Happening Now: 9th Annual Haunted Auburn Walking Tour

9th Annual Haunted Auburn Walking Tour

Take a spooky stroll through our hometown’s past on the 9th Annual Haunted Auburn Walking Tour—going on now! With sponsorship help from the Alabama Spectral Investigators, this creepy event will give you a good dose of spine-chilling fun!

About the tour

Auburn has its secrets! And some of them may just be brought to light at the 9th Annual Haunted Auburn Walking Tour. From the Auburn University Chapel, to fraternity row, to Hargis Hall, ghosts may have appeared all over town.

And, luckily, they left people to tell the tale. In fact, this tour includes info about freaky firsthand accounts.

Join local folklorist, paranormal investigator, artist and professional actor Brandon Stoker (The Walking Dead, Zombieland 2) and accredited historian, local author and paranormal investigator John-Mark Poe as your guides!

The options

You have two different tours to choose from, too! The first tour starts at 6 p.m., offering a family-friendly option for those aged 10 and older. It runs for about 45 minutes to one hour.

Or, if you want to dial up the horror, you can pick the second PG-13-rated tour. It kicks off at 8 p.m. and lasts for two hours.

Visiting details

Boo! Okay, that didn’t scare you. But the tours just might!

They take place every Friday and Saturday in October, as well as Halloween. That’s the 22, 23, 29, 30 and 31! Did we mention that admission is free for everyone? Now that’s one sweet deal!

Arrive early! Attendees will meet up at 112 S College St. in Downtown Auburn by the eagles statues.


Auburn has a whole lot of history. Does it come with a cast of spectral characters as well? We can’t answer that for certain. But, we can say that you’ll have a scary good time at the 9th Annual Haunted Auburn Walking Tour. Just remember to keep your living room lights on when you leave!

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