Louisville Historic Tours is pleased to announce their new Full Moon Ghost Tours based on author David Dominé’s popular book series.
Starting on Sunday, April 17, these monthly tours will feature beautiful architecture and spooky stories under the light of the full moon. Tours will also be conducted the night before and after the full moon.
Participants will be transported to each location by bus. The tours depart from the Visitors Center at 218 W. Oak St. in historic Old Louisville at 9 p.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes.
The cost is $25 per person and includes entrance to several reportedly haunted homes, a surprise visit from a neighborhood haunt and a sweet treat.
For more information or to purchase a ticket, please call (502) 637-2922.
2011 full moon dates (Tours are conducted on days when there is a full moon, the day before the full moon and the day after.)
Monday, April 18
Tuesday, May 17
Wednesday, June 15
Friday, July 15
Saturday, Aug. 13
Monday, Sept. 12
Wednesday, Oct. 12
Thursday, Nov. 10
Saturday, Dec. 10
About David Dominé: David Dominé, also known as the Bluegrass Peasant, is a Louisville-based travel, food and wine writer and author of numerous books published by McClanahan Publishing House. From Old Louisville hauntings to bourbon recipes, Kentucky spirits come alive in Dominé’s narratives.
His books include Adventures in New Kentucky Cooking, Splash of Bourbon: Kentucky’s Spirit, A Feast for the Eyes: Recipes from America’s Grandest Victorian Neighborhood and a series of bestsellers on the ghosts of Old Louisville.
He also wrote the guidebook on Louisville for the Insiders’ Guide series, which provides a local’s perspective on over 60 destinations nationwide.
In addition to his work as an author, Dominé pens a monthly food column for Kentucky Monthly magazine and teaches foreign languages at Bellarmine University.
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