Ghost and Graveyard Bus Tour
Heroes, Villains, and Graves
[Not a valid template]EASTON | UNIONVILLE | ST MICHAELS | OXFORD | LOST CITY OF DOVER
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!
This 4-hour tour in a motor coach is the best way to see the hidden haunted sites in Talbot County… especially when the weather is cold. Join us for a guided tour of the areas around Easton, St. Michaels and Oxford that are said to be haunted or alive with paranormal activity. This tour will also bring guests into 3 historic graveyards including one where camera batteries tend to die…. so bring a spare battery.
Sites of the Heroes
Sites of HEROS include – Foxley Hall (the most haunted house in Easton), once home of Colonel Oswald Tilghman; Robert Morris Inn (we will go inside this property) former home of wealthy Colonial developer and father of the financier of the American Revolution still haunted by his spirit; Tidewater Inn haunted by the spirit of the man who built it and brought Easton back to prosperity after the Great Depression; the Unionville Colored Infantry soldiers who fought in the Civil War for the Union and settled in Talbot County; and the Spirits of Navy Point in Saint Michaels who built all those big houses along the harbor.
Sites of VILLAINS and GRAVEYARDS
Sites of VILLAINS and GRAVEYARDS include The Witches of Plaindealing, Hells Corner in St. Michaels, the unrestful spirits at St. Mary’s Square, the hanging tree, the Colonial graves of the Harrison Children, an old Indian burial ground haunted by the native Americans spirits still singing the death chant at Bachelor Point and the haunted Whitemarsh Cemetery include Whitemarsh Cemetery – also known as Hole in the Wall. Several of these places are not normally open to the public.
Some of the sites will be seen only from the bus as the group drives by, but there will be places to deboard and take a closer look such as the Robert Morris Inn in Oxford and have the opportunity to go inside and spend a little while. We’ll also deboard at the Harrison gravesite, Navy Point in St. Michaels, the Talbot Courthouse in Easton and at all three graveyards.Book online now!
WE WILL NOT BE GOING INSIDE ANY OF THE PROPERTIES, except The Robert Morris Inn where you’ll be able to buy yourself a drink and explore the lower level. All graveyards will be open to walk through. Some places where we venture are not open to the public.
**MEETING PLACE AND WEATHER:** Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time of the tour and check in with the guide and bus driver. Tour will leave the premises promptly at 1:30 pm. Also, note that we do not cancel for rain. In the event that the weather is wet, be sure to bring an umbrella and waterproof clothing and shoes. There are opportunities for getting off of the bus and walking. MEET THE GROUP at the Easton Walmart parking lot – 8155 Elliott Road, Easton, MD http://bit.ly/2jyq3k6
**CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS:** Reservations must be made in advance and paid for to reserve your spot. GUESTS who have reserved and paid will receive a full refund if cancellation is made prior to THREE DAYS before the tour. Cancellations made within three days of the tour will not be refunded unless the ticket can be resold. All tickets are transferable.
WE WILL NOT CANCEL THIS TOUR FOR INCLEMENT WEATHER – unless the weather causes a danger to public safety. In the unlikely event we must cancel, each guest will be called and money refunded.
“There is no such thing as bad weather .. just inappropriate clothing.”
- Bring your umbrella if it looks like rain
- Wear shoes befitting the weather.
- Bring your camera. Picture taking is part of the fun. (no video or audio is allowed)
Contact Chesapeake Ghost Walks at 443.735.0771 for more information.
POSTS ABOUT HAUNTED SITES ON THIS TOUR:
Witches of Plain Dealing
Whitemarsh Graveyard in Trappe, MD
Perry Hall and the Frenchman’s Oak
The Hanging Tree
My Scary Night at the Robert Morris Inn in Oxford
Robert E. Lee in St. Michaels – Who Knew?
The Elevator Riding Ghosts of Easton
Robert Morris Inn – Guest Flees in the Night