We are back for our fifth annual Kingman Historic Ghost Walks. This year is bigger and better. We are excited to have new tour routes and more stories and spots to visit at this year’s event. See below for tour descriptions. This event is directed by Nick Hunt and Matt Hecht. The Thriller dance is choreographed by Jewelee Steed.
Auditions take place this Friday at 6:30pm and Saturday at 10:00am at the Club for Youth. We need lots of participants both performing actors and back stage support. Email [email protected] if you have questions.
Tour A: Start at the city complex located at 4th and Oak streets, over to 5th Street, down to Beale Street, over to 4th Street, down to Route 66, over to 3rd Street back up to Beale Street and over to 4th Street where the tour will end.
Tour B: Start at the city complex located at 4th and Oak streets, over to 5th street, up to Palo Christie School, back down to Spring Street, over to 4th Street, and down to Beale Street where the tour will end.
Both tours include the Thriller dance. For questions or to book a group tour, email us at [email protected] or call 928-530-8432.
We will also have the Powerhouse Visitor Center available for tours. Those tours will be sold separately from the Ghost walk tours. The “Haunted Powerhouse” includes a guided tour through the museum as well as access to parts of the building the public doesn’t normally see. Guides will share stories from the building’s past and present that employees have experienced along with some of its history. Be on the look out for the ghosts and spooks that may pay a visit along the way.
Tickets for Powerhouse tours will be available soon.