If you're the type who enjoys spooks and frights of October, hop in the car and head east down I-64 for trip to the annual Victorian Ghost Walk in Louisville!

Back for its 11th year, the Victorian Ghost Walk in the Old Louisville neighborhood (between I-64 and the University of Louisville) runs October 19th through 22nd with tours taking off every 30 minutes beginning at 6:00 p.m. each evening.

The Louisville Convention Bureau describes the tour as a “theatrical experience beyond the grave,” featuring actors and actresses in costume telling the stories of real-life murder victims, including "Jennie Bowman, a young maid murdered in 1887, and Lucinda, an unhinged Louisville woman who made national headlines in 1885 when she proclaimed herself “Queen of America."

Outside the reenactments, visitors will have the opportunity to tour various residences that are reportedly haunted.

Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased online through the Louisville Historic Tours website. For more information, call 502-718-2764, or visit The Victorian Ghost Walk on Facebook.

[Source: Louisville Convention Bureau Press Release]