Go on a Spooky Drive-Thru of Concordia Cemetery on the Night Before Halloween
Devil's Night. The night before Halloween.
Those who believe in the paranormal consider it one of the spookiest nights of the year because it's believed the veil between our world and the spirit world is thinned, and the spirits come out to roam among the living.
And you can’t find a more spirit-filled location than a graveyard that’s been around since the 1880s. This Halloween Eve, experience Concordia Cemetery in a way you don't usually get a chance to: from your car.
Devil's Night Drive-Thru
The Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society (Ghosts915) is hosting an evening drive-thru at the historic landmark on Devil's Night, Sunday, October 30.
The lighted path will take you by some of the most well-known landmarks within the historical burial ground, like the spooky children's section with the creepy crib, and the Three Trees. Dios mio mil veces!
Three Trees is the area where Richard Ramirez, aka “The Night Stalker,” used to perform animal sacrifices. It’s said some who practice the occult continue to frequent that section because of its ties to Ramirez.
The “Devil’s Night Drive-thru” is a fundraiser to benefit the Concordia Heritage Association, the non-profit tasked with the cemetery's maintenance and preservation. Cost is $20 per vehicle. Tickets can be bought in advance and more details can be found HERE.