By: Kelly Keogh
Since 2001 Pueblo Colorado has hosted an annual historical ghost walk. This walk takes place in downtown Pueblo. The Pueblo Domestic Violence Community Task Force runs the event through Union Avenue and the Riverwalk District.
This event is held to tell stories about Pueblo’s past, using volunteer actors who portray different iconic Pueblo locals talking about the Pueblo area and historic events. The actors each have a monologue prepared that is described in a spooky, ghostly manner.
The Historical Ghost Walk tickets are used to raise money for The Pueblo Domestic Violence Community Task Force, an organization that advocates for the elimination of domestic violence in Pueblo.
The ghost walk has added friendly reminders to remember during the walk while during the current pandemic. It is required to wear a mask and stay six feet away at all times. Groups will be held with the maximum of twenty people.
Tickets will be available online only this year. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pueblo-historical-ghost-walk-tickets-119287314569?aff=erelexpmlt
The last date for this event is October 17th, 5:30-8:30 PM MDT
Check in will be located at the El Pueblo History Museum
301 North Union Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81003