My Aunt is visiting Boise this week from Atlanta and has only been here once before, which was a disaster. My entire family caught an awful stomach bug the day after she got here and she spent the rest of her trip taking care of all four of us. Luckily, she never got sick, but I don't remember much of her time here and when I finally woke up feeling better, I was told she left the day before. Yea, I missed an ENTIRE day somehow.

So, for this trip, I was determined to make sure that we all stayed healthy and could explore Boise just as I had hoped we would the first time.

We've done a lot of shopping, walking, and driving to show her around the Treasure Valley.

We visited Table Rock on Sunday and tonight we are going to the Morrison Center to see Theresa Caputo, the Long Island Medium

Saturday night, we knew we wanted to do something fun and different. I heard about the Halloween Trolley Tour from Boise Trolley Tours, so we looked it up and booked a pair of seats.

The trolley picked us up at the parking lot across from Joe's Crab Shack around 8 p.m. that night. We bundled up knowing it was going to be a little chilly with the open air trolley moving through the streets of downtown Boise.

Our tour guide and driver, Tom, was amazing! He was so funny and his storytelling was incredible. We drove past many known haunted locations in Boise as he told us the chilling stories. There were two stops during the tour that allowed us to get out and explore the area, the Pioneer Cemetery and the Old Idaho Penitentiary. We walked around and took pictures to see if we could see anything creepy. One of the women on the tour with us saw a creepy face in one of her photos at the cemetery. I didn't get anything other than a few falling leaves, but it was such a great night out and I'm so glad we did it!

HERE is a list of their upcoming tours for the season with a few added events as it gets closer to Halloween.