Good Evening Dear Castledwellers, Ghosthunters, Ghostbusters, Zombies, Witches, Warlocks, Ghouls, Gothlings, Kindred Spirits, Demented Demons, Erotic Exorcists and Fellow Spirited Travelers:

Thank you for your interest in GHOSTour to IRELAND, our MAY 5-12, 2013 Haunted Vacation for travelers of all ages. Join us for a spooktacular, unforgettable week-long adventure to one of the scariest and most notorious locales in the United Kingdom. Hosted by Charles F. Rosenay!!! ("Cryptmaster Chiller Chucky") and TV personality/paranormal investigator Richard Felix ("Most Haunted"), this first-ever GHOSTour of Ireland promises to be a weird and wonderful week of horrors!

Few places in the world are as spooky as Ireland. The country's murky past involved clan battles, hundreds of years of war and the siege of grim-looking castles in almost every part of the country. Stories were told and traditions established. There are tales of ghosts, many of whom were said to be the spirits of real people who died in tragic or horrific circumstances, of apparitions that appear at certain times of the night, or certain periods of the year – perhaps when they were murdered, and of strange, eerie sounds that pierce the chilled Irish air. The hauntings seem to have no set boundaries. Ghosts have been reported on bleak roads, in old theatres and ancient graveyards. Join us as pay some of these spirited sites a visit and judge for yourself. If you are brave enough!

After Scotland, Ireland boasts the most haunted castles and reported lake monsters in the world. Expect to visit Dublin Castle, built in 1204, where invaders to the castle were beheaded and displayed on the castle wall. Countless decapitated bodies are buried under the castle. Their vengeful souls still roam the castle, and tour guides report poltergeist activity. Marsh’s Library, built in 1701, is an ornate library and the site of ghostly activity. Malahide Castle was the home of Lord Talbot and his descendant’s 1185-1973. The castle has a long history of being haunted. New Grange is a 5,000-year-old megalithic cemetery (burial mound). Leap Castle is said to be the most haunted castle in Ireland. Hill of Tara is the ancient site of Ireland’s high kings and pagan community prior to the emergence of Christianity. This was the site of the original renaissance faire.

Combine this with independent late-night séances, visits to graveyards, on-board classic ghost & genre films, a mad monster mash masquerade ball farewell party and other surprises, and you've got what is one of the most memorable macabre tours in haunted history. Be sure to visit the GHOSTour website for further information, and to read past tour reports.

The trip is a deluxe travel packages valued at $5,999 per person for only $2499 per person including round-trip airfare to Ireland, transfers, luxury coach transportation, all hotel/castle accommodations, all attractions, admissions, events, parties, special guests & entertainment. Expect to stay overnight at a castle! We fly out of NY's JFK (Kennedy) Airport, where people from all over the world meet as a group to travel together to the United Kingdom. If you are not joining our flight from the U.S., or you wish to arrange your own airfare, you may take part in this adventure by booking a land-only package (where you fly on your own) and you would deduct $400 off the total. If you are traveling from other cities in U.S. or Canada, we can assist with your travel plans and air accommodations. We are now accepting reservations. Past Dracula Tour travelers (DracPack) and GHOSTour travelers (GhostGang) please ask about alumni discounts.

We hope you join us. You'll have the time of your life ...even if you're part of the undead!

Cheers & Chills, Charles (aka Cryptmaster Chiller Chucky), Danny, Richard Felix, Debe Branning and Kelley (in the dungeon)

Phone: 203.795.4737 Fax: 203.891.9433