Dead of the Night Ghost Tours
There is a reason the oldest cities in the country are said to be the most haunted. The paranormal energy of a location is magnified with time and no place is older or more full of history than New England. Experience the spooky paranormal legends, history, sights, and sounds of Plymouth, Massachusetts with the Dead of the Night Ghost Tour. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough, or unfortunate enough, to see one of the famed specters as you walk through the cemeteries dating back to the 1600s or down one of the oldest streets in the country around Town Square, said to have been cursed by King Philip.
For the curious but cautious crowds, take the Daytime History tour or for children, the daytime ghost hunting classes with Children’s Ghost Hunting 101. For those who are more adventurous and daring, go on the famous Twilight Lantern tour or the Sunset Cemetery tour and see the cemetery holding the original Mayflower Plymouth pilgrims. Combination tours including two haunted houses are available. This tour company is the only one that goes into known haunted houses. Or stay overnight in the Captain Taylor House where you can film three rooms to try and catch the phantom said to remain in the 1725 home. Each tour is at least one hour long though most last for two hours.
The paranormal is fascinating simply for its mystery and imagination even for the biggest of skeptics. As humans we long to look into the unknown and into the Great Beyond, to see what is behind the proverbial curtain. Bring your adventurous groups down to the Dead of the Night Ghost Tour and marvel at the history, stroll through the cemeteries at dusk, and carry lanterns through cursed cobblestone streets. Ghost sightings are not guaranteed but not unheard of so keep your eyes and ears peeled for the clanking of chains and spirits come back to haunt the living!