What’s a haint?
A southernism for lost souls. This is not a traditional ghost tour, but we cover other baddie haints that skulk around town.
Book a tour to find out!
Why can’t we book a night tour?
The City of Charleston regulates where guides may lead tours. After 6 PM, we cannot lead tours into residential areas – where all the cool stuff is. Besides, there’s a ton to do in Charleston at night, like the traditional ghost tours or eating and drinking yourself into sheer bliss. No worries, I can good and thoroughly creep you out in broad daylight.
Can we book a private tour? For a time your calendar has reserved for public tours?
Absolutely! Contact me for details.
Suitable for children?
This is a family-friendly event, though not appropriate for young children because the tour requires attention and a good deal of walking. Children 9 and older, and adults of all ages, will enjoy this tour. Depending on your child, seven or eight years old may be appropriate. Use your judgment!
Is there a bathroom close by?
Public facilities are located at the tour starting point, then about an hour into the tour.
Does the tour end where we started?
Yes. I will not leave you stranded in a dark alley, alone with a haint and your imagination on fire.
Will I see a ghost?
I doubt it. Most people don’t see ghosts at any point in their lives. It’s more common to feel them, hear them, smell them. More about that on the tour.
I don’t believe in ghosts or witches or vampires. Can I just come have fun?
Heck, yeah! You’ll walk away with a solid sense of Charleston’s culture, its fears, and its humanity from the 1700s to today. That said, the most frequent comment from my guests is, Thanks for the nightmares.