Meet your guide and small group in central Prague, and travel by air-conditioned vehicle to the northern district of Bohnice. Bring your own camera, digital recorder, electromagnetic meter, or other equipment to try and record any paranormal phenomena.
On route, hear all about the cemetery, used for deceased patients of the district’s psychiatric hospital from 1906 to 1963. The park-like graveyard houses 4,000 graves, many unmarked and wreathed in undergrowth, adding to its mystery and spook factor.
On arrival, take a walking tour of the darkness-cloaked place as your guide tells of the tormented inmates buried here, and their often inhumane hospital treatment.
Learn about strange events, including alleged satanism, and discover how the cemetery has an inexplicably high concentration of energy and electromagnetic swings despite having no electric cables or plumbing.
Become your own paranormal investigator by monitoring the temperatures and electromagnetic levels, and explore the darkest corners and chapel.
Hear about secret weapons caches and also those buried here — and rumored to lie here — including Gavrilo Princip, the gunman who triggered the First World War.
After leaving the cemetery, return to the land of the living with a drive back to the start point, where your tour concludes.