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Small-Group Tour: Ghost Adventure Tour with E.V.P. Readings

Highlights
  • Ghost tour in Jerome, Arizona
  • Hear stories of the abandoned mining town's haunted past on this fully narrated tour
  • Use specialty ghost hunting equipment to tell when spirits are near
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Small-Group Tour: Ghost Adventure Tour with E.V.P. Readings in Jerome
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8:00 P.M. DepartureMost Popular
This adventure takes you beyond a Spirit Walk or Haunted History Shuttle tour. On this 2-hour tour, you will investigate Jerome's paranormal nightlife with a trained ghost guide. Take E.V.P. readings
US$97.95
5:30 P.M. Departure
This adventure takes you beyond a Spirit Walk or Haunted History Shuttle tour. On this 2-hour tour, you will investigate Jerome's paranormal nightlife with a trained ghost guide. Take E.V.P. readings
US$97.95
10:30 P.M. Departure
This adventure takes you beyond a Spirit Walk or Haunted History Shuttle tour. On this 2-hour tour, you will investigate Jerome's paranormal nightlife with a trained ghost guide. Take E.V.P. readings
US$97.95
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Overview
Up your opportunity for spotting a spirit on this haunted tour to the abandoned mining town of Jerome. Join a guide who knows the stories and legends behind the haunts and use a specialty ghost meter to sense when spirits are near. This small-group tour is limited to eight participants and includes all equipment and multiple departure times during the day and night.
What to Expect
This haunted tour is an interesting blend of history and mystery. You will be provided with an EMF (electromagnetic field) or ”ghost" meter, and visit sites of unsolved murders, tragic accidents, and present day ghostly sightings. Your guide will present some of the most incredible accounts of the “Wild West” in Arizona, and the stories of Jerome’s most infamous characters.

You will travel to the Jerome High School closed and abandoned for years.  The group will take readings with state of the art ghost hunting equipment.  Bring cameras and batteries as the spirits you will encounter love to drain the batteries of our equipment.
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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
Very Entertaining!

We enjoyed the stories of the town and spirits. The high school is very creepy without or with spirits. :) I would love to come back and take my nephews. Thank you David!

Thank hrmiller20
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
So much spooky fun!

The whole family loved this tour. It wasn't too scary for our kids, age 7 & 9, and they loved using the equipment. David was phenomenal! We did it at sundown and it was dark by the time we got to the high school, which...More

Thank Catherine S
Reviewed 16 August 2018
Creepy Beautiful Town!

We didn't run into a lot of activity on our tour but the tour guide and the locations we visited were awesome! The high school alone was creepy enough to scare me in broad daylight! Really great experience and I'm already planning my next trip...More

1  Thank Karla C
Reviewed 15 August 2018
Worse .excursion we have ever done!

Arrive on time for are private tour (there were eight of us) and while waiting 30 mins past the scheduled time, four of us were handed one piece of equipment which was no more than a radio with alot of skip on it. We brought...More

Thank Pam H
Reviewed 31 July 2018 via mobile
Awesome evening!!

We went on the ghost hunt with David. We had an awesome time. Our girls loved it. We had action on the EVP. The cemetery and the old high school were just creepy. It was a lot of fun. Great history of the an old...More

2  Thank TribTraveler
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