Naperville, IL -- This Friday, July the 13th is a lucky day for shelter animals as Diane Ladley's HISTORIC GHOST TOURS OF NAPERVILLE presents the Ghost Tails Charity Dog Walk & Ghost Tour, the second of three such charity events of 2012 to benefit the Naperville Area Humane Society. This is a special, Fido-friendly walking tour of Naperville's Historic District, where dog owners can bring their pets on the tour and enjoy the city's unique ghost stories and haunted history told by an experienced storyteller. Hunt ghosts along the way using authentic EMF "Ghost Meters", distributed free for use throughout the tour.
The Ghost Tails Charity Dog Walk & Ghost Tour begins at 8:00 PM on Friday, July 13th from Quigley's Irish Pub, 43 E. Jefferson Ave. in downtown Naperville, Illinois. Tickets are $25 per person, with $5 going to the Naperville Area Humane Society. Dogs are free. Tickets are limited and reservations are required. Be a hero to all dogs and attend this fun-filled family event whether you bring a dog or not! For more details and to book tickets,visit www.HauntedHometowns.com or call 630-978-7033.
The final Ghost Tails Charity Dog Walk & Ghost Tour of the year will be offered at the end of October.
Diane Ladley,America's Ghost Storyteller-President and Founder, is author of "Haunted Aurora" (2010 The History Press) and "Naperville's Haunted Memories"-( Formerly titled "Haunted Naperville", 2009 Arcadia Publishing).
For Details & Tickets for Ghost Tails Charity Dog Walk & Ghost Tour, visit www.Historic-Ghost-Tours-Naperville.com website.