Haunted Boise 

This year, Boise Trolley Tours is jumping on the haunting bandwagon with tours of haunted Boise. The 75-minute tours will lead to rumored haunted locations in downtown Boise, as well as to two cemeteries and the Old Idaho State Penitentiary.

Tour-goers will ride around town in a Halloween-decorated, open-air trolly on which they will hear local ghost stories. The event also includes a walking tour, so be prepared to move. For those who really want to get in the spirit, costumes are encouraged. But don't confuse this with some kid-centric event: No one younger than 13 will be allowed on the trip.

The haunted tours will be on Friday and Saturday nights through October. Tickets cost $18 for adults or $16 for students and military personnel. Call 208-433-0849 or see boisetrolleytours.com for information.

­--Deanna Darr

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