Later, when we were all back in the hearse about to depart, Bret pointed to the windows of the room where Captain Flint, made famous in Treasure Island, stayed. Just as the hearse was leaving the parking lot, a woman in the back pointed out that the curtain in the front window wasn’t open when we were all looking up, but that it was now open.
Were these paranormal experiences? Or, were these just unusual coincidences?
Clausi tells me he’s heard so many stories like mine, and has had multiple passengers ‘sense’ things, that he doesn’t doubt there are explanations beyond our understanding.
Will scary things happen on the tour?
Clausi says, he’s oblivious to spirit activity, but others tell him they sense or experience things. He also says it’s fun when folks on the tour share their digital images; often they’ve captured something with their camera their eyes missed.
Is it a good value?
Absolutely. Hearse Ghost Tours is reasonably priced and a fun way to tour Savannah. $17 for adults and $10 for kids 10 and under. They accept credit cards, but cash is easier, and tips are encouraged. It’s also the number-one ghost tour in Savannah so you’ll want to book ahead of time.
Is it kid-friendly?
The tours aren’t scary, but use your discretion and take into account the child’s age and personality.
Do I believe in ghosts?
I’m not sure, but I do believe Hearse Ghost Tours is a fun and unusual way to learn about Savannah, Georgia.