We’ve been very busy around here updating pages. It started with the addition of the new Macabre and Unusual Tours page.
It was while we were seeing what new tours our affiliates were offering that we discovered some didn’t qualify as strictly your traditional ghost tour. Like the Plymouth Historic Cemetery Tour from Trusted Tours or the Atlanta Zombie Film Locations Tour on Viator.
Creepy and macabre, yes, but not quite a ghost tour. (Hence the creation of the Macabre and Unusual Tours page.)
However, while creating the new page we couldn’t help but notice a bunch of neat new ghost tours, especially on Viator.
New ones we added to the Ghost Tours (U.S.) from Viator page include:
We also had a bunch of new ones to add to the International Ghost Tours page.
While we were at it, we revamped pages and categorized tours by state or country, as applicable. (We’d previously had them in alphabetical order but we hope this makes them a little easier to browse.)
Also, we have to mention that as in the nature of affiliate relationships, should you book a tour after clicking through to Viator from our site, we’ll earn a commission. Thank you! That’s how we cover site maintenance expenses.
However, we sought affiliations because we’re familiar with the companies, having used them ourselves.
For instance, in November we’re headed out on our 11th cruise. This time we’ll be taking off from Venice.
Guess what Viator has? Yep. A Venice Ghost Walking Tour.
You better believe I’ve already looked into booking it to see if we can make it fit with our schedule.