to the places where mob hits happened, and the glamour was unbelievable.
A lot of the ghost stories that will entertain and terrify you are of more ordinary people, caught up in the glitz and glamor of the hotels and destinations of the strip. Their stories are no less tragic, and the hauntings no less scary. Our professional guides will take you behind the neon glow of the Las Vegas Strip to expose its sordid underbelly.
Below are just a few of the 8 or 12 locations the Vegas Ghosts walking tour visits. Some of the other locations that we researched but were unable to include on this tour itinerary made it onto our blog, where you can read about the fascinating haunted history of Nevada.
Ghosts trapped inside wax figures may hold the dark secrets of Sin City. Perhaps those spirits led to the death of Tupac yards away from this glamorous resort?
The mob lives on forever at The Flamingo. The city’s founding father of crime, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel, roams his castle for eternity.
Those who come into this cursed place may experience dark thoughts, and could even be driven to possibly commit suicide. What kind of dark forces could be causing this?