Had a great time on the tour and witnessed many orbs after looking at our photos. This one was at the William & Mary campus.
- Zoe & Cory from NC

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61. Tuesday, June 25, 2013

While I had a crappy cell phone camera with me and didn't get a great picture, I had to come here and leave a testimonial about our fabulous tour guide, Rick. Not only did he tell very impressive historical ghost stories, but he interacted with our group on a personal level. He included nearly every person on the tour with some part of the tales. While I wouldn't recommend walking the tour after hours at Busch Gardens (Wow did my feet hurt), I would recommend this tour for a different and spookier side of Williamsburg. So definitely give it a try and make sure to ask for Rick's tour group.
- Jessica H. from WV

62. Saturday, June 22, 2013

I took this picture hoping to find an orb in between the houses. I got much more, there is a lady in the right window. Blown up, she is quite clear - awesome!
- Colonial Lady in the right window from TX

63. Friday, June 21, 2013

Taken on tour last april. Standing on a field between two streets. Was a story about a red headed woman visiting who died. I began snapping pictures with no flash, was only one taking pictures at time . Between reviewing my pictures I came across this ..
- t. macrobbie from MA

64. Monday, June 17, 2013

Clare was an amazing tour guide. These pictures were taken in front of the Peyton Randolph House. I was taking pictures with my phone and this orb was suddenly in my face and I had the worst cold chill ever.
- Shannon from MD

65. Friday, June 07, 2013

I took this picture inside of one of the jail cells at the jail house in the Colony. If you look closely you can see two figures sitting against the wall. The one on the right is more defined than the one on the left if you enlarge the image. I took this picture during day light hours the day before I took the Ghost walk. I was hoping to get more interesting pictures during the walk but my battery died (No pund intended) before the tour started. However, I really enjoyed the tour. Intertaining, fun story telling, some are creepy but not too scary for children. This picture was taken July 2012.
- Mark Francis from CA

66. Sunday, May 26, 2013

This picture was taken on May 13, 2013. It was the beginning of the tour and the sun had not set yet. If you look at the upper floor second window on the right, you may see what appear to be 'faces' looking out the window. We had a great time on the tour!
- The Brafferton from OK

67. Sunday, April 28, 2013

Taken during the Ghost Tour April 11, 2013 (unedited from a cell phone) in front of the William Wythe home. I tried loading this 5 previous times and each time it was a 'Fatal Error.' This time I downloaded from a different computer. The phone picture was auto-named '0413131311.' Just saying-there were 13 suicides in this house (per our Guide). I don't know much else about the history of the house.
- Sharon A from OR

68. Saturday, April 27, 2013

Not sure of the building, it was the part of the tour when Ben was talking about the eccentric Lucy. Looks like a face in the window!
- Seth Tate from VA

69. Saturday, April 27, 2013

These windows were not lit up when I took the picture. Taken on Duke of Gloucester street, not sure of the building.
- Seth Tate from VA

70. Saturday, April 27, 2013

4-27-13: Taken in front of the Wren Building. No lamps where the lights are, and my mom wasn\'t moving. Nothing else in the picture is moving or blurry!
- Seth Tate from VA

colonial girl with candlestick