Cemetery Ghost Tours 
Concordia Heritage Association is proud to have the 
following ghost tour companies:
Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society, Paranormal Travels 
and Lost El Paso Paranormal 
     hosting monthly Concordia Cemetery Ghost Tours.

Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society - 1st Saturday of Every Month
Paranormal Travels - 2nd Saturday of Every Month
Lost El Paso Paranormal - 3rd Saturday of Every Month

Join your Ghostly hosts as they guide you on this truly unique 
walking tour.  You will visit the haunted sites at Concordia Cemetery 
where people have reported seeing a Lady in White, and other 
ghostly apparitions.  You may even hear voices of children giggling & 
playing in the Children's Section or Buffalo Soldiers on their horses 
thundering through the cemetery. 
These are two hour guided tours on the history of the cemetery and 
reports of the paranormal observed or experienced here!
Cost is only $15 per person - Click on the Ghost Tour links above
for more information 

Join the ghost hunt and bring your recording equipment, cameras, 
extra batteries, flashlights, comfortable (closed toe) walking shoes 
and a dress warm in the cooler months. The ghost tours are not 
recommended for small children.

You never know who or what you might catch on camera!

Where: Concordia Cemetery 3700 East Yandell Street (just east of Copia St)

Meet at the Yandell Street entrance to Concordia Cemetery 
half hour before the tours starts.

Make your reservations early!!! Space is limited. 




NO GHOST TOURS ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:
John Wesley Hardin Secret Society- Saturday closest to 8/19
  Walk thru History - 3rd Friday & Saturday in October
Dia De Los Muertos Festival - 1st Friday & Saturday in November
  Halloween (October 31st) - Cemetery closed to all events




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Tours are sponsored by Concordia Heritage Association
Proceeds are to benefit Concordia Heritage Association a 501 c 3 Non Profit Organization charged with the continued restoration and preservation of Concordia Cemetery,  (a Texas State Historical Site)