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What to Expect. Your ghost tour will begin with pickup at your hotel. Pass through Chinatown and downtown Honolulu, learning the spooky tales associated with each landmark from your guide. This walking tour covers a little more than a mile 2km and is suitable for all fitness levels. Show More. Important Information.

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Departure Point. Departure Time. Return Details. Walking Ghost Tour Hotel pickup and drop off Local taxes. Additional Info. Confirmation will be received at time of booking Bring camera and wear comfortable walking shoes tennis shoes , comfortable clothing. Flashlight is an optional There is a maximum of 22 people on this tour This tour requires a minimum number of passengers to operate. There is a possibility that the tour may be canceled after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements.

In the event of this occurring, you will be provided the option to take the tour on an alternative date or be refunded in full. Not recommended for child aged 6 and under Catching a ghost on film isn't as hard as you think.

A camera is an effective tool to use to get hard evidence that ghosts do exist. One thing to remember though: ghosts most often appear as orbs, balls of light, or mists.

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Don't get discouraged if you don't get a human-like form in your pictures. The orbs are just as good. Use film of no less than speed and no greater than speed. Black and white works very well, but make sure you have a camera with a low light setting before taking pictures at night.


Also, if you have an SLR camera, infrared film works well with a filter. One other thing - take lots of pictures! Cancellation Policy. For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Reviews Write a review. Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent 1. Very good 1. Average 1. Poor 0. Duffus, The Last Days of Black Beard the Pirate , believes that evidence points to the man called Edward Teach being a local landowner's son, whose pillaging with a hearty band of locals behind him, including a slave named Caeser was more about economic survival in a British controlled colony than mayhem and murder.

The Tempest-like beach of Ocracoke, North Carolina. In October , this sand-duned, windswept coast including the island of Ocracoke and the town of Bath, celebrates its th anniversary as the land of pirates. Travelers who love a good tale told well don't have to go exactly on the anniversary as pirate goings-on, go on all the time here. Travel-like-a-pirate journeys can start in the town of Beaufort, a charming waterfront colonial town where Hungry Town Tours will take you on a walking tour of this quiet and quaint town that once played host to Black Beard and his crew.

Black Beard expert and author, Kevin P. Duffus in Bath, North Carolina. Dine at La Perla , a Spanish-inspired restaurant in the Cedar's Inn by candlelight in hurricane lamps and you'll start warming to the feel of old time North Carolina.

Beaufort's North Carolina Maritime Museum will start you off on your Black Beard pilgrimage with artifacts taken from the wreck of the Queen Anne's Revenge and other maritime oddities that would make Herman Melville's Moby Dick-sized heart pound the massive, dessicated whale's heart is a major attraction here. You get there by the North Carolina Ferry system that is honoring the legend by flying Edward Teach's supposed pirate flag in There are three ferry routes some closed in the off season but none take longer than two hours and some change. Ocracoke feels charmed and isolated and in former times, its position and inaccessibility gave rise to numerous legends of ghosts and local dastardly doings that can be heard on a local ghost tour.

Amy Howard is a local craftsperson who does ghost tours that will make your hair stand on end ask her to tell you the one about the hotel and its murdered landlady.

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Some of the tales are from the not so distant past and Howard who like many on the island is a descendent of original settlers will tell all the dark secrets--some of which sound like they came from the latest version of American Horror Story. You can find Howard and book a tour at The Village Craftsman in town where you can also buy some of Amy's handcrafted brass jewelry.

A statue of Blackbeard commemorates his namesake in the hotel lobby. Then head out to dinner at The Back Porch , almost hidden on a country road, but very much known to locals as the place for seafood and great wines on the island. You'll find all manner of island celebrities, artists, artisans and raconteurs filling this place with a hearty but congenially loud hubbub that seems very much in keeping with the Ocracoke tradition of loving a good tale well told as well as a pint or a glass of wine well-sipped.