We had a great time on this tour. Very educational. Our guide was a good story teller. He our group of 9 and 10 year olds interested. I learned a lot about where sayings come from and it was very cool. Like why we call our feet dogs! I can't remember the guides name but this is him with my son.
- Rachel from SC


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1. Wednesday, April 08, 2015

This was a great tour! It was chilling but still family friendly. It's alot of walking but but totally worth it.
- Sadie Loyd from NC

2. Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Rich was such a great storyteller and very entertaining.
- Juliana from NJ

3. Sunday, April 05, 2015

I was taking the ghost tour on April 1,2015 and I figured it would be fun to get some pictures of some ghost. The photos I got I did not see with my eyes but it was in the photograph. I got 2 of them I will post both of them.
- ghost face from WV

4. Sunday, April 05, 2015

I was taking the ghost tour on April,1 2015 and I figured it would be fun to try and get a picture of some ghost.I did not see this with my eyes but it was in the photographs I was taking of the church on the way back.
- Jesse Payne from WV

5. Saturday, April 04, 2015

My boyfriend and I took the Thursday 8pm tour with Claire. On our first stop on the W&M campus, I kept taking pictures one right after another with my boyfriends Samnsung Note 4 phone. Something was drawing me to that house. I'd take several in a row then look to see if I got anything but I didn't see anything. I was kinda bummed bc I thought I'd get an Orb or something. When I was checking them out this morning, the second pic, I saw something standing on the bottom left side of the steps. I immediately looked at the other pics in the group, esp the ones before and after that pic bc I knew it was possible that someone was walking by. Nothing. It was there, then it was gone. The only thing I've done to the pic was crop it so the figure at the bottom left side of the steps can be seen better.
- Elizabeth Stewart from VA

6. Thursday, April 02, 2015

Last photo on my camera before my phone died. If you look closely at the brightest spot in the picture, at the top right, you can see the face of an old woman wearing a bonnet. Just sayin'
- Jeff from VA

7. Saturday, March 28, 2015

I was taking the ghost tour, and I figured it would be fun to try and get an orb on camera. I started taking pictures with flash. At the end of the tour, I reviewed all of the images and found one that caught my eye. Two blurs moved. It couldn't have been a bug because it's too cold out. It's not snow or rain because we all would have known the weather conditions. It was a cool and clear night. There is no reasonable explanation for this. Interesting!
- Abby from OH

8. Friday, March 27, 2015

Went on the Extreme Ghost Tour tonight with my son. Our guide was Carter. Carter was a great story teller. I would definitely go again. We did not see anything tonight but enjoyed it nonetheless. I would recommend this tour to anyone that enjoys good stories. After all they are a written part of history.
- R Howell from NC

9. Friday, March 27, 2015

Went on the Extreme Ghost Tour tonight. It was a very entertaining tour. My son and I had a great time. The stories were great and informational as it is written history. Our guide was awesome his name was Carter. He kept our attention and was an awesome story teller. Definitely would go again.
- RD Howell from NC

10. Wednesday, December 31, 2014

We were there on July 14 or 15 when we took the tour. Very interesting indeed. When we were at the Peyton-Randolph House, a black cat ran out from behind it in the middle of the story.
- Megan from VA

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