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'The Ghosts of Charleston' Guided Tour from Buxton Books

  • Get special after-hours access to the haunted Unitarian Church Graveyard
  • Hear supernatural tales of Charleston you wouldn’t hear anywhere else
  • Your guide knows their way around the city—even in the dark
Ghosts of Charleston Tour
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9:30pm Ghosts of Charleston Tour
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Book this Charleston ghost tour in advance, selecting the day and time that suits your schedule. With a guide leading the way in the dark, you don’t have to worry about getting lost. Listen to a master storyteller bring to life tales of the supernatural as you explore spooky locations, including special after-hours access to a paranormal hot spot, the Unitarian Church Graveyard.
What to Expect
Your Charleston ghost tour meets near the city center. Set out with your guide as you stroll, and bring a small flashlight for ease of navigation.

Try your best not to get scared as you listen to stories about ghosts, and the city’s eerie past. Go by buildings, squares, and landmarks where former city residents used to hang out, and if you’re careful, you might notice that they’re still there—in spirit.

The main highlight of your tour is a trip to the Unitarian Church Graveyard, which is known by locals to be haunted by people who have been buried there in tombs or graves. This graveyard isn't open at night, but your tour gives you special evening access to explore.

Your tour ends at the departure point. Make sure to check in with your guide before you part ways if you aren’t familiar with the area.
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
If you like parking lots, this tour is for you.

This was not what we were expecting. I was under the impression we’d visit allegedly haunted places through the city. Instead we cut thru alleys and stopped in parking lots before making our way to the grave yard. Just strange.

Thank Anne L
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Rhett was our guide and he did a great job telling the stories and answering our questions about the city! We had a wonderful time!

Thank Shelena H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Walking tour

We enjoyed our ghosts of Charleston walking tour on Saturday night with Sean Wallis. The tour focused on the history of Charleston with some interesting ghost stories along the way. The highlight was the very spooky and dark Unitarian graveyard - more spooky when the...More

1  Thank LaurenM3947
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour!

We had Greg and he was awesome! Lots of history .... very interesting. The end of the tour was super creepy as we stood in a cemetery listening to his stories. I was impressed. Highlight of my trip! FYI... might be too scary for younger...More

2  Thank Yalsiry R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Greg was our guide and he was such a talented story teller. He made every minute of it interesting and mysterious. We learned so much about the city too. He was very concerned that we all have a good time. My husband gets bored easily...More

Thank Lynn K
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11 September 2018|
Response from Kathy3116 | Reviewed this property |
It was a slow pace and we walked about 1.5 miles
Elyna T
10 July 2018|
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Response from Joe R | Reviewed this property |
If I recall, it was about 75-90 minutes. Although some 8-year-olds are jumpy, I think this would be right in the wheelhouse of most: just a little spooky to have a thrilling sense of adventure but in a very safe setting (no... More