Connect with the spirits that rattle through Williamsburg’s historic home, taverns, and graveyards on an evening ghost and witch tour. Walk through lamplit streets on the way to the old town jail and a family cemetery as a costumed guide brings to light chilling tales of paranormal sightings, piracy, colonial conspiracies, and sorcery. Hear stories of Blackbeard’s headless body and Virginia’s deadly witch trials of the 17th and 18th centuries as you dare to explore the most haunted corners of Williamsburg.
Take an eerie stroll through the dark evening streets of colonial Williamsburg on this top-rated ghost walking tour. Follow your costumed, in-character guide through the shadowy lanes and squares by candlelight, and discover the sinister side of this historical town. Stop to see haunted houses, burial grounds, and other spooky sites as your guide tells tales of 18th-century ghosts, skeletons, apparitions, and secret vaults and tunnels.
The only ghost tour in the world based on the first ever photo-study of ghosts! Real ghost photos, featured in the books Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, Parts 1 & 2, are shown at each stop on a large computer notebook (Samsung Galaxy). Guides will point out the exact location around or in the house or building where the photo was taken and encourage travelers to take their own photos. Tour guides will give relevant historical information pertaining to the haunting as well as personal stories encountered by the book's author and others, including interpreters and security guards from Colonial Williamsburg. Travelers will be given choices about where they would like to stop based on their interests--no tour is ever the same! The East Tour starts at the Capital and continues down Duke of Gloucester Street to the Courthouse of 1770 and walking across the Market Square to the last stop--Williamsburg's most haunted: Peyton Randolph House.