Victorians of the late 19th century had wild notions about the passage from life to death, and were fascinated by mystery and illusion. Belief in ghosts and spirits was common and superstition abounded. Hear several Cape May ghost stories as you travel Cape May by trolley, along with strange stories from Victorian Cape May history that are macabre, mysterious or just plain weird. Then visit select rooms in the 1879 Physick House Museum and learn about the famous Harry Houdini who captivated Victorian audiences with his intricate escapes,Ionia, a Belgian beauty called the Goddess of Mystery, who Victorians worshipped for her spectacles of magic, and many more famous Victorian masters and mistresses of illusion. Begins & ends at the Washington Street Mall Trolley Stop.