Phantom Activity on the Political Stage
Did you know the United States capital is a hotbed of unexplained ghost activity?
A look beyond the museums, monuments and historical landmakrs of Washington D.C. reveals a long history of unexplained activity in America's capital. As one of the most iconic cities in the world, Washington D.C. has been the site of immense strife, violence, and tragic events whose imprint has seeped below the surface of its illustrious grounds.
"Spooky as hell! Went on the tour on Halloween and I can honestly tell you, I had nightmares that night."
What is the DC Ghosts of the Capital City Tour About?
Meticulously researched and investigated, the Washington, DC Ghost Tour is based on historical references and local legends that will chill you to the bone. Prepare to be both fascinated and frightened as expert guides escort you on a spine-tingling exploration of the most haunted locations in D.C. From disembodied cries of despair at a historic hotel, to a collection or restless spirits at some of the country's iconic landmarks, encounter the most legendary haunts and terrifying tales in America's capital city.
What You Will See on This Tour:
Explore D.C.'s most haunted locations and legendary site's, including:
- The unexplained activity at Blair House
- The wailing spirit of the Hay-Adams Hotel
- The phantom resident of the Decatur House
- The ghostly mourners at St. John's Episcopal Church
- And so much more...
Professional storytellers will share eerie tales of Washington D.C.'s hauntings, history, and legends that add a touch of terror to its historic structures. Be thrilled and chilled during your jaunt among the city's most haunted places, where you are likely to encounter some unexplained sensations, ghostly apparitions, or disembodied voices while on your journey.
Join us as we take a peek beyond the official historical record of Washington D.C. and discover a cadre of restless souls and legendary spirits who refuse to be forgotten.
"In the spirit world, there is no time as we know it. Past and future do not exist. All "time" is now."
James Van Praagh
Meeting point address: Treasury Building, intersection of 15th Street NW and F Street NW
Duration: Approximately 1 hour across 1 mile
Parking: We recommend parking near the Treasury Annex, or using public transportation. To see parking options, click below:
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February 4th 2024
"John was the best! Enjoyed his presentation!"
February 4th 2024
"Very interesting and entertaining!! Well done John!"
February 3rd 2024
Please arrive to the designated meeting location before your tour’s start time, or they may leave without you! Your email confirmation will verify map and meeting location.
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This tour is a walking tour.