Next stop? Author Sam Baltrusis announced plans to pen his fourth book, "Haunted Boston Harbor: Ghosts & Legends of the Hub's Waterfront."
While hashing out the new book, he unveiled his third ghost tour cruising around Boston Harbor one last time, Thursday, Oct. 30.
Explore the ghostly secrets of Boston Harbor on a Halloween-themed, narrated boat experience leaving Rowes Wharf based on the research from "Ghosts of Salem: Haunts of the Witch City" author Sam Baltrusis.
There are ghosts lurking in the waters near the Boston's historic seaport and inhabiting the handful of secluded islands scattered throughout the Harbor. Over the past four centuries, the spooky islands dotting Boston Harbor have had booty-seeking pirates, prisoners confined, and thousands felled by war and disease. Yes, the aftermath may have left the surrounding Boston Harbor waters brimming with restless spirits.
Travel back through history to learn about the Harbor's ghastly tales of murder and uncover the truth behind some the island's more infamous ghosts including Georges Island's Lady in Black.The two-hour boat tours leave one last time, Thursday, Oct. 30, promptly at 7 p.m. and reservations are required. Cash bar and ghostly theatrics. Geared for adults.
Special thanks to Mass Bay Lines for hosting our Haunted Boston Harbor cruise.The team from Paranormal Xpeditions will produce a Steampunk-inspired Pretty Paranormal fashion show to top off the spooktacular evening. On, Thursday, Oct. 30, Rainbow Frite, a trailblazer in the subversive drag-turned-dark world, will be the ship's ghostly greeter and will put a spell on you with a macabre performance on the second deck. Join us ... if you dare.