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Haunted Hike explores city's spooky history along San Antonio River

Attendees will stroll down the King William stretch led by the Curious Twins Paranormal tour guides.

SAN ANTONIO — As the spooky season approaches, Texas residents and visitors are asked to come and join the San Antonio River Authority on the Haunted Hike - King William exploring the Riverwalk's haunted history. 

It won't cost you anything to stroll along with them and any ghosts you might pick up on Wednesday, October 25 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. starting at King William Park. 

The haunted tour will take you down the King William stretch of the San Antonio River, led by the Curious Twins Paranormal tour guides. The tour guides will explain the history behind the indigenous burials, life along the river, haunted neighborhoods, and tragic floods that changed the course of San Antonio's history. 

This will be a limited event, registration is required and will open on September 28.


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