Went into this with an open mind. Not a cheap tour, but what sucked us in was the fact that it wasn't marketed as another campy history lesson done in dramatic fashion. Just real people taking you out into the field with actual testing equipment, and letting you make up your own mind. If you go out and expect to be wowed by flying ghosts, or to have a conversation with the dead, you will be horribly disappointed. I equated it a lot to hunting....go to where experience has shown activity, and wait for the action to come to you. While it was a mostly quiet night, with only a few blips on the equipment from time to time, we took lots of picture into seemingly dark, empty woods. We captured three images of things that just cannot be explained. Jackpot! Jessica, our guide, was entertaining, and told us some tales of ghost hunts, but never led us to believe we would have a supernatural experience, but let us decide on our own. This sort of thing is not for children, most teens, drunks or those bent on proving that the paranormal doesn't exist. Just go and have fun with it...and don't forget to study those pictures!! You just never know what you may find!
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