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Spirits of Bloomington

Bloomington, Illinois
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“The” Central Illinois Historic Entertainment Company. We bring history ALIVE!

Abraham Lincoln, Route 66, Ghost & Gangster Historical Tours in Bloomington and Lincoln, Illinois. Available year-round in your community or ours. Groups, tour buses, private presentations and more… Call 309-846-4306 or email us at info@spiritsoftours.com.


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