1. Salt Lake Ghosts and Hauntings Tour by USGA
Did you know the Judge Building was bombed in 1985? Or that a cult leader caused one of Utah’s most disturbing murder-suicides at the site of the Holiday Inn? There are dark and sinister tales in every corner of Salt Lake City, and the spirits are anxious to tell them. Join your guide for an evening of true crime and campfire ghost stories beginning at Gallivan Plaza. From there, you’ll visit six historic, haunted spots, unlocking a new creepy tale at each one. Uncover the history of infamous forger Mark Hofmann; steer clear of the angry ghost of Judge Ritter at the Federal Courthouse; and bask in the chilling energy of the Capitol Theater, where a fire claimed a teen boy’s life. You’ll end your tour on Whiskey Street, where you’re free to grab a drink after the tour. You may even spot the mischievous ghost girl who runs along the bar shelves, knocking over bottles. Are you brave enough to step into the shadows of Salt Lake City? You may never sleep with the lights off again.