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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81. Friday, August 01, 2014

My friend and I had a fun time on the extreme ghost tour. It was full of interesting stories and also some historical truths. We found the Peyton Randolph house so creepy that we decided to walk back alone when the tour was over around 1am. As we stood outside, we kind of made a few jokes and tried to take pictures. I heard three knocks from the house and saw something white going across the street and disappeared. I asked if she saw it and she said no. We stood there for a few more minutes and I laughed and said lets make a snapchat. As soon as I said that, there were the three knocks again, but louder this time. It was terrifying .
- Angela from VA

82. Thursday, July 31, 2014

This tour was AWESOME!!!!!! Our tour guide Carter did an excellent job of giving us the history of Williamsburg and history of the houses we went to. The ghost stories were awesome, we didn\\\\\\\'t get to see ghost but would definitely do his tour again. Would definitely recommend this tour.
- Janette from SC

83. Sunday, July 27, 2014

7/26/14 From the street you can see the prison!
- Ryan C from NJ

84. Thursday, July 24, 2014

Took the 8:45 tour and had many pics with many orbs. Looking forward to taking the Extreme tour this fall.
- Tim Knoll from VA

85. Tuesday, July 22, 2014

My daughter, her friend and myself took the extreme tour on the evening of July 19. Jim was our great guide. My regular camera caught a lot of orbs, not sure if ghostly or dust, but wouldn't get anything on the Randolph house, just black darkness. Lagged behind the group so I could catch without everyone else's flashes...and used my galaxy Note phone camera and got this wispy view when aimed at the Randolph house. Needless to say when I looked at the pic, I high-tailed it to catch up with the group!!! Awesome good time, definitely could feel something in the air that night!!
- Kelly Gargiulo from NY

86. Sunday, July 20, 2014

The tour was great, it was cool to hear about some the paranormal activity that happens in such a historical city. This picture was one of the last pictures I took of the night, it was taken in in front of what our tour guide called the 'death house', it was our last stop on the tour, and was we started walking back, I decided to hang back to take on last picture (without the flash on this time) and as I was looking through my pictures later this one caught my eye, it looks like what appears to be a soldier wearing a hat and a sash, which I believe what they wore in that era, and you can see a face, but you can't make out any features on the face. It gave me the chills the when I saw this for the first time.
- Amanda from DE

87. Sunday, July 20, 2014

I had a great time, so much history to the place, and to be able to tour it at night and hear about some of the paranormal activity that goes on was so cool. This picture was the last picture I took of the night, we were walking away from out last stop, our tour guide called it the death house, it\'s the most haunted house in Williamsburg, and I was in the back of the group and I decided to turn around and take one last picture without the flash on. As I was looking through the pictures later, I noticed this one, and if you look you can see what appears to look like a solider, you can see the hat, and the sash they would wear, and you can see a face but you can\'t make out any features on the face, I\'m not sure what the glowing light in front of him is, because I didn\'t have the flash on. I do know that it wasn\'t anybody in the group, because I was the trailing in the back, and I know that there are no actors during this tour.
- Amanda from DE

88. Sunday, July 20, 2014

My family and I took the Extreme Ghost tour on July 17 with Claire, who was fabulous! The tour was so much fun, but also very spooky. This particular photo is of the left side of the Peyton Randolph house. Every picture I took of the house was completely black except this one. In the bottom left window of the house there is a light glowing and if you zoom in, there is what appears to be someone sitting and looking out the window. This window was dark when I was looking at it from the street. Claire thought it might be the shrew. Very spooky! I had goosebumps the whole time I was in front of this house.
- Alison from MO

89. Saturday, July 19, 2014

This picture was taken at the house where the two slaves were found buried in the backyard.
- Tiffany McDonald from DE

90. Monday, July 14, 2014

Took the tour tonight. Had a great time with my family. Took a picture of old courthouse and there was know lights on and my phone caught this strange light appears on the pic
- Chris Taylor from NC

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