Friday, August 24, 2012

Ghost Tour


Recently, Greg and I had a frightfully delightful time on a local ghost tour in historic downtown Columbia, Tennessee.

                                               On the Court House Steps

The tour was short, sweet (and scary!), and to the point.  By using the word "short," I really mean the perfect amount of time of over an hour.  (We have been on some tours that were so long that we got bored and wished they would just hurry and end.  Once, it got so late that we decided to leave early.)  The tour had just enough history mixed in with the ghostly tales to make it interesting.

Our very professional tour guide was Adam Southern, accompanied by his wife, Kayla.  Both were dressed in Civil War garb which added a nice touch. 

We met at the court house which is supposed to be the most haunted place in the whole area.

There were plenty of tales of murder and mayhem.  Adam also told of his own personal experiences such as his encounter with the lady in white.  Strange things have even happened during the tour itself several times.

Since Adam works at the library, he has researched the ghostly goings-on in the town very thoroughly.  (The library was also one of the ten places featured on the tour.)

The only spirit photograph that we took on the tour was one that showed a small orb near the door of one of the buildings.

All in all, it was a memorable evening, reasonably priced, that I would highly recommend to anyone who likes to "walk on Columbia's dark side," as it says on the tour info.

Columbia Ghost Tour
Columbia, Tennessee
(931) 626-8368

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Thanks for visiting!  Until next Saturday, Becky

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