Virtual Philly Ghost Walking Tour
Although Philadelphia may have played a pivotial role in American democracy, Philadelphia also has a spooky side to inspire world-renowned authors such as Edgar Allen Poe to write “The Murders of Rue Morgue” and “The Raven” and Bram Stoker’s research for “Dracula” and David Lynch’s inspiration for “Eraserhead.”
This Philadelphia ghost tour delves in the ghastly tales of super natural sightings of German soldiers, as well as famous sites such as Bishop White’s House, Pennsylvania Hospital, City Hall, Independence Hall and Walnut Street Theater and so much more.
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