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Expecting a fun tour but we were sadly disappointed with our tour guide, Captain Kirk. The voice he used was so ridiculous it had the whole group tuned out. And then we spent 20 minutes (felt like an hour) at this STUPID "House of Oddities"...More
Date of experience: October 2019
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goddog, Manager at Hearse Ghost Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago
Sorry this tour wasn't for you. This is a fun and entertaining tour, it is not a serious tour. It's for people who want to laugh and have fun. I recently read somewhere that studies show people who leave the worst rating are people who...More
What a fun ghost tour and Peg Leg Ron was the best! Riding in a hearse made it that much better while hearing ghost stories as we rode through the street of Savannah. We were seated with such a fun bunch of people and Peg...More
We knew almost as soon as it started that this was going to be a waste of money. We read the reviews before booking and thought it was going to be fun, but sadly we couldn't wait for it to be over. Our tour guide...More
Our guide took us to LePageville Memorial Cemetery and we did get out of the hearse to walk around. He did not leave us alone. My mother didn't get out of the hearse during the stop so that's an option. We also stopped at... More
Our guide took us to LePageville Memorial Cemetery and we did get out of the hearse to walk around. He did not leave us alone. My mother didn't get out of the hearse during the stop so that's an option. We also stopped at Laurel Grove Cemetery after dark. The gate was open and some guests got out to take pictures but we did not and no one makes you exit the hearse.