And you can hang out with those ghosts, as well as fellow fright fans, at tonight's A Haunted Evening at the Oxford. From 8 to 10:30 p.m., you'll tour scary sights of LoDo no, not cruising frat boys, but Hop Alley, where Chinese immigrants were murdered more than a century ago, and Union Station and then return for a full investigation of all the creepy corners of the Oxford, including the attic and the basement bathrooms. The festivities officially end with a reading of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death," but you can buy a special overnight package from the Oxford call 303-628-5400 and ask for room 320, known as "the murder room" if you dare.
The Haunted Evenings started Friday night and run through tomorrow; the tour costs $25, and reservations are advised. Get your spot by calling 720-234-7929. A good time is guaranteed for all, but Pharris makes no promise that you'll see a spook. "I'm open to the idea, but I guess I'm supernaturally deaf," he admits. "I haven't felt a thing there."
Oct. 27-31, 8-11 p.m.