Awesome tour and Tom was a great tour guide!! This was the Peyton Randolph house.
- JLo from VA

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1. 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

2. Sunday, December 28, 2014

Here is follow up post with a cropped image... again if you look at the center window (zoom in) there is what looks to me to be a kids face in the 2nd pane from the right, 2nd row from the bottom.
- Mike from VA

3. Sunday, December 28, 2014

Took the original tour on 12/26 with Clare. She did a great job and kept the tour engaging and informative. We loved it and plan to do it again the next time we are in town. We got a few pics that had the 'myst' and some 'orbs' that others have shown but to be honest, my take is that ours were a function of the flash, temperature or dust in the air etc. We did get one picture that was interesting. This was of the W&M building where they kept Indian boys. (across the green from the presidents quarters) If you look at the center window (zoom in) there is what looks to me to be a kids face in the 2nd pane from the right, 2nd row from the bottom. Again could just be my take or an odd reflection, but I didn't see it until I zoomed in. I'll try to post a cropped pic here next.
- Mike from VA

4. Sunday, December 28, 2014

We did the xtreme tour with Clare on december 27th. Clare was a very entertaining story teller and did a great job. This photo was taken near the jail...it looks like something is trying to get warm near the outside fire out. My family had a blast and I would recommend this tour to anyone who like ghosts stories and history.
- brittany stasko from NY

5. Sunday, December 21, 2014

A little girl caught this photo on our ghost tour Dec 20 2014. This is not photoshopped at all. The house was the only thing visible to the human eye when this photo was taken. There is no chance that a dressed employee walked by our entire group would have witnessed it. This was sent to my phone minutes after she took the photo. This is a 100% genuine photo. This photo was taken infront of the Wythe House. We were told by our tour guide that this was the worrier spirit (an African American slave). This was the BEST ghost walk I have ever been on and I have been on many. Our tour guide was fantastic! She was very personable, nice, and ready to answer all of our questions. She made time to look at our photos! I HIGHLY recommend this ghost walk!
- 12/20/2104 from VA

6. Sunday, December 21, 2014

Stationary Green Orb above the Wythe House, not a reflection of any near lighting or flashes.
- LWalter from VA

7. Thursday, November 13, 2014

I took the tour with a group tonight - Nov. 13, 2014 - my phone also had about 40 percent power when it went haywire and rebooted like I have never seen it do. Then, I found this image that I am not sure what it could be...creepy?
- Jamie from FL

8. Saturday, November 08, 2014

My wife, 2 girls and myself took the tour on our last day of our VA vacation, on Friday, August 15, 2014. Heidi was our tour guide and was quite amazed to learn that her husband was originally from our hometown of Massapequa Long Island. But enough of the small world story. The tour was very educational yet so mysterious. It all culminated at the end of the tour when another family on the tour showed both Heidi and our family a picture that they had taken over the cement wall of the Bruton Parish Church, toward the cemetery. During the tour I had tried to get my 7 year old daughter to peek over the wall if I lifted her up but she wanted nothing to do with it. The picture they showed us showed the white monument where earlier we could clearly see the 2 skeletal heads but this picture had what appeared to be this green transparent figure of a pair of child's legs sitting next to the monument. It was simply incredible and I hope this family posts this picture - and I wish I had taken a picture of that picture. Can't wait to visit again and take the Extreme Tour!
- John from NY

9. Sunday, November 02, 2014

Taken at the Randolph Peyton House. I see something, but you need to find it for yourself. Curious if you see it too...
- Amie from MD

10. Wednesday, October 29, 2014

We took the extreme tour in July 2013. Absolutely loved it. After the tour was over we continued to walk around and take pictures on our own. This pic was taken in front of Looney Lucy's house. This was the first of many tours like this we have done and will do in the future. So much fun! Tour guide was great.
- Lynsie Y. from IN

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