Alpine to Host Award-Winning Ghost Tour with a Unique Twist

Alpine, Texas is set to host its annual award-winning ghost tour on April 13th, 14th, and 15th. The unique and carefully curated tour offers a blend of local folklore, ghost stories, theater, comedy, and documented history of the region. The tour is designed to showcase the rich history of Alpine while entertaining tourists with some ghost stories from the Big Bend region.

The tours are led by Brett Scott, an Associate Professor of Communication and professional director and editor in Alpine, Texas, who spent a decade at Second City in Chicago. The tour starts at the Reata Restaurant in Alpine, Texas and includes stops at historical landmarks such as the Brewster County Courthouse, the Alpine Avalanche Building, and The Holland Hotel. According to Marjie Scott, Ghost Tour director and Chair of the Sul Ross Theatre Program & Fine Arts Department, there may even be some actual ghost sightings during the tour.

All proceeds from the tours will be donated to SRSU Theatre scholarships, making this a great opportunity for people to enjoy a night of fun and entertainment while supporting a good cause. To buy tickets for the tour, interested parties can click on the link in the bio or visit

Alpine, Texas is an ideal destination for tourists seeking unique and entertaining experiences. With its rich history, scenic landscapes, and vibrant culture, the region is a must-visit for anyone looking to explore the Big Bend region.


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