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Tours: Haunted Lebanon Tours are approximately 3 hours in length, depending on the tour. Public tours are available April - October each year! See schedule below for a list of upcoming dates.
Time: See Schedule Below! Most tours will begin at 7:00 p.m unless marked otherwise. We have additional tours and dates in the fall.
Prices: $25 Per Person (Haunted History Tours)
Departs: Lebanon Visitor's Center - 212 West St. Louis Street
Free Parking on Street or in Surrounding Lots After 5:00 p.m.

The Haunted Lebanon Tours, created and hosted by Len Adams, are based on Len's book, Phantoms in the Looking Glass, and is the first tour to ever explore the Haunted History of Lebanon, one of the Illinois prairie's most haunted small towns! As part of the American Hauntings Tours, Len takes you on a journey back in time for a real-life glimpse into the community of yesterday and introduces you to the former residents of Lebanon who still linger behind today!

The Haunted Lebanon Tour is based on the book Phantoms in the Looking Glass by Len Adams -- Get an autographed copy on the tour!
Join Len Adams and American Hauntings for a historic and frightening tour through one of Southern Illinois' most beautiful, and haunted, small towns. Lebanon was founded in 1804 but the culture here dates back to pre-history, as evidence by Emerald Mound, located just outside of town. Lebanon is also home to Illinois' oldest college, McKendree, which was founded in 1824. Charles Dickens, during his travels in America, stopped in Lebanon in 1842 while visiting the Looking Glass Prairie. The Mermaid Inn, built in 1830, served as his stopover point on his journey west.

Lebanon's main street stands alone as a ghost hunters' paradise. From mysterious underground tunnels to phone calls from the beyond, you'll jump between the present and the past, the living and the dead with this chilling tour! Based on Len Adams' book, the Haunted Lebanon tour is a 3-hour walking tour & spine tingling journey into the haunted history of Lebanon.

The Haunted Lebanon Tour is a historic and haunted walking tour of Lebanon's most haunted places, based on the book "Phantoms in the Looking Glass" and featuring the locations that have made Lebanon famous as "one of Illinois' most haunted small towns." Led by author Len Adams, it features stories, history, haunted places and first-hand experiences from the many ghostly spots in downtown Lebanon! Want to know what makes this picturesque town so haunted? Join us for the tour and find out!
Private Tours: Private Haunted Lebanon Tours are available for groups of 10 people or more. Private tours are available to customized to include dinner and other options. Prices start at $25 per person. Check with us about customizing your tour! Call (618) 980-1511 for availability and open dates!

Note: Alcohol is not allowed on the Haunted Lebanon Tours and any guests who appear to be visibly intoxicated will be removed from the tours. No Exceptions!

Tour Departures
Lebanon is located just 23 miles east of St. Louis along Interstate 64.  Mid-America Airport is three miles to the south and Scott Air Force Base is just seven miles southwest.  All of our tours depart from the Lebanon Visitor's Center, located at 221 West St. Louis Street. Lebanon Information, a gift shop and museum are located inside.
Len Adams

The host and creator of the Haunted Lebanon Tours is Len Adams, author of the book Phantoms in the Looking Glass and co-author of So, There I Was.. with Troy Taylor.

Len has been hosting ghost tours since 2004 (in Alton and Lebanon, Illinois) as well as ghost hunts and investigations throughout Southern Illinois. He has also appeared in a number of newspaper articles about ghosts and hauntings. He has been interviewed numerous times for radio and television broadcasts about the paranormal and has been featured for several local news broadcasts.

He has also served as a public speaker for private and public groups in St. Louis and the surrounding area. Born in St. Louis and raised in southern Illinois, Len now resides in Belleville with his wife, Kim. His current house is “ghost free” but as he says --- “there’s always hope."

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