Evening tour exploring Glasgow's Victorian murders and myths
For two (£12) or four (£24)
Tales of grisly deaths, tainted love and the Human Crocodile
Led by guide in period garb
Lasts around 50 minutes
Starts at Blythswood Square
The Fine Print
**Validity:** Expires 25 October 2013.
**Purchase:** Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy up to 4 additional as gifts.
**Redemption:** Booking required online from 26 July at http://www.spiritofglasgow.co.uk/SpiritofGlasgow/oscommerce/catalog/index.php. 48-hour cancellation policy.
**Further information:** Valid Thu-Fri at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm. Departs from 7 Blythswood Square, Glasgow. Must sign waiver. Must present printed Groupon at time of redemption. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 19 July 2013 at 11.59am.
Spirit of Glasgow escorts groups through the macabre history of Victorian era Blythswood Square and its environs. The One Square Mile of Murder tour sees a guide in full period garb recount tales including the tainted love fable of Madeleine Smith, a sorry story involving a meat clever, the myth of the Human Crocodile and notorious Oscar's wrongful incrimination (or so he said). The tour lasts around 50 minutes, and sets off outside 7 Blythswood Square at 7pm, 8pm or 9pm on a Thursday or Friday.