Amazing and fun!.
I am not a necessarily a ghost believer, but I'm definitely an enthusiast of of history and the
macabre. For our anniversary, my fiance and I attended the SF Ghost Hunt and we were thoroughly delighted. Our tour guide was witty, insightful, and completely entertaining. We had a wonderful and romantic evening and would recommend this tour to anybody, skeptic or believer.
Well worth the $20!.
I went on this ghost hunt on May 9, 2008. It was very entertaining and informative. The guide was great. And the bonus, when I got home, I actually had a couple of pictures with orbs on it. Real ghosts? Who knows but the spots aren't on all the pictures and they moved around on the picture. I had one picture with 8 orbs on it.
Well worth the price of admission!
Get spooked by the city's past on this good-time ghost tour..
Just waiting around in the lobby of the Queen Anne Hotel (known for its frequent supernatural sightings) has raised more than a few neck hairs. But if that doesn't do it, following seasoned ghost hunter, Jim Fassbinder, on a nighttime journey through San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood surely does.
Fassbinder's eccentric personality and incredible knowledge of all things otherworldly in San Francisco make him the perfect ghost-hunting guide. Decked out in his leather trench coat and trademark top hat, he leads a two-hour walk through notorious haunted spots, weaving tales of the deceased with local history. Entertaining for children older than 8 and adults, he breaks the tension from his tales of suspense (which are based on documented research) with frequent magic tricks.
Fun, Fun, Fun.
This was worth more than 20 bucks! If you can look past the silly tricks, your in for ghost tales, sight seeing, a little SF history, some laughs and maybe even a super natural experience. I was in SF for a week and I had the most fun on the Hunt.
Bring your Jacket!
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