Ghosts in Pittsburgh

Beginning on September 11 and continuing on Fridays and Saturdays through Halloween, "Haunted Pittsburgh" is offering a walking ghost tour on Pittsburgh's South Side. Pittsburgh may be haunted by demons of its industrial past after all!

Check out for more details, including information about "ghost dinners" on Wednesdays at the Gypsy Cafe on the South Side.

Haunted Pittsburgh is brought to us by the ghosts in the machine: Tim Murray, known to some as one of the (zombie?) brains behind Carbolic Smoke Ball, and his colleague Michelle Smith. Back in July, in the dead (!) of summer and while I was out of town, the Trib ran a story that explained it all.


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