PIQUA — If you love Piqua history and things that go bump in the night, you are going to want to take one of the Piqua Haunted History walking tours coming up next month.
The tours will be held on Saturday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 21, with three tours each night. Tours begin at 7, 8:30 and 10 p.m.
Start your ghostly evening at 311 Draft House in downtown Piqua and explore Piqua’s haunted past with a walking tour led by city historian Jim Oda. The tour will cover several blocks — who knows what you may encounter lurking in the shadows? — and end at the Piqua Public Library, where tour participants will hear EVP recording and view photographic evidence captured during actual paranormal investigations.
Tickets for the tours are $15 per person and proceeds from the tours will be used to purchase equipment for the paranormal classes held at the Piqua Public Library and to support the ongoing mission of Mainstreet Piqua.
Tickets may be purchased from the Mainstreet Piqua office, 326 N. Main St. Street in downtown Piqua. Only 15 ghost hunters will permitted on each tour, so get your tickets soon. Tours will be held come rain or shine.
Call 773-9355 for additional information.