Had great control of the kids! Kept their attention, made our day here worth it.
- Stone Valley Junior High

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1. Thursday, June 23, 2016

As I was taking a picture with a friend at the most haunted house in Williamsburg, I was shocked when my friend showed me the photo only to see the figure of a man. This figure was the upper body of a man , you could tell because of the broad shoulders. This figure is located on the bottom row, second to the left. There was no light in the house, and yet there was a background of a candlelight room with the figure.
- James Garay from NY

2. Wednesday, June 22, 2016

From our tour June 4th 2016. My son had a friend join him.
- Jodi Rummel-Lutz from PA

3. Thursday, June 16, 2016

I saw a ghost when I took this pic and it looks like he has on a suit, top hat, and a beard. This ghost seemed like he lived back in that time period.
- Maggie from LA

4. Wednesday, June 15, 2016

We had a great time on our tour. Deb was an awesome guide- very informative and fun! Us adults didn't capture anything, but the kids sure made 'friends'!
- Jodi from PA

5. Saturday, May 28, 2016

This is a great tour! The guide was knowledgeable, professional and diligent about safety. The stories are great, and I will admit to seeing something I can't explain. I'm a skeptic so I won't say it was a ghost...but I will say that it was definitely something I couldn't explain. :)
- Julie from MO

6. Saturday, May 28, 2016

April 30, 2016 on the morning Colonial tour, were were in the Peyton Randolph house, my wife was filming with the SLS camera in which she acquired quite a few anomalies in the house. The picture was of the back of the house after finishing the inside tour, looks like they are now watching us leave.
- Dick&Deb Fred'burg from VA

7. Thursday, May 26, 2016

A ghost in front of the red house. Very spooky. Its kinda hard to see.
- Brinnan Dabliff from WV

8. Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Amazing orbs at the Bruton Parish graveyard, Wythe and Peyton Randolph houses!
- Heather Paulk from VA

9. Monday, May 23, 2016

After doing a morning tour of the Peyton-Randolph house, we took a few pics from the back of the house. Appears to be a lady in white in the lower center window near the rear door. Also, may be some other faces above her also in the same window. In the upper left window, appears to be a young kid, man and woman looking out watching us leave. My wife also sees a man in the upper middle window. We toured the house with a SLS camera, full spectrum camera, and a regular digital camera and may have made the spirits to be more active since we could see them on the SLS camera. Didn\'t get to the night tour since it rained that night. Never, ever been disappointed in what you will find in Colonial Williamsburg.
- D&D of Fred\ from VA

10. Saturday, May 07, 2016

While I am one who watches Ghost Adventures and other ghost stories, I never expect to see or experience anything in real life. I went to this ghost tour, I did the Extreme Ghost Tour verses the original, and I thought it would be cool to see a few orbs or a strange light or two. I never would have thought I would have seen what I saw. The tour guide Mike was AMAZING. He has been at this for four years and I am thoroughly impressed on how into the tour he got and how interested he was in the stories he was telling. He really made the stories of the deceased come alive. While on the tour he took us to one of the very famous haunted houses, the Peyton Randolph house. While there we captured the figure of a woman that is very popular on the left hand side, and what I believe to be a man on the right hand side a panel up. The man had a top hat and you could make out the collar of his clothes, but I did not see anything else. Then while we were walking on a different street, my roommate and I both heard whistling but thought it was the bicyclists going by. But as we continued, she said she felt a stinging feeling on the back of her neck that quickly subsided. I shined my flashlight on her neck and took a picture and showed our guide, and he even said he had never seen anything like that, which looked like three finger marks on her neck. As we walked away from that spot, the EMF equipment that the guide had taken out had started going off where my roommate had said she felt the stinging. We walked to the end of the street and the EMF receiver kept pinging so we stopped to take some pictures. What I found weird was that as I had taken pictures of the lamp outside this house, there was what looked like a blue lantern next to the lamp in each of my pictures. A fellow guest had taken pictures of the same street lamp and no lantern was in her pictures, but I again took another picture and it had continued to show up. Coincidentally before I had noticed the blue lanterns our guide said he has had some reports of people seeing greenish lanterns so I showed him my pictures and he said he's never gotten blue lanterns. Honestly, I have always believed in ghosts but I've never been so sure as when I saw that lady and what happened to my roommate. It's up to you whether you believe or not, but this tour is absolutely worth seeing.
- Annabeth Binder from VA

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