The Ghost Tour Continues as a Cheyenne Tradition

25 Oct

Interesting and informative

The Ghost Tour, hosted by the Cheyenne Depot Museum, has been running each October for the past 11 years and has many things to offer the local Halloween enthusiasts. It is a scripted ride along downtown Cheyenne that has both odd and spooky stories, historical facts about Cheyenne, and jokes throughout the ride to lighten the mood. The trollies are decorated with a Halloween theme and even the conductor gets dressed up!

Experienced locals shared their stories

A couple members of The Paranormal Hunting and Observation Group (PHOG) joined in on the ride and contributed to the spookiness. They were able to share experiences that happened early on in their lives as well as stories from their investigations as a group.

The author of the new book Haunted Cheyenne, Jill Pope, did not join in on the trolley ride, but she was available in the Depot Museum to speak about her book and experiences. Pope says that this book was written about the stories she gathered while organizing the ghost tours each year. She was kind enough to provide a short interview. Check out that interview here:

Ghost Tour Interview with Jill Pope

There is still time to catch the tour

The ghost tour will be active for three more days for those who wish to join in on the spooky and historical fun. The tour starts just after 6:00 pm and lasts approximately 90 minutes. When you buy your ticket, it is color-coded to tell you which of the two trollies you are to board.

  • Location: The Cheyenne Depot Museum
    • Address: 121 W. 15th Street, Cheyenne, WY, 82001
    • Phone: 307 632-3905
  • Friday – Sunday, October 25 – 27, 6 pm – 8 pm
  • Admission is $5 for children up to age 12, and $10 for adults

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