Spend an autumn evening in Arrow Rock on an all-new walking tour, led by experienced tour guides who know all the haunts! Your guides will take you on a one-mile, two-hour journey through the town, down village streets and off the beaten path, sharing ghost stories galore along with long-forgotten and recently-unearthed true tales of murder, mayhem and some horrifically bad medicine.
Although similar to October night tours that have been offered in Arrow Rock in the past, this tour mixes in some brand new stories, long-lost details about well known Arrow Rock events, previously unexplored paths and fresh paranormal evidence.
This is a walking tour and although we’ll travel at a leisurely pace with frequent stops, this tour is best enjoyed by people who can walk and stand for the tour’s entire distance and duration. There will be two opportunities for sitting indoors — one midway through the tour and the other near the end — but in the event of a COVID-19 resurgence, we’ll keep the entire tour outdoors for everyone’s protection.
We’ll begin the tour in front of the 1860s-era home of tour guides Marty and Sandy Selby, where you’ll check in and receive a complimentary flashlight that you can use during the tour and that is yours to keep afterward. We’ll end the tour at Catalpa restaurant on the Arrow Rock boardwalk, where you’ll be treated to cookies, cider, and owner Liz Huff Kennon’s chilling stories of ghostly encounters.