🎫 Entry for 1 guest to the DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost Walking Tour, accompanied by a tour guide
😲 Discover some of the most shocking locations in LA
🚶 Accompanied by an experienced tour guide
😊 Chance to meet new people on the tour
📅 Date: every Saturday (select during purchase)
🕒 Time: 6pm - 9pm
📍 Meeting Point: corner of Pershing Square, Hill / 5th, Los Angeles, CA 90013
👤 Age requirement: this is a walking tour and moves at a reasonable pace. It's not recommended for children under 12 y.o.
♿ Accessibility: not wheelchair accessible.
❓ Please note: aim to get there 10-15 minutes early, if you’re late you may miss the tour. You will normally stop at two bars for cocktails (at your own expense). Entry to LA Times Editorial Library, Vibiana and Hall of Justice is not included.
❓ For this event, all sales are final and tickets can’t be refunded, changed or modified. For more information, please refer to our T&Cs
On this DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost walking tour, you will go on an investigation of the noir underbelly of Los Angeles. Firstly, you'll visit the Biltmore Hotel, the last place the Black Dahlia was seen alive. Next, you'll, stop at Clifton’s and learn about the anti-corruption drive of its Christian founder (who had a few secrets of his own). After that, it's the Hotel Cecil, which has a hellish history of murders, suicides and killers (including the Night Stalker). From there, the group moves to the once-grand Alexandria Hotel, where Rudolph Valentino’s ghost still haunts his old penthouse, then the Barclay Hotel, home to two serial killers and the scene of some brutal murders. You'll also visit the site of the Chinatown Massacre of 1871, before the tour finishes at the Halls of Justice, site of many trials including those of Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and Charles Manson.
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