Meet your in-character guide in colonial Williamsburg, and set off on foot through the evening shadows. Your tour is based on well-researched ghost encounters rather than historical events, so expect to be spooked.
Follow your guide by candlelight, and hear of the bodies buried behind Williamsburg’s homes and shops. Learn about the secret vault in the cemetery and corpses under the church, and stop by the house of George Wythe, an influential American revolutionary and teacher of Thomas Jefferson.
See the house well, through which it’s said Jefferson accessed a tunnel to the vault, and hear the conspiracy theories surrounding Jefferson’s visits. Watch for Wythe at the window shutters, and continue through the streets hearing tales of Dr. McKenzie, a town apothecary involved in grisly amputations.
Listen out screams said to emanate from burial grounds under the Governor’s Palace, and stand outside empty Peyton Randolph House, Virginia’s most haunted residence.
Wait for any of the unexplained sounds and sights that some experience here, and check if your camera works before taking photos!
Finish at the town pillory, perhaps daring to put your head and hands inside the stocks. Finally, part ways with your guide, bring your tour to an end.