Arrive at your meeting spot, the intersection of Hanover Street and Cross Street, near the Tony DeMarco boxer statue, between 5 and 10 minutes early for your 6pm departure time. With your guide and group, set out through Boston's North End in search of spooky stories and delicious pizza pie. Learn about the history of the neighborhood, which was originally settled in 1630, as you walk.
Descend into the crypts that lie beneath the city's oldest standing church, where it's said that more than 1,100 bodies are entombed. Learn about the Salem Witch Trial at Boston's second-oldest burial ground, Copp's Hill. Hear about Boston's Murder District and get chills from tales of apparitions that haunt the 17th-century Paul Revere House.
Refuel with stops to taste a slice named "One of the 500 things you must eat before you die" and pizza made in a brick oven that dates back to 1883.
After 2 hours, end your tour full of spooky tales and cheesy pizza goodness.