Freaky Foot Tours - Flagstaff's Premier Haunted Walking Tour
Flagstaff’s history is inextricably tied to the coming of the railroad and the town’s location along the Atlantic-Pacific railway in 1887. In the 1870s, the Anglo inhabitants of this mountain settlement were mainly ranchers and sheepherders. Northern Arizona had clean air, plenty of green grassland, water and a temperate climate–but it was also isolated by its geography. When the A-P came through–followed immediately by the lumber mill–it bought the beginnings of civilization into the area.
After a series of boxcars served as a railroad station, the current depot was built in 1926. As almost every historic building in town it’s been through several facelifts. Amtrak shares the space with the Flagstaff Visitors Center and you’re always welcome to come inside and take a look around.
When the day and time have arrived you’ll meet your group at the proper location. We ask our guests to arrive five to ten minutes early so your guide has time to greet your party and check you in. The guide will have the night’s itinerary at hand so your job is to show up in comfortable clothes and walking shoes and be prepared for whatever pops up during the tour. Several of our guests have captured orbs on phone cameras so feel free to snap away. Freaky Tours would love it if you share any images you capture and we’re working on a website where images and experiences can be shared.