We really enjoyed this tour. The guide covered many great stories as well as provide detailed history on the Williamsburg location itself. I did notice two interesting pics. This one is at the W&M campus building. I will send another for reference and the last of an interesting shot at the Wythe house.
- Chad from VA


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51. Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The day after our Extreme Ghost Tour we decided to tour the inside of the Peyton Randolph home. While waiting for the next tour I decided to snap a few random shots of the upstairs windows. Once inside I took a picture of a mirror that is original to the home. I'm really glad I didn't look at these pictures until after the inside tour. July 2015
- Angie E. from PA

52. Tuesday, October 27, 2015

My son was celebrating his 11th bday while we were in Williamsburg and wanted to go on the extreme tour! So I went with him and the tour was incredible!! This picture shows the best shot of our night! The picture I took before this one shows nothing then all of a sudden a GIANT streak goes over the house! As you can see it is as big as the windows of the house and right over the roof. Pretty awesome!
- Lisa from NY

53. Saturday, October 24, 2015

I took my kids on the Extreme Ghost Tour in July 2015. This is a pic in front of the Gaol during the tour.
- Angie E. from PA

54. Monday, October 19, 2015

My family and I took this same tour 2 years ago and captured apparitions then, so we had hoped for the same again this round. We have done other ghost tours and this one is by far superior to them all. Love the history and testimonials from the guides themselves. Hope I get a chance to come back! This girl was captured at the Patton Randolph house
- Charity and Scarlett from KY

55. Monday, October 19, 2015

Sometimes our guests capture pictures of real ghosts on our tours and send them to us to upload on our website. This picture was taken on my Extreme Tour on 10/17/15 and texted to me by a guest. She said, \'Hi Clare... This is the picture my step daughter took on her iPhone last night in front of Randall Payton\'s house...\' As an Extreme Tour guide, nothing makes me happier than feedback like this! A picture is worth a thousand words. Clare the Tour Guide
- Clare, Extreme Guide with MGT from VA

56. Tuesday, September 22, 2015

My family and I went to Williamsburg back in early August. We decided the best way to end the night was with a ghost tour. This picture was taken at the Peyton-Randolph house. I had taken pictures before this and in two of them, this 'face' was present. I thought maybe it was just something on the window that resembled a face, but in the previous pictures, it was higher up and also tilted. I was able to catch a lot of pictures on the tour, but this, to me, is the coolest one. I definitely recommend this ghost tour to anyone and look forward to going back myself!
- Blair Hartless from VA

57. Saturday, September 19, 2015

Someone walking with there arms straight out in front of them!
- Buddy Shearin from NC

58. Saturday, September 19, 2015

If you zoom in, you can see a child\\\\\\\'s face in the top right window on the right side!
- Michelle Shearin from NC

59. Sunday, September 13, 2015

I took my three kids on the ghost tour last night and they are still talking about how much they enjoyed it. Our guide was deb- she was awesome! The stories were interesting, informative and engaging. I was a little worried about the kids being board - no, they want to go again tonight! We are definitely going to make this a family tradition.
- Bgreen from VA

60. Saturday, September 12, 2015

My husband and daughter (16 yr old) and I recently went on the Extreme Ghost Tour and loved it! Don was our tour guide. He is a natural story teller, taking us on a journey back in colonial history and letting us in on some pretty cool findings about ghost activity. We got to take pictures but i didn\\\'t have my camera...it didn\\\'t matter. It was so enjoyable I want to gather up my friends and take another tour with Don. tell him thanks!
- Gina Williams from VA

colonial girl with candlestick