Haunted Hearse Tours Offered in Montgomery

Tools

By Ashley Thompson

Not many people can say they've ridden in a hearse, at least not while they were still alive. Now a haunted hearse tour is giving you that chance.

"Our first ghostly tale involves the Western Railway and a man by the name of CatFish Bob" explains driver Shannon Fontaine.

CatFish Bob. A man whose life came to a shocking end. Rumor has it, he still haunts the streets of Montgomery like all of the victims mentioned on the tour.

"When you do this, you're going to learn a lot about Montgomery that you might not be aware of. I grew up right here in Montgomery and some of these stories I didn't know. They're that old. They date back to the 1800s" Fontaine says.

Fontaine drives a 1988 Caprice named 'Hilda,' while telling chilling stories of events said to have happened in Montgomery. The hearse can only hold up to 6 people, offering a more personable, creepy experience. I spoke with some eager passengers before they took off.  All were excited to learn about the dark side of the Capitol City.

"I'm just excited about riding in the hearse. I think it'll be a good time. A good, scary time" says passenger John Averrett

The haunted hearse rides take off nightly from 7PM to midnight in downtown Montgomery. Reservations are recommended. The cost is $15 per person.

For more information call 334-514-4457 or visit: http://www.hauntedhearsemgm.com/

 

 

Add a comment

Name:

Comment: 1000 Characters Left

WNCF and its affiliated companies are not responsible for the content of comments posted or for anything arising out of use of the above comments or other interaction among the users. Comments are posted on site immediately and without station moderation. If you feel a comment is inappropriate you may flag it for review. For guidelines on flagging comments see our Terms & Conditions. We reserve the right to screen, refuse to post, remove or edit user-generated content at any time and for any or no reason in our absolute and sole discretion without prior notice, although we have no duty to do so or to monitor any Public Forum.