This is the 6th year of ghost trolley adventures in Salem, and they just keep getting better.
|Getting back on the bus at Cry Baby Bridge|
|Getting out at the back side of Hope Cemetery.|
We do not know who did it, but it made the adventure that much more exciting.
There were tours in August, September, and nearly the entire month of October.
Stops included the house of murderer Oscar Gray, the former sight of the Howard Street Cemetery, the sight of a horrific train accident in 1920 that killed 6 young men.
A house that contains a room in the basement that may have had a sinister history and Prospect School are two more stops on the tour.
There are three different places tour goers get off the bus, to include the front and back side of Hope Cemetery and Cry Baby Bridge.
The average tour lasts two hours.
|Several ghost walks were lead through the city of Salem.|
|Amanda talking to the ghost that resides in the Dale Shaffer|
|Kimberly leading the tour at Hope Cemetery, standing at the grave|
of Chalky Beans, the first person buried at Hope Cemetery. He
was only 3 years old at the time of his death.
|Every tour ends with the story of Goldie Bell Taylor. That does|
not look change any time soon.