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Haunted Vegas Tours

Robyn with Haunted Vegas Tours guide Jac Hayden at Green Valley Park in Henderson. 

Stay in a Haunted Las Vegas Hotel


The Haunted Vegas Tour bus pulled up to Green Valley Park at about 11:00 P.M.   The park is located on Pecos Rd. and Milcroft Drive. 


Green Valley Park is alllegedly one of the most active paranormal sites visited by Haunted Vegas Tours; it was the scene where two young boys were murdered in the '70s.  In this photo, tour participants use dowsing rods (provided by the tour) and photography to try and locate paranormal activity.


Jac discusses with Robyn the various events experienced at the park and speculates on traumatic experiences that may have happened in this location before there was a park.  Notice that Jac is holding a dowsing rod along with the lamp. 


Orbs are often caught on camera in alleged haunted locations.  Some suggest that they are nothing more than dust particles in the air caught in the flash.  This photograph from Green Valley Park shows a multitude of orbs; out of about thirty photos taken, this and the one featured on the Attraction's page are the only ones to show orbs.  Is this particular location in the park a "hot spot" for spirits? 


One of the stops along the Haunted Vegas Tours is the garden at the Flamingo Hotel on the Strip.


The ghost of Bugsy Siegel is alleged to haunt the area; in fact, his office was located right where this commemorative marker dedicated to Siegel now stands. 


"The Bugsy Building".  Siegel was killed at the Beverly Hills home of his girlfriend, Virginia Hill , but it is speculated his spirit haunts the Flamingo since he played a very active part in opening and operating the hotel and casino.


The Flamingo Garden at night.  The Haunted Vegas Tour and Show leaves nightly from the Royal Resort on Convention Center Drive (next to the Greek Isles) at 9:30 P.M. 

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