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Hello friends!

I want you to come on this trip with me!

Haunted Tour of Scotland Halloween 2010


Mystery abounds in eerie Scotland, famous for haunted castles, unexplained monsters and murderous mayhem. From the depths of Loch Ness to the excitement of a real paranormal investigation, this tour of the dark side will satisfy even the most demanding connoisseur of things that go bump in the night!

Join our fun-loving, irreverent group of Halloween enthusiasts for this tour in October, 2010!

HIGHLIGHTS
Ghostly Glasgow Tour
Scone Palace
Blair Castle
Loch Ness
Huntingtower Castle
Rosslyn Chapel
Edinburgh Tour
Haunted Walking Tour
Edinburgh Castle
Holyrood Palace
Paranormal Investigation
Mary King's Close
The Royal Yacht Britannia
Dalhousie Castle
Camera Obscura
The Edinburgh Dungeons
Haunted Vaults
Samhain Halloween Procession
The Witchery
Jekyll & Hyde Pub
Murder Mystery Dinner
AND MORE!

ITINERARY

Day 1 - 10/25/2010 - Depart the USA on an overnight flight to Glasgow, Scotland. Or fly to Glasgow from your UK home city tomorrow morning.

Day 2 - 10/26/2010 - Arrive in Glasgow and embark on a bloodcurdling tour featuring the haunts of Scotland's largest city. Cross the haunted "bridge of sighs" into Glasgow's infamous Necropolis, where thousands of Victorian Scots are at rest - sometimes. Drive along the River Clyde for stunning views of the city's dramatic architecture before visiting the Scottish Transport Museum. Fascinating exhibits aside, this stop is of special interest. Ghostly weeping sounds are heard here often, and the building has been the subject of several televised paranormal investigations. This afternoon, leave the city and visit Scone Palace en route to the Atholl Palace Castle Hotel, our home for the next two nights. Dinner tonight will be in the castle's dining room.

Day 3 - 10/27/2010 - Visit magnificent Blair Castle and its impressive collections of medieval armor, weapons and ghosts. Next, travel winding, barren roads through the frightening moors on the way to Loch Ness, where we have arranged a private and very real scientific monster-spotting cruise. This afternoon, see the mysterious Clava Cairns stone circles and travel through Culloden, the scene of Scotland's bloodiest battle and a well-known paranormal hot spot. Return to the castle for dinner and hear werewolf legends of the area. A warning - do not go outside after dark.

Day 4 - 10/28/2010 - Travel this morning to Huntingtower Castle, reportedly one of the most haunted sights in all of Scotland. The old castle is noted for numerous spirits, a thriving bat colony, and a long and tragic history of mysterious royal suicides. Frightening tales of sightings and encounters will explain why no one has dared inhabit the castle for a long, long time. Later, visit enigmatic Rosslyn Chapel to draw your own conclusions about the Da Vinci Code and the Holy Grail. Arrive in Edinburgh this afternoon and take a deep breath. You will be spending the coming days in the most haunted city in the world. Awaken demons from medieval witch trials while dining this evening in the famous Witchery. Our accommodation for the next four nights will be the SAS Radisson on the lively Royal Mile. After dinner, embark upon a spine-tingling ghost walk to the terrifying Black Mausoleum, where more than one hundred previous visitors have reported encountering a rather unfriendly poltergeist.

Day 5 - 10/29/2010 - Begin the day with a special ghost tour of imposing Edinburgh Castle. See the Scottish Crown Jewels and perhaps a spectral royal or two! After lunch at Jekyll & Hyde Pub, tour Holyroodhouse, the Queen's Scottish Palace. Tonight, join real ghost hunters from the Scottish Paranormal Society during an actual investigation at a haunted location in the city. This is not a demonstration for tourists! You will actively participate in the events of the evening. What will the darkness bring?

Day 6 - 10/30/2010 - Journey into Edinburgh's dark ages, when the plague forced people into subterranean villages called "closes." Descend into the nether worlds of Mary King's Close and meet the miserable souls who became the "people of the dark." This site is world-famous in investigative circles and has been featured on countless paranormal television specials. Later, board the Royal Yacht Britannia for a glimpse into the fascinating life of modern royals. Tonight, travel to the outskirts of the city to Dalhousie Castle for a murder mystery dinner in the dungeon. Someone may not survive through dessert!

Day 7 - 10/31/2010 - Happy Halloween! Visit the strange Camera Obscura and venture into the Edinburgh Dungeons for a fun scare. This evening, brave the horrifying city vaults, thought to be the most haunted place in Edinburgh. Dinner is underground in Marlyn's Wind, where a special guest will tell stories of the undead. Tonight's finale is Samhain, a pagan Halloween ritual heralding the arrival of winter. Don a costume and join the colorful procession down the Royal Mile!

Day 8 - 11/1/2010 - It is time to travel home, giving the spirits of Scotland a well-deserved rest.

HOW TO BOOK

Hold your space on this once-in-a-lifetime trip with just a $50 per person initial deposit!

The exact price for this tour will be announced by February, 2010. (Airline ticket cost is not available until then.)

At that time, you can solidify your reservation with an additional deposit or cancel and get your initial $50 deposit back, no questions asked!

APPROXIMATE price for this tour, including round-trip international airfare, is expected to be about $2,699.00 per person, based on double occupancy.

If you wish to purchase the tour "land only" and arrange your own air, the APPROXIMATE price for this tour is expected to be about $1899.00 per person, based on double occupancy.

THESE TOURS FILL UP FAR IN ADVANCE AND SELL-OUT QUICKLY. HOLD YOUR SPACE WITH A RISK-FREE INITIAL DEPOSIT OF $50 PER PERSON.

AGAIN, YOU CAN CANCEL WHEN THE FINAL PRICE IS ANNOUNCED AND WE WILL REFUND YOUR INITIAL DEPOSIT IN FULL, NO QUESTIONS ASKED!

Deposits, bookings and all travel arrangements are being handled by a nationally known and highly respected travel agency. All pricing quoted is in U.S. Dollars. Pricing is an ESTIMATE ONLY. Exact pricing will be announced in February of 2010.

Email us today if you would like to hold your space!! Don't miss out! A representative of the travel agency will contact you to make arrangements for your initial deposit.

Deposits and payments can be paid by major credit card or check card.

Please include your name and phone number in your email!

Email us at - [email protected]

INCLUSIONS:

1. Round-trip international airfare from select gateways in the USA. Included air arrives in Glasgow and departs from Edinburgh. Additional USA departure cities beyond these gateways can be arranged at additional cost. "Land-only" rates are available for this tour and do not include airfare.

2. Airport transfers in Glasgow and Edinburgh. If you arrange your own air, you must schedule your flight arrival and departure times to coincide with those of the group.

3. Accommodations. Two nights at the Atholl Palace Castle Hotel in Perthshire and four nights at the SAS Radisson Hotel Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Includes luggage handling for one suitcase per person in and out of hotels, and all hotel taxes and gratuities.

4. Twelve Meals: 5 Dinners, 6 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch. Includes taxes and gratuities.

5. Transportation by deluxe, private touring coach for all included sightseeing (except walking tours and lake cruise) .

6. All sightseeing and included activities as listed in itinerary.

7. Services of Professional Tour Manager Jim Russell, a Professional Coach Driver, and Professional Local Tour Guides and Docents for select sightseeing.

NOT INCLUDED:

1. Meals and sightseeing not listed as included.
2. Alcoholic beverages.
3. Items of a personal nature.
4. Gratuities to Tour Manager, Driver and Guides.
5. Hotel Incidental Charges (Movies, Phone Calls, Etc.)
6. Cost of a Passport.
7. Travel/Cancellation Insurance.
8. Anything Else Not Listed as Included.

TRAVEL/CANCELLATION INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL COST AND IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Additional terms and conditions, including cancellation penalties, will apply to bookings that are solidified when the exact tour price is announced in February, 2010. You will receive all terms and conditions at that time.
 
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