Are you brave enough to take on these metro Atlanta ghost tours?

Experience a Ghost Tour of haunted, historic Little 5 Points! Tours meet once a week at L5P Community Center parking lot and last until November 5, 2022.
Courtesy of Little 5 Points Business Association

With fall decor in place and Halloween movies available on all the streaming platforms, it’s officially spooky season. If you’re looking for a real scare, consider booking a ghost tour.

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The Fox Theatre has long been a part of Atlanta’s history, and it is still one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. With over 90 years of history, legend has it that the theater is haunted by a few spirits who regularly give Fox employees the creeps.

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Along with learning about the theatre’s history and its most active “guests,” tour participants can also expect to see parts of the historic building they might otherwise never access, including the stage, the coal room and an old hospital room that still holds artifacts from 1929.

Location: Midtown - 660 Peachtree St NE; Website: foxtheatre.org

Decatur Ghost Tour

Led by a professional psychic medium and paranormal investigator, this one-mile ghost tour begins at Decatur’s historic town square. Tour stops include a visit to the Old Decatur Cemetery and to one of the oldest two-story homes in town. Rumor has it that the cries of wounded soldiers can be heard along the way. The tour is offered year-round on weekends, with a few added dates in October.

Location: Decatur - 101 E Court Square, Decatur, GA 30030; Website: decaturghosttour.com

Roswell Ghost Tour

Guests are taken on a lantern-led walk through the streets of downtown Marietta while hearing stories about the spirits who never left the city’s historic district. Wear comfortable walking shoes and, if you tend to scare easily, feel free to bring a flashlight. Tours are held Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays year-round.

If walking isn’t for you, try the haunted bus tour.

Location: Marietta; Website: toursofmarietta.com

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