Downtown Austin teems with old, historical buildings, a lot of which are said to be haunted by a wide variety of ghosts. Austin Ghost Tours has actually thoroughly looked into the background behind each tale, and has actually created walking trips based on the vibrant and often frightening tales of Austin’s past. One of Austin’s many “extremely haunted” places is the historic Driskill Hotel. Some state that the spirit of Colonel Driskill remains in the building he was so proud of, evidenced by mysterious puffs of cigar smoke. These and numerous other macabre legends belong to the Driskill’s lively history. The Ghosts of the Warehouse District Tour features some of the earliest structures in the city, consisting of the site of collection of terrible murders in 1885. The Sixth Street Tour has shown to be popular for bachelor and also bachelorette parties. Other trips include one committed to the cooling tale of the “Servant Lady Annihilator,” a harsh serial awesome who predated Jack the Ripper, and also intimidated women slaves in 1884. Austin Ghost Tours conducts their creepy events rainfall or shine, and also since they are walking tours, participants ought to clothe accordingly, including putting on proper footwear.