What better venue in Bermuda for a ghostly safari than St. George's, the oldest permanent English town on the island and the most venerable continually inhabited English settlement in the Americas? After the sun dunks into the Atlantic, you can join a tour guide on a shadowy walkabout in St. George's UNESCO World Heritage Site-designated throughways, hearing stories about its past and maybe encountering a phantom or two.
The Haunted History Walking Tour covers roughly a half-mile over an hour full of tales and spooks. Fun as heck, a little bit eerie, it's also remarkably informative.
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