I'm not going to ding them on their ghost knowledge. I'm sure it's spectacular. My only concern - and the basis of my review - is that in more than one telephone call asking about the "Midnight Orphanage Tour" it was never made clear that this is less tour and more lecture. Perhaps that is my misunderstanding but I truly thought I was booking a "tour" - ie. that we would be walking and moving around to tour something. Instead this is more lecture with the first half held in a room used for another show during other times. I'm not going to give anything away but this consisted of approximately 45 minutes of anecdotes and second, third, and fourth (or more) hand stories of what may or may not have been something or other - or not. Fair enough no one can "prove" ghosts but the stories were, frankly, not well told.
Once downstairs I realized that the lecture did improve.
I don't want to give anything away but suffice to say that this seems best suited for those enamored of the "ghost hunter" type television shows and equipment behind the process rather than a ghost story or "spooky" walk type experience.
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