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I guess it is a matter of opinion or experience to those who go on such tours. I like going on them for the history that lies beneath what they are talking about. I would agree with a couple of other reviews ahead of mine....More
We did not get to visit this place,, as they won't answer their phones or return messages. We asked the Visitor's Center in Fredericksburg about them and their attitude was they offer tours when they feel like it. This was one thing we were looking...More
Fun for the family. You walk around historic Fredericksburg and hear about some of the history. The ghost stories are interesting and just spooky enough for the kids. Living here - the locals stories back up some of the ghost stories and it is true...More
You would think the title would be a beginning of a good ghost story but sadly not. Our guide, Robin, dressed in Civil War era attire, tried very hard to conjure a mood of otherworldliness but we were just rained on wet and soggy. She...More
It was a ghost tour, so maybe we expected too much, but most of the tour guides stories were just silly. She worked hard to convince people to take photos through the windows of darkened buildings, and the more gullible among us eagerly convinced themselves...More
The tour lasted approximately 100 minutes, it was an easy walk on city sidewalks with a few crossings. The guide, Gary, was very knowledgeable and open to questions. The tour taught us a lot about the area and a few potential spooks, if you believe...More