About Us

Our Company

Get the New York ghost experience with our licensed guides.

“For every New York neighborhood you care to explore, there are ghosts and chilling ghost stories. Go to the west Village and search for the ghosts of Edgar Allan Poe and Washington Irving. Ghost hunt in Grand Central with the spirit of Franklin Roosevelt and Cornelius Vanderbuilt.

Head to Brooklyn Heights in search of the ghosts of Walt Whitman and Jackie Robinson or wander Lower Manhattan looking for the spirits of Captain Kidd and Alexander Hamilton. New York may, indeed, be the city that never sleeps; and after one of these terrifying tours, you may understand why it’s one of the top 10 ghost tours in the U.S.”

Each tour is 90 minutes long, total walking distance is less than a mile, covered at a very leisurely pace so that you can enjoy the mysterious atmosphere and haunted locations. We have many different tours to choose from. We conduct our tours with great respect for the, “out of body people”. After all they are no different from us – they are free of the physical world. We are positive that our tours will enchant, entertain, inform, and scare you.

We can also provide storytelling at your event. We would love to share our experiences/ history/ etc at your gatherings. Contact us for more information.

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Our Spooky Guides

 

Meet Amada Anderson your “Open Ghost Support Group” tour guide. No stranger to the paranormal Amada is a natural intuitive and storyteller who wants to share the history of our residential ghosts of New York and open you up to maybe even experience some unexplained phenomena. She instantly becomes a welcoming friend as she engages with the crowd to discuss personal experiences. You are in for a very fun and entertaining time! Palm/Tarot energy readings are also available directly after your tour by booking her in advance.

 

 


 

 

Gordon Linzner is a native New Yorker and has been a licensed New York City tour guide for two decades, leading tours throughout the city. He is also the author of three published novels and dozens of short stories, most in the supernatural genre, and editor emeritus of the long running genre magazine Space and Time. He has done many tours for the 92nd Street Y.

 

 

 



 

 

Prudence Wright Holmes is a licensed NYC tour guide and a professional actor. She has appeared in four Broadway shows and eight feature films, including “Sister Act” with Whoopi Goldberg. She has also been in many prime-time TV shows, regional theaters, and commercials. She conducts her tours in character, often as Mrs. Peter Stuyvesant or Edgar Allan Poe’s mother–in-law, Maria Clemm. Be prepared for a fun-filled tour with Prudence leading the way.

 

 

 


 

 

Joel Shaw is a New York City tour guide, actor, and real estate agent living in the capitol of the world over the past 24 years. His mission is to be your own personal undertaker opening up a dark portal of dimly lit history from ghost images of years gone by.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Robin Zablow is the creator and producer of Raven’s Walk on Nantucket Island– a guided walking tour company which has been featured in the New York Times and the Boston Globe. This past season, Robin and Raven’s Walk, offered 10 walking ghost tours to the public which included: The Raven’s Night Walk: Ghosts of Nantucket’s Past, The Mysterious Hauntings on Main Street “Tea with Ghosts,” and her very popular Children’s Ghost Hunt in Nantucket Town-where children learn what to look for and how to become a Ghost Hunter. The ghost hunt is educational, exciting, and lots of fun. Robin is also an attorney, and an active member of the Entertainment Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. She has appeared in many of its theatrical productions.

Video Press Library

 

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