We took a tour with The Ghosts of Charleston (Tour Charleston LLC). Our guide, Kyle, was a joke. To start, he never asked to see our tickets and showed up reeking of alcohol. His toes were poking out of his shoes (and no, he wasn't wearing sandals), he was disheveled, and to tell you the truth, I'm not so sure he wasn't some homeless man who decided to take over our tour. He pulled out a raggedy book and told us the stories he would tell us were in the book. He proceeded to walk us around a section of town that apparently was devoid of ghosts but he had his raggedy book to open and show us pictures of some other place where ghosts were sighted. He did share a couple of stories that pertained to ghost sightings in adjacent buildings. But more often than not, he told us about ghost stories that happened in some other part of town or which pertained to other cities entirely. Even as we stood in a graveyard he simply read the names of the deceased from the headstones, gave some nebulous tale, and told us who else was buried there...we could have done that ourselves. He made disjointed comments as if he really had no clue what to say next, and at other times seemed to recite a memorized script. But probably most disturbing of all was when he abruptly turned to the group and announced that the tour was over, though we were quite far from where the tour originated...which was where our car was parked. So here we were, 5 women abandoned in the middle of the city, in the dark, windy and cold, and he simply pointed in the directions of major streets in order to orient us. At no time did the tour information I reviewed beforehand state that the end of the tour was anywhere other than where the tour originated. I have taken ghost tours in many cities including Williamsburg, Key West, Boston, and Philadelphia, and never have I experienced a lack of regard for the patrons' safety as I did in the lovely city of Charleston, SC. This was truly one of the most boring and overall disappointing "ghost tours" I have ever been on.