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Chesapeake Ghost Walks
702 Regency Drive
Salisbury, MD 21804
GHOST PHONE 443.735.0771

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  1. Hi there!

    We cannot do the next Denton ghost walk and am wondering what other dates/times this will be offered. Could you please let us know?

    Thank you!

    1. Susan, tickets are available for purchase through our website up until the start of the tour provided there are still tickets available. Once the tour is sold out, we cannot sell any more tickets.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions!

  2. Dear Mindie,

    My family has owned the LaVallette House off of Hammock Pointe in Crisfield, MD for 20 years. We have a long history of the house, but I wanted to collaborate with you to see if you had any local knowledge or stories.

    The house was originally built in 1889 and had many owners with wild stories. The town itself has always thought the house was haunted. I, myself, have never seen anything – but recently I had a friend who was terrified of what she saw walk out of the marsh. Anyway, would love to hear more about the Ghost Walks – as I never knew about them until stumbling upon your site.

  3. My name is Joseph N. Valliant, jr. I grew up about three miles as the crow flies from Plain Dealing farm, and I have heard several versions of the Ghost of Plain Dealing, but never the one about one Valliant brother murdering the other. My great aunt, Katherine Newnam Hardcastle lived in the Plain Dealing house, Squire Unger’s I presume, and told me of the bloodstain on the floor at the foot of the stairs which could never be eradicated. The house burned in the 1920s, impoverishing the Hardcastle family. I myself had an encounter in nearby Ferry Neck, which, I presume, was with the Ghost of Frog Hall, reportedly a headless apparition. I myself saw nothing but was suddenly surrounded by a cold spot which had finite dimensions like a wall, but no visible apparition. Ferry Neck is an unlucky place — most of those who have lived there have come to bad ends or lesser forms of grief. Check out the Valliant cemetery on Claylands Farm — there is a marker memorializing four Valliant children who all died with and few days of each other. I am the grandson of Frederick Harper, who started the Pasadena Inn (now known as The Oaks) around 1900. There was no supernatural activity associated with the Inn until his heirs sold it to a German company in the 1970s. It was then that the staff began hearing and seeing things. My grandfather hated all things German, blaming Germany for starting two world wars and we in the family think that the acquisition of the Pasadena by Schwaben International raised his angry ghost.

    1. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful story. I’d love to hear more about the Valliants, Ferry Neck, the old Plain Dealing plantation and Pasadena. I’ll reach out to you through email. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Good evening. My name is Tom Peranteau. My wife (Judith) and I and our party just returned home from a Ghost Walk in St Michaels hosted by DeeDee Wood. It was very enjoyable and quite informative. I must relay to you that one of the stories she told us involved three pennies. When we all returned to our home in Middletown De I went directly to the Master bathroom. When I came out to the kitchen everyone else were discussing pennies. Here my brother in law found a penny in his pocket and my wife found two in her coat pocket. We were all astonished I then put my hand in my pockets and found exactly three. I never carry change and didn’t purchase anything today. When I tried to retrace my steps to reason this out I explained that the only person I came close to was DeeDee when I took out of my same pocket a $5 bill which was haphazardly folded.
    After I explained this to everyone my Sister in law found that same $5 still folded on our living room floor. Needless to say we’re beside ourselves. Thank you DeeDee. You said we’ll be very involved with pennies forever. This is the beginning.

    Sincerely, Tom Peranteau

  5. The other day I saw a trivia question regarding something found in the walls of a Pocomoke ship builder’s house. I never did see an answer.

    Was the ship builder Elisha James Tull, who was my great grandfather ? And what was found ?

    1. Hi Bob. The answer will come out in our next newsletter. The Shipwrights house is on Walnut Street. I’m not sure who the builder was. It would be interesting to find out, though.

  6. Last October we did the OC ghost tour. It was amazing! Henry Hotel, took many pics from on iPhone. Once wife and I got back to our house we went thru the pics. One showed a darting white orb. Zoomed in on this photo and you can see 4 human like spirits on the front porch! Seems to be a man, wife, young boy and a grandmother. None of the other pics showed anything, only the one with the orb. We can’t wait to do the Berlin tour this fall!

  7. Hi, earlier this month you sent a notice about a haunted house tour. I can’t find it in my saved files. Please re send.

  8. I would like to book the bus tour to the Grave yard in Denton but would like the dates available. Many thanks!

    1. Diane, unfortunately our series of bus tours for this year is over. We run them during the Winter/Early Spring. We will have more in January of 2020!

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