Prescott, Arizona, a "Mile-High" town and the first territorial capital of Arizona in 1864. This "Old West" town is full of stories of lawmen, outlaws, hangings, Chinatown, and Red-Light District.
Diverse restaurants surround the downtown Plaza in their preserved buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s. The famous Whiskey Row with it's bars, saloons and music along with shops, and art galleries.
Take a walk with the Spirits, walking the streets where the famous Earp Brothers, Big Nose Kate, Billy the Kid walked and maybe meet a few of the Spirits that still hang out here.
HAUNTED PRESCOTT TOURS
Take a Walk With the Spirits on this 2-hour walking tour of downtown Prescott. This is an "Old West" town with a diverse history full of legend and lore. Join us as we stroll the streets visiting some of its most storied - and haunted - sites. Our tour begins at a haunted hotel and ends at a haunted saloon. You will hear stories of the lawmen, outlaws and shady ladies that have walked these streets.
HAUNTED PRESCOTT BOOK
Prescott, Arizona was the U.S. territory capital founded in 1864. Accompanying the city's rich history is an equally dramatic heritage of supernatural manifestations. Visitors report a strange chill in the Palace Saloon. Lingering spirits crowd famed hotels like the Hassayampa Inn and the Hotel Vendome, as well as theaters such at the Elks Opera House and Prescott Center for the Arts. Lear the secrets of Prescott's cemeteries and the truth about the hangings on the Courthouse Plaza as Darlene Wilson and Parker Anderson lead an excursion through the haunted sites of Arizona's mile-high city.