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C H I C A G O  G H O S T S

Resurrection Mary 
 St. Valentine's Day Massacre
Archer Avenue 
Bachelors Grove 
John Dillinger
Limestone Ghosts
The Eastland Disaster 
The Iroqouis Theater 
and Death Alley 
Ghosts of Prairie Avenue
Bishop Muldoon
The Luetgert Sausage 
Factory Murder 
H.H. Holmes (The Devil in the White City)
The Hancock Building and "Ghostbusters" 
Wrigley Field and the 
Curse of the Billy Goat 
Vanishing Hitchhikers 
Rosehill Cemetery 
Graceland Cemetery  
Rico D's 
The Willowbrook Ballroom
St. James-Sag Cemetery
Kaiser Hall 
The Curse of Streeterville 
The Museum of Science 
and Industry
Leopold and Loeb
Ghosts of the Cook County 
Forest Preserves 
Robinson Woods
Hull House
Al Capone
O'Hare Airport
La Llarona 
Archer Woods Cemetery
Marshall Field and Co. (Macy's) 
Navy Pier and The Lake 
Michigan Triangle 
Seaweed Charlie and 
Calvary Cemetery

Mount Carmel Cemetery and 
Julia Buccola

Frank Leavy's Hand of Death 
The Music Box Theater

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private tours/pub crawls/school groups/parties/corporate events, etc. etc. etc.

If you’re a bit on the fearful side, you may want to travel in groups! Chicago Hauntings has a private tour of haunted Chicago for every taste.

Be sure to join us on one of our exclusive Chicago Hauntings pub crawls, when we visit the "spirits" inhabiting several local drinking establishments around the Windy City. These tours are offered as private charters and are perfect for bachelor / bachelorette parties, birthday parties, corporate events, or just plain fun.

Haunted Chicago: The Green Mill

These special bus tours last between three and four hours and are narrated by our staff of tour guides, who take visitors through the haunted history of each particular establishment. 

The tour often includes a stop at the infamous Gold Star Bar at 1755 W. Division Street, on Chicago's Near West Side. In earlier years, this stretch of West Division Street was known as "Polish Broadway," and featured many storefront taverns. It was here where Nelson Algren hung out and received much of his inspiration, using the neighborhood and its saloons as the settings in many of his stories and novels.

And it was inside the Gold Star Bar where, one night in the 1950s, the bartender shot and killed a would-be robber who stormed into the place brandishing a handgun. Legend has it the Gold Star to this day is haunted by the gunman's spirit, as well as the mysterious "Woman in Green" who lurks near the front doorway and inside stairway.

Haunted Chicago: The Gold Star Bar

In addition, our haunted pub crawls also visit many other ghost-ridden Chicago spots, which may include the Ole St. Andrews Inn -- where you can lift a glass with the spirit of the former owner; the Hange Uppe, where a past bartender took his own life and now lingers behind; the Fireside, a haunted former roadhouse and bar across from Rosehill Cemetery in spooky Ravenswood; the Tonic Room; and many others.

All tours vary as to time and location availability.

SCHOOL/METRO HISTORY PROJECT TOURS give your students a compelling look at Chicago history with a whole different kind of field trip! Very popular, and very large groups can be accommodated. Special rates available.

LUNCH OR DINNER TOURS offer dining and spirits to the brave of heart. Pick your favorite haunted Chicago restaurant and we’ll make it part of an afternoon or evening of history and mystery. Explore Chinatown and dine with the ghosts of 22nd place and the old Levee district; feast at the Fireside, a haunted roadhouse across from infamous Rosehill Cemetery; or escape the chill of Resurrection Mary with Old World home cooking in the cozy back room of Chet’s. For up to 39 via Ghost Bus or Haunted Trolley, or larger groups by special arrangement.

Archer Avenue: Chicago's Most Haunted

                                     The Irish Legend: Most Haunted!

SPECIALTY TOURS operate year-round and can be run privately for your group. Watch our website for information on seasonal tours like the Ghosts of Chicago’s Christmas Past, our Bloody Valentine tour, and the famous St. Patrick’s Day pub crawl featuring Chicago’s Irish ghosts. Any of these tours can be scheduled privately, at any time. For up to 37 via Ghost Bus or Haunted Trolley, or larger groups with your own transport.

for a birthday party to remember! A professional ghost hunter is your guide on this child-friendly tour, offering toned-down tales for the younger crowd, demonstrations of ghost-hunting equipment , and an autographed copy of Ursula Bielski’s Creepy Chicago for every party guest. For up to 35, depending on age and available chaperones.

Chicago ghost hunter Ursula Bielski

BOOK CLUB TOURS WITH URSULA BIELSKI The author of the Chicago Haunts series, Graveyards of Chicago and Creepy Chicago
speaks about her haunted life on a 2 ½ hour tour showcasing some of the city’s most notorious haunts.

Private tour rates:
(rates do not include food, drinks or other extras)


1 to 3 people (your car or ours): $150


Your vehicles:
$20 per person up to 200 people
(School groups $10 to $20 per student)

Our vehicles:

Up to 34 people: $1156
Up to 55 people: $1650
(Discounts for multiple vehicles)

BYOB no problem on private tours.
(50% deposit to book. Based on limited availability.
Does not include gratuity.

For bookings, call us at 773-733-2711
or write us here!

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