|Due to a high
volume of requests, we have decided to add a page for people who are
looking for "Ghost Tours" in the D.C. and surrounding areas. DCMAG
cannot guarantee that any of these tours have legitimate hauntings as we
have not investigated many of these sites. We do however like to "let
our hair down" every once in a while and just enjoy a good ghost story.
The walking "Ghost
Tour" created by Shirley Dougherty over 30 years ago is full of great
stories and fun. This is by far one of the best ghost tours I have been
on and is fairly cheap in price. I highly recommend it. For more
information, please visit their website listed above.
: Try to
arrive prior to sundown to enjoy the beautiful West Virginia scenery and
maybe a bite to eat.
This great ghost
tour located near downtown D.C. is fun for the whole family, but
remember there are 3 different ghost tour routes to choose from on this
tour. Please visit their website listed above.
try to arrive a little early as traffic and
parking can and parking can sometimes be a problem.
Another great ghost
tour to attend is in Ellicott City, Md and is considered by many
Marylanders to be one of the most haunted towns in the state. It has now
added an extra tour to it's schedule due to it's popularity. To schedule
a tour and further info, please visit their website listed above.
There are plenty of great restaurants within
walking distance, so make sure you go hungry. There are also plenty of
antique shops for those who are interested.