Bluff City Cemetery
Owned and operated by the City of Elgin, Bluff City Cemetery is a nonsectarian cemetery that has provided the final resting place for area residents since 1889. Bluff City Cemetery’s 108-acres of well maintained grounds, bordering fen and butterfly garden provide a beautiful and peaceful setting for visitors to remember loved ones
We at Afterlife Tours, Inc. wanted to let everyone know some additional facts about Bluff City Cemetery.
This is the third cemetery in the City of Elgin. As other cemeteries ran out of space, family members were moved to a newer larger cemetery. Well at least they were supposed to have been moved. Many bodies were left gehind, and only the headstone or monument was actually moved.
Moonlit Cemetery Tours are held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through October 2019 on a limited availability. Check available dates when making your reservations.
Afterlife Tours, Inc.
Our Tradition for Giving
Afterlife Tours, Inc. is giving a percentage of every ticket sold to Bluff City Cemetery, to assist them in the preservation, and reconstruction, of this historic cemetery.
Even if you are a Skeptic, or a True Believer of Ghosts... as long as you believe that cemeteries should be apart of our heritage, and local history... please support Afterlife Tours, Inc. with our mission.
What is a Haint, Spirit, Specture, or Ghost?
It may be residual energy left over from the living body. It may be a spirit of the person that has chosen to stay behind. It may be reality of Life after Death. Or, may be that they are waiting foor Resurrection Day to Rise From the Dead..
Many Religions have different explanations to what happens to you after death. We leave it up to you to decide what Life may or may not be after Death,
$50 per person
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Pre-Planning For Your Cemetery Experience
Things you should plan and bring to a Cemetery Experience.
* Plan to arrive 15 minutes before the Cemetery Experience to check in.
* We ask that everyone be respectful of the Dearly Departed.
* NO Smoking or Alcohol is permitted in the Cemeteries.
What to Bring:
* Sturdy Walking Shoes, (as some of the Cemetery is mostly grass and dirt roads).
* Dress for the weather, (hot, cold, wet, icy, etc.).
* bug spray
* Your own Ghost Tools (if you own any),
* TIPS for the the hard working Scouts
* Finally an Open Mind.
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