Had a great time on the tour and witnessed many orbs after looking at our photos. This one was at the William & Mary campus.
- Zoe & Cory from NC

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11. Tuesday, September 09, 2014

This picture was taken in the day time we had finished tour and no one was in the house at this time. We were going through our pictures and found this picture of the woman in the window. This was the Randolph House in The beginning of June 2014.
- Dana from IN

12. Sunday, September 07, 2014

Went out for a ladies night and did this Ghost tour! LOVED it. This image of my friend is really creepy. The whole picture is clear, except for around her face. In another picture, it's got the same light/blur in the same spot.
- Angela L. from VA

13. Saturday, September 06, 2014

We went in beginning of June 2014. My family toured Randolph House during the day. Nothing happen out of the ordinary until i reviewed our pictures and this is one of the strange photo we found. We were taking pictures out side of the home after a tour and no one was in the home at the time. Not sure what to think of this.
- Dana from IN

14. Saturday, August 23, 2014

My wife, 2 girls of mine and myself took the tour the last nite of our VA vacation on Friday, August 15, 2014. Heidi was a fantastic tour guide as was amazed to learn her husband was originally from our home town on Long Island. But enough of the small world story. The tour was educational yet mysterious. It all culminated at the end of the tour when another family on the tour with us showed Heidi and us a picture they took over the wall of the Bruton Parish Church, toward the cemetery, an area where I tried to walk my 7 year old over to but she wanted nothing to do with it. On his camera was what appeared to be a green transparent image of a pair of children's lets sitting next to the white monument where the skeletal faces are clearly visible - this green image still has me puzzled - I hope this family posts the picture - I wish I had taken a picture of his actual picture. Can't wait until girls get older and we can go back for the Extreme Tour!
- John Kohn from NY

15. Friday, August 22, 2014

Carter was a great tour guide but I was hoping to go into some houses plus it was very hot and humid but besides that it was a nice tour
- james from VA

16. Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The tour was great. Our guide kept it interesting for the large age variations in our group. This pic shows the one random orb. I have another pic that when you blow it up you can see several ethereal figures but it won't let me upload. Really wish I could. Great time....totally worth the money.
- Danielle from VA

17. Monday, August 18, 2014

My husband and I took your tour on Aug. 14, 2014 while we were on our honeymoon. This picture was taken on the campus of William and Mary. This is the building where they taught and housed the Indian boys. This was an amazing tour. Our guide was Sandy and she did an outstanding job. We sill definately be back again.
- May from VA

18. Sunday, August 17, 2014

Took the extreme tour in July 2014 and took this picture next to Bruton Parrish Church. You can see the figure on right side of picture. If you look closely, you can see an outline of a colonial type hat on the figure's head. Also, the day before my family and I were in a pub close to this church (on same street) and my teenage daughter was drinking a soda out of a pint size glass and was 3/4 finished with it when it just shatters in her hand. She did not bump it and it shattered into small little pieces like safety glass will do on a car.
- John Ivey from NC

19. Saturday, August 16, 2014

Had an awesome experience!!
- Karen Sponaugle from WV

20. Saturday, August 16, 2014

My wife and I took the Extreme Ghost Tour with Clare on August 14th 2014. I took a lot of pictures and got a couple of things. The first is the face in the upstairs middle window(lower left panel) one the scariest moments of the night was something from this world. We were walking along in the dark and a sheep bleeted out and scared everyone half to death.
- Harvey Sponaugle from WV

colonial girl with candlestick