History After Dark: Ghosts of Bozeman’s Past

Posted: September 14, 2017 by extremehistory in Uncategorized

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The Extreme History Project’s “History After Dark: Ghosts of Bozeman’s Past” self-guided walking tour brings Bozeman’s notorious past to life! On October 13 and 14, some of Bozeman’s most notorious citizens will return from the grave to share their stories with the public. The Extreme History Project’s “History After Dark” tour will bring Bozeman’s present face to face with Bozeman’s past. Tour participants will walk the dark streets and alleys of downtown Bozeman by lantern light, while hearing tales of horrific murders, gruesome hangings, salacious madams and mystic mediums from the mouths of the dead themselves who will appear at their various locations along the route. Hear the tale of Bozeman’s “Week of Horror,” meet Bozeman’s most scandalous Madam, Louisa Cosell and talk with Montana’s Mountain Medium, Mrs. Emma Mounts. Perhaps she will bring a message from the great beyond! The tour will cost $15 per person ($17 online) and is not appropriate for children under 12. Tickets are limited so purchase early! Click here to purchase tickets. The tours will kick off at 7pm from Townsend’s Tea House at 402 E. Main St. For more information send us an email at info@extremehistoryproject.org or give us a call at 406-220-2678.

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