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Climb aboard our air conditioned shuttle — we’ll do the driving — and enjoy a spine-tingling guided tour of many of Hannibal’s most notoriously haunted sites, both past and present! You’ll hear stories of murder and mischief during Mark Twain’s boyhood, meet the present-day ghosts of the mansions on Millionaires’ Row, and learn which buildings on historic Main Street are purported to be haunted. Each tour includes a guided exploration of Old Baptist Cemetery where you’ll walk amongst the graves of slaves and civil war soldiers to search for signs of paranormal activity!
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