Stay Warm (or cool) – Ride the Bus
Eastern Shore Ghosts & Graves
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GHOST & GRAVEYARD BUS TOURS – Hop on the bus and join the fun.
GHOST AND GRAVEYARD bus tours for those who prefer a more extended tour that includes some of the more rural areas of the Eastern Shore – not featured on our ghost walks. We visit some of the most haunted properties on Delmarva.
Bus tours are about 4 hours long. Guests deboard the bus at several locations – graveyards, historic buildings, etc. where there IS walking. Guests have the option to stay on the bus but could miss some interesting sites. AND on the bus tours, there are some properties that we GO INSIDE -( see description for listing).
2020 Winter/Spring Bus Tours
Heroes & Villains & Graves $45
(Easton, Tunis Mills, St. Michaels, Oxford, Trappe)
Witches, sea captains, sailors, ladies of the evening and lost children are all subjects of the haunted sites on this 4-5 hour bus tour of haunted Talbot County, MD! Also included – the Hanging Tree, Unionville Colored Troops (Civil War), The Harrison Graves (not open to the public) and a stop INSIDE the Robert Morris Inn.
Tubman Trail & Swamps of Dorchester $45
(Cambridge, Blackwater, Hoopers Island, Crapo, Bucktown)
Big Lizz, Spirits of the Enslaved in the endless farm fields of Dorchester, Wildman of Crocheron, the Missing Souls of Wingate, Seven Gates of Hell, Phantom Coffins near Taylors Island and UFO sightings in Blackwater. Plus “Mary’s Ghost” at Old Salty’s.
Trail of Sorrows $45
(Denton, Preston, Patty Cannon, Woodland)
Underground Railroad, Denton Jail, Maggie’s Bridge, Patty Cannon, Marshall Price’s Grave. Take a walk through Linchester Mill and its grounds – the last crossing on the Underground Railroad – plus the most haunted property on the Eastern Shore – the DENTON JAIL.
Haunted Crossroads of Delmarva $55
(Salisbury, Furnace Town, Snow Hill )
Poplar Hill Mansion, Firehouse Headquarters, Wicomico Courthouse, Furnace Town, Holloway Hall, Warren Mansion and 2 Graveyards. Walk the haunted grounds of Furnace Town inside the most haunted forest in Maryland. Stand on the grounds of three murders and hear about the spirits of the enslaved at the oldest home in Salisbury.
PRICE INCLUDES admission costs for entry to Poplar Hill Mansion and Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum.
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need more location advice, places to stay. how far from one ghost to another. never been to the location or chesapeake. thought about week after next for about a week.
Hi there, Ray. Currently our tours span about 60 linear miles. And, they are only held on the weekends (Friday and Saturday nights) until June. The ghost tour localities are regionalized between Mid-Shore (Cambridge, St. Michaels, Denton, and Easton) – all of those are within 20 to 40 minutes of each other drivewise. There are many great places to stay in these towns but if you wanted to pick one with a haunted legacy, try Cambridge House Bed & Breakfast, Tidewater Inn in Easton, Kemp House in St. Michaels. Any of these will work as a central spot for the MId Shore tours.
The Lower Shore Tours – again, all within a 20 to 40 minute drive of each other are Ocean City, Berlin (15 minutes apart) and Princess Anne and Pocomoke (also 15 minutes apart). You can google map these towns and get a better perspective. Places to stay on the Lower Shore that have a haunted legacy and are featured on our ghost tours are – Atlantic Hotel, Shoreham Hotel, and Dunes Manor Hotel in Ocean City; Atlantic Hotel in Berlin, The Washington Inn and Tavern in Princess Anne (very nice, but spooky), and the River Gem B&B in Pocomoke. Check out our calendar – to the right to see which tours are on which weekends. Thanks so much for your interest.
Thanks! I have booked a ghost tour for Cambridge on Oct. 30, but look forward to being able to book bus and evening ghost tours on the same Saturdays next year since I come all the way from Richmond.