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  • Albuquerque Ghost Tours

    This august, my grandparents are taking me and my brother to Albuquerque to visit my aunt, and we all want to go on a "ghost tour" together. Does anyone know of any good ones that will allow me to bring my video camera? We were thinking about the Old Town one but video recording is not permitted.

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    Re: Albuquerque Ghost Tours

    We would love for you to attend the Ghost Tour of Old Town Albuquerque! The tour is held nightly at 8:00pm.

    You are correct, both video and audio recording are NOT allowed during the Tour. However, still photography is encouraged! Many guests have taken unusual photos of possible paranormal activity during the Tour...

    Just like a concert or a play, video recording of the Tour is not allowed due to copyright laws.

    Of course, before and after the Tour, you can video tape the area and locations to your heart's content. =)

    Please don't hesitate to contact me directly with any questions. =)

    Julia
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    Old Town Julie Brown
    Tours of Old Town
    (505) 246-TOUR
    www.ToursOfOldTown.com

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