Shreveport-Bossier has a long history of ghost stories and haunted places, and a new event is spotlighting the most chilling every Saturday now through October including Halloween night.
The Haunted Shreveport Tour and Dinner is a unique experience starting with a three-course meal at one of the area’s newest eateries, Twine Shreveport. Participants will then climb aboard the iShuttle for a guided, driving tour of the Caddo Parish Courthouse, Oakland Cemetery, Shreveport Municipal Auditorium, Logan Mansion and more. Following the eerie excursion, participants will return to Twine for a drink and dessert. Sound interesting?
Twine Shreveport founder Rick Rose says it’s a unique experience where locals come together to dine and share real life ghost stories. The chef at Twine even gets involved explaining how many older homes turned restaurants have unexplained occurrences, because of spirits being disturbed. If you can handle the haunts, make plans to attend tomorrow evening’s tour starting at 5 and 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are $55 and can be purchased by clicking here. For a special offer on tomorrow’s tour, call (318) 754-4024. Rick is offering a free bottle of wine for parties of two or more who mention reading this blog.