I have been on many ghosts walks around London, Guilford (Surrey) and even done the odd ghost hunt. As I had never ventured to York I thought I would try the ghost walks there advertised all over the place, so before setting out I decided to have a pint and some nibbles in 'The Golden Fleece' and was asked by a young gentleman in what can be described as 1920's get up whether I fancied their tour. So having been impressed by York I thought I would support the spooky Fleece Inn.
There were only three of us which almost didn't happened as we were a small group, but our guide Joseph did the tour despite the on off rain! I was very impressed with the knowledge of our guide giving us a good idea of what happened in the past, you do take part in what happened to people when they were executed which is funny(the taking part not the poor souls who lost their lives).
Overall the tour was brilliant and different from others I have done, our guide had allot of knowledge and was quite funny, we did have a long chat with him at the end of the tour which I thought gave the evening a perfect end.
I recommend this to anyone going to York as well as chatting with your guide as they are well informed.
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