The Asbury Park Ghosts and Legends Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and is suitable for enthusiasts of all ages. Walkers should be prepared to walk at a leisurely pace, but comfortable shoes are recommended!  Still cameras are welcome, but video and audio recording are prohibited. Private group tours are also available. Please call, email or visit the store to request a special reservation.

Walks depart from the bookstore at precisely 8:00pm every Thursday, Friday & Saturday evening.

HEAR WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE GHOSTS & LEGENDS WALKING TOUR!

“Although my son has been telling me in detail for years about his "ghost" experiences, I still have quite a hard time being a believer. Taking your walk on Saturday night was just such a mind opener for me! I found it to be a phenomenal historical tour of our area with some in depth information on what all types of people believe sightings and sounds to derive from. Since then I've found myself telling everyone I come across about the tour. Whether you're a believer in ghosts or not the facts of the extraordinary history that has happened on the Jersey Shore is mind blowing, and I couldn't imagine a better person to tell us than you!  Thanks for the great night out!”  –  Melanie from Spring Lake, New Jersey

Experience the haunted past of this 'City by the Sea' with a moonlit stroll through Asbury Park’s historic downtown and boardwalk. This is fun and spooky walk includes macabre tales of murder, mayhem and marauders along the Jersey Shore. Be prepared for a truly haunting experience, as many have reported the chilling touch of phantom hands, the vision of ghostly orbs and even heard the soft tinkling of calliope music long since silenced. Many of the stories heard during the walk are also featured exhibits in the Paranormal Museum next door, so be sure to take advantage of the discounted tour & museum combo pricing!

Thurs/Fri/Saturdays                 Ghost & Legend Tours

8:00PM Departures                                                 Paranormal Books, Cookman Ave.