Cold Snap Got You Down? Try This Hot New Idea – A Haunted Road Trip!

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Have you ever wanted your own ghost story? Here’s your chance. Just in time for Halloween, Caper Company makes it easy for you to explore fascinating local haunts for yourself. The inaugural Haunt Spots tour – A Hard Luck & Loss Caper – features a route of spirited destinations that begins less than 15 minutes west of Milwaukee. Milwaukee Ghosts staff participated in the beta-testing for this tour and thought it was a blast. We know a little something about local ghost stories and were thrilled by the new things we learned on our own haunted road trip!

Haunt Spots tours are self-guided road trips. You download the tour itinerary and audio stories from CaperCompany.com and explore at your own pace from the warmth and comfort of your vehicle. Haunt Spots tours are available 7-days a week. One low fee per tour and gas for your car make this one very inexpensive way to get your ghost tour fix this winter when Milwaukee Ghosts’ haunted history walking tours are on hiatus until May.

As you travel to each destination, you and your friends listen to an audio story filled with history and reported ghostly activity. Each tour also includes a detailed “Caper” which guides you through the step-by-step process of making your own personal paranormal connection. Each destination is personally explored and researched by Caper Company. With over 30 more Wisconsin haunts ‘ready-to-go’, Caper Company plans to add a new tour every 2 weeks.

Caper Company is the creation of Susan Scot Fry, former Entertainment and Public Relations Director for the Bristol Renaissance Faire. Susan draws from her passion for the paranormal and years of interactive entertainment experience to create this unique new ghost tour.

Intrigued? Check it out for yourself at CaperCompany.com or email SusanScotFry@CaperCompany.com for more information.

Who knows? The next ghost story you hear may be the one that happened to you.

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~ by mkeghosts on October 11, 2009.

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