Ghost Tours and Scary Places around town

All right, so I’m not sure if you guys are aware of this, but Halloween is my least favorite.

Holiday, I don’t even really like to call it a holiday, I just think it’s creepy. It you know, I think the best part of Halloween is to see these cute little kids that get all dressed up in these cute outfits in costumes and come to the door. I really find joy in that. I think they’re adorable. And Mike and I love to get big giant candy bars and give them out. I think this year is going to be a little bit different. However, I don’t like Halloween. I just. I think it’s creepy, but I know a lot of people do. My friend Susan, who’s also an agent with, of course, a real estate, loves Halloween. Her house is very scary if you’ve never seen it. She should have a tour of her house for Halloween. It is incredible they have collected all kinds of of props over the years, and they are really scary. So, yeah, you should see that. But a couple of things that I did find that I thought were interesting in, you know, being we are up on Halloween right now is and I thought this would be a good way to kind of.

Tie in Halloween and get to know where you live, so I know that they have this in various cities, but I’m going to use McKinnie today for an example. So in McKinnie, they have a ghost walk. And we’re going to put this up on the screen right now. But this is, you know, for 15 dollars, I believe it’s 15 dollars.

You can go around and take the trolley in and hear all about these historic or haunted creepy properties around McKinnie.

And it’s quite interesting. And you’re you’re able to learn a lot about McKinnie by, you know, hearing all this history. So I thought that was interesting. And then.

You know, McKinney itself has a lot of a lot of those buildings, for some reason are haunted or ghostly or have some sort of ties of spirits. So I found that interesting. I don’t know how it all happened in the downtown McKinney area, but it did. So if you’re interested in your end to those types of things, then.

You know, maybe you want to check out this ghost walk might be interesting. One other thing I was looking through yesterday, it kind of got my mind off wondering about, wow, I never realized there were so many.

Ghostly places around this area, and I started looking in, you know, I know in San Antonio there’s a hotel that’s known to be haunted and there’s various places all around, all around the state.

But one thing that I found interesting and Stacy may be aware of this or you guys all might be aware of this, but I wasn’t. Lake Highlands High School apparently has a spirit that lives in the school, and I believe the name was Elizabeth. But yeah, so if you know anybody that tends like Highlands High School, you can see if they’ve been haunted by the spirit, Elizabeth and if you haven’t heard about it, you should check it out. It’s kind of interesting. Yeah.

So anyway, we’ve got up on the screen now, you know, more of McKinney’s history just talking about, you know, haunted tales and things like that. So if you want to get the Halloween spirit, check it out and, you know, go enjoy Halloween and dress your kids up. Cute.

The other stuff, I don’t know, so.

All right, that’s going to be it for today, you guys. That topic is closed and we are going to wrap it up. All right, so don’t forget to check us out at on our YouTube channel, Acquisto Real Estate, like us on our YouTube channel, on our Vimeo channel, and you can get daily updates and great real estate information and watch TNT, which is the best.

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