This was a great tour. Our guide had a wealth of information. I had a whole new perspective when I toured Williamsburg the next morning. Plus, this tour is a great deal--$10 for a two tour.
- Robin Hartsell from VA


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151. Monday, August 26, 2013

I took this photo on the 8:30 tour on August 9. It was one of our first stops on the campus of William and Mary campus. I am still amazed at how many obvious images I captured with my cell phone camera.
- Kristi from VA

152. Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Went on the ghost tour Wednesday 21st August 2013 during my holiday from UK, reached the Randolph house and was told that the house would be difficult to photograph but still gave it a go. On review i found this figure in the bottom right window next to the main door. Photo is on edited in contrast to make it easier to see and includes annotations. Mind blowing if you ask me, didnt expect to find anything. Brilliant tour, would definitely do again
- Jack Foster from VA

153. Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Weird lights in front of a monument at the church.
- Zachary from NJ

154. Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Another very obvious image we captured on my phone on the 8:30 tour on August 9. I continue to find more as we analyze the photos I took.
- Kristi and Jim from VA

155. Wednesday, August 14, 2013

We took the tour on August 9, 2013 at 8:30. We keep finding more and more images in the photos I took. This one was taken while still light outside.
- Kristi and Jim from VA

156. Monday, August 12, 2013

We took the regular tour at 8:45pm on August 11, 2013. Was hoping for something but didn't expect what I found on my camera. This is just one of five picture I found something in. My tour guide was great and the stories were cool that even my 6 year old loved them. Great time and recommend this to anyone even if you don't believe in ghosts.
- Michael Wysocki from PA

157. Sunday, August 11, 2013

We took the 8:30 tour on Aug 9, 2013 and had many unexpected images appear mostly on the campus of William and Mary College. The tour was informative and interesting. The biggest surprise was the photo evidence we received.
- Kristi And Jim from VA

158. Sunday, August 11, 2013

When visiting our daughter in Williamsburg in 2011, we went to Bruton Parish. I happened to take a picture of the grounds with my phone. That night we went on the tour and happened to hear about the ghosts in and around Williamsburg. It wasn't until one year later that I looked closely at the pictures on my computer and happened to notice the ghostly image of a young boy at the base of where the tree meets the brick wall. On a subsequent visit I took same shot and did not capture the same image. I was told that the image could be the ghost of Mattie Whaley who is buried at Bruton Parish.
- Ghost of Matthew Whaley? from CA

159. Sunday, August 11, 2013

Sat. Aug 3rd 8pm Tour - Art, our tour guide was telling us about the Wyth House and the story... He then mentioned how a few people have captured a blue orb near his head - possible the \\\'woman\\\' in the story who wore a blue dress (don\\\'t want to spoil the story for those who haven\\\'t gone yet). Anyways... the picture speaks for itself. Looks like Art has a admirer or maybe she\\\'s just making sure he gets the story straight! This image has been cropped so it\\\'s easier to see. I am going to post more photos because they are just too eerier and interesting to keep to myself. We had a great time!
- Lynn from CT

160. Friday, August 09, 2013

August 2013 tour. Fun and entertaining. Camera is a must! You take pictures of buildings,trees, and tombstones. You listen to historical stories. Then you review your pictures and get creeped out. Fantastic pics of ghosts and spirits are plenty. Highly recommend.
- Uhl Family from PA

colonial girl with candlestick