For the first time ever folks now have the opportunity to tour famous buildings in Little Rock and North Little Rock for a glimpse at what some call "haunted" locations.
Friday's at 7 p.m., just as it is starting to get dark, ghost hunters gather at the Arkansas Museum of Military History. From its beginnings as an arsenal in the 1800's there have been stories of ghost and encounters.
"A lot of people died here, so a lot of them were buried in this area," says Linda Howell, owner of Haunted Tours of Little Rock. "We also had the first autopsy in Little Rock performed here as well as the hanging of David O. Dodd."
A trolley ferries people from each haunted spot. The two-hour long tour ends with a paranormal group who show off their equipment and videos of their accounts.
For more information on Haunted Tours of Little Rock and tickets, click here.