Presented by Black Raven Paranormal
Ghostly evening tours of historic downtown Staunton, Virginia.

Looking forward to seeing you this season!      Welcome to our 11th Season!
We have recently been featured in the Daily News Leader and the News Virginian

Our aim is to provide a quality tour that blends history and hauntings.   We strive to
educate, enlighten, and entertain you with our own unique blend of the paranormal,
science, history, and local legend.

Queen City Ghost Tour -- Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm (April -- October)
Our Queen City Ghost Tour is our most popular and longest running ghost tour.   Join us for a 2 hour
tour of the Queen City by lantern where history and hauntings meet.   Mary Baldwin, James Vames,
Myrtle Knox and Jimmy Atkins all helped shape the historical and haunted landscape of our small
town since its inception in 1747.   Come hear their stories.

Stops include -- 1. Mill Street Grill, 2. Depot Station, 3. Trinty Episcopal Church, 4. Clock Tower Restaurant,
5. Suntrust Bank, 6. Mary Baldwin College and 7. Charlotte Kaufman House.

October Tours (Information Coming Soon)
Paranormal Tour featuring the Spirit Box
Dark Staunton (Haunts Inside the Depot Station)

Haunted Staunton

$13 for Adults, $7 children 6-12 years of age
Reservations Recommended 540-448-2743

We accept cash only (payable at start-up)

Tour meets in front of the new city garage, on the corner of New Street and Johnson Street across
from Mill Street Grill.   We recommend arriving on location about 15-20 minutes prior to your tour
time.   Tours leave rain or shine.   Please wear comfortable walking shoes.    Flashlights, audio
recorders and cameras are most welcome.

We suggest bringing a camera and taking many photographs, particularly at the depot station.    The
depot station is one of the more paranormally active locations in Staunton.    Past tours have yielded
disembodied voices, evps, unusual photographs and experiences of people being touched or hair being pulled.

The photograph above was captured by Debbie Arnold in 2014 at the depot station.    We strongly
believe this to be a Union Civil War soldier.   You decide?

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