New Orleans (August 8, 2014) - A city based on the rich history of its ancestors, New Orleans holds the secrets of all who once roamed her streets. Their stories have been preserved in the buildings of the city, waiting to be told. The Haunted Bourbon Orleans Hotel, in partnership with Gray Line New Orleans, will lift the veil that separates the living from the dead with the Second Annual Ghost Camp taking place Thursday, September 11 - Sunday, September 14, 2014, in New Orleans.

Geared towards both believers and curious non-believers, the Ghost Camp will feature well-known New Orleans Ghost Hunters and expert authors and speakers. Events will take place in the Bourbon Orleans Hotel and other areas of the French Quarter.

"New Orleans is a beautiful and mysterious place with something around every corner," says Adrienne Thomas, director of marketing for Gray Line New Orleans. "What better way to learn about our history than from personal stories of those who lived before us, and possibly still walk among us."

Ghost Camp will kick off with a welcome reception and live radio broadcast at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel, also known for its ghostly inhabitants. The event package will include a Ghosts & Spirits Cocktail Tour, Café au Lait and beignets with a Cemetery Voodoo Adventure, Ghosts of the Mississippi River cruise on the Steamboat Natchez, a Séance in the Bourbon Orleans' Quadroon Ballroom, a Spirited Scavenger Quest through the French Quarter, and intriguing Ghost Seminars and Symposium by authors, speakers, and the New Orleans Ghost Hunters. The closing events will include a Gala dinner, a Ghost Hunt in the Bourbon Orleans' Quadroon Ballroom, and a Sunday Awards Brunch.

Registration for Ghost Camp is now open through The event package is available for $500. The full package, including a three night hotel stay at the Bourbon Orleans, can be purchased for $975. Any individual event prices are listed separately online. For more information, please email or call 504-569-1465.


Gray Line Tours was established in 1910 by Mack Truck in Washington D.C. and is now one of the largest, oldest and most respected sightseeing organizations in the world. Brought to New Orleans in 1924, Gray Line New Orleans is locally owned and operated by the New Orleans Steamboat Company. Founded by Wilbur and Bill Dow, New Orleans Steamboat Company is well recognized and regarded for its contribution to the New Orleans cultural landscape and tourism industry. Since 1975, the Steamboat NATCHEZ has sailed daily offering Mississippi River cruises featuring live jazz, wonderful New Orleans Cuisine and the best view in town! Take a tour or cruise and experience part of our Southern Heritage. For more information, please call 504-586-8777 or visit