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Not scary. She had some history to go with old stories of each site. It lasted 2 hours and was a good tour, but not a scary ghost tour.
A very enthusiastic tour guide gave us plently of drama! I loved the folk story he told us with his booming and youthful voice. I really appreciate young people after I took this tour, in general. He really knew his stuff and made everybody happy and entertained. I like that it was offered at night in the dark because it made me remember playing outside in the dark when I was a youth with all the walking we did. The tour guide was a very excellent storyteller! I am pleased we talked by and the tour guide gave narration that many of the building were empty but had caretakers.
Had our own personal tour guide as just 2 of us signed up, great! Very educational and interesting.
Information/Stories were wonderful. The guide was very interested in hurrying along (a late start to wait for someone to get a drink) to keep to his schedule. He was constantly rushing us along and not caring for our walking comfort.
A routine night tour. No emotions at all. Our guide was poor but enthusiastic. It would be better if ghosts and monsters appeared.
It was a nice tour and my first ghost tour. I believe I would have enjoyed more of a history walking tour than to hear about all the deaths and ghosts. We did have a nice tour guide who was knowledgeable and friendly.
On the website it says we will see 'Haunted Movie Sets - See famous film locations from big screen thrillers such as The Sixth Sense, Shooter, National Treasure and more!' which we were never shown. I was pretty excited about that and it never happened.