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- Pickup Location: Tuscany Suites and Casino: 255 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169
- Time: 6:30 PM
- Booking available 7 days a week
- Length: 210 minutes
- Age Requirements: 18 and up
- No alcohol allowed on shuttle
- All cameras are encouraged
- Price: $149.95
- Non handicapped accessible
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Join Us For A Paranormal Adventure
Vegas Specialty Tours, the creators of the popular “Haunted Vegas Tour” is proud to offer you the “Goodsprings Ghost Hunt” as featured on Travel Channels hit show “Ghost Adventures”.
Your adventure begins with a 35-minute free ride from Las Vegas to Goodsprings. During your travel, you will be entertained by the tour guide with stories of Nevada’s most famous ghosts. Also, you will view a mini documentary about the experience ahead of you.
Upon arrival at the Pioneer Saloon you will be welcomed into the bar and served your choice of dinner from the Ghost Hunters Menu. You will tour the saloon and historic gallery after eating. Then you will be supplied with ghost hunting equipment including EMF meters, temperature guns, and dowsing rods. Whether you are a seasoned ghost hunter or a novice, your tour guide will instruct you in their proper use. This tour is not a theatrical event, you will hear true accounts of both hauntings and history of Goodsprings’ supernatural side.
The town of Goodsprings, Nevada was founded in 1904. Nestled in the foothills of the Spring Mountains, Goodsprings was once the heart of the most productive mining districts in Clark County Nevada. Over the year’s lead, copper, zinc, gold and silver have been mined from this area.
Goodsprings is currently the home of the Pioneer Saloon, considered to be one of the oldest saloons in Nevada (over 90 years old). The saloon has been featured in countless movies and television shows. Movie star, Clark Gable, waited at the bar for three full days while rescue crews brought his wife’s remains down from the crash site. Carol Lombard was lost in a plane crash on nearby Mt. Potosi. You will be able to read this tragic story of her death from an original newspaper and see pieces of the actual airplane wreckage.
Inside the building there are bullet holes reminiscent of gambling shoot-outs. A coroner’s letter describing how they were created is on display. Many of the employees have either seen or heard the many ghosts that haunt the area.
On your next trip to Sin City, join us for a paranormal adventure and experience the haunted and mysterious town of Goodsprings, NV.