Ghosts of Old Chicago: River North District Ghost Walk
Step into the shadows of Chicago’s darkest and oldest history to visit the site of the tragic Eastland disaster of 1915, where 844 lives were lost on the River , the site of the bloody Fort Dearborn Massacre, meet the ghosts of Chicago’s world famous Gangland heritage, the evil spirits of the old Courthouse and gallows, and the towering skyscrapers built on cursed land of legends.
2 miles liesurely pace with pub stop
6pm Fridays and Saturdays year ’round
Departs from the
Reid Murdoch Center
at the LaSalle Street Bridge.
Ghosts of Old Chicago: River North Ghost Walk
CHICAGO’S MASS DISASTERS, THE GALLOWS, CURSES AND MORE!
AN EERIE, ON-FOOT EXCURSION . . . THROUGH THE HEART OF HAUNTED CHICAGO! Don’t get left behind on this supernatural foray through the streets and alleys of oldest Chicago. From the watery grave of the Eastland Disaster’s 844 dead to the evil dead of the old Courthouse and its bloody gallows. From the Fort Dearborn Massacre and Chicago’s gangland killings . . . to the Chicago ties to “Poltergeist” and “Ghostbusters.” This 2-hour, 2 mile stroll introduces you to the stories which made Chicago’s ghostlore famous–and immortal. 4PM daily, year ’round. Meets at the Reid Murdoch Center, north end of the LaSalle Street Bridge.