Online tickets are only $20 for the Hunt, $17 for the Tour, and $35 for the Stroll when you enter the code: SPECTER13 at check-out. Regular prices are $25 for the Hunt, $22 for the Tour, and $40 for the Stroll. These prices are per person plus sales tax.
Yes and no. The Ghost Tour and Ghost Hunt depart from and (usually) finish inside haunted locations. Most stops are outside, but so are the ghosts. On the Ghost Hunt we visit a portal and an early crime scene. We also use trigger objects to lure the ghosts out. On the Ghost Tour, every location that we do not enter has activity on the exterior of the property. The Haunted Happy Hour Saloon Stroll goes in every location.
Smaller groups, more experience, better guides and exclusive access. Our tours were started by the guy who introduced ghost tours and ghost hunts to Key West, wrote all the ghost books and consults with television productions and media when they come to town on a ghost mission. There are other tours that use Sloan’s name and stories, but these are the only haunted attractions he owns and operates.
Yes, on our tours and hunts. No, if you take one of the trolleys, but they cost about $35 and are more of a theatrical tour. If you want the real deal, stick with us.
Everybody on the hunt gets either a K-II EMF Detector or an IR Laser Temperature Gun and a spirit dowsing rod to use during the hunt. The guide also brings along trigger objects, EM Pumps, SB-7 Spirit Box, Pendulum Board, and other equipment we test from time to time. We encourage guests to download Ghost Radar or the M2 Ghost Hunter app on their phone to track spirits during the hunt.
We welcome skeptics and believers. Our tours mix in enough history with the hauntings to keep anyone entertained. Drunks and sourpusses are encouraged to stay home.
To a degree. 90% of our routes are accessible, but some buildings we finish up in are are not equipped with lifts. Our guides will do everything possible to accommodate guests in wheelchairs. Give us a call so we can make the tour route work for you.
Yes. Book online and save $5 per person when you enter the code SPECTER13 at check-out. Military discounts are available through the MWR Office on Sigsbee or at Beach Patio.
No one can guarantee a ghost sighting, but we do actively engage the spirits and sightings are common. Individuals report something almost every night. We have group sightings several times a month.
We’ve had people get bloody noses, break down crying for no apparent reason and get kicked, scratched or grabbed – but those are very rare occurrences. More often we feel cold chills, get very low readings on our gauges, smell a strong perfume pass through the group, capture photos of strange objects or see a figure pass somewhere we know is vacant. Our ghost are pretty touchy too – playing with hair or poking legs. Draining of electronics is common, and we’ve had spirits take over cell phones briefly to show photos or speak through Siri. No one has ever been injured by a ghost on our tour.
One possibility when we actively engage the spirits is one of them will latch on to you and try to follow you home. We call them hitchhikers. We have a cleansing process at the end of the hunt to make sure this doesn’t happen, so be sure to tell your guide if you need to leave early so they can give you instructions.
Yes. The The Ghost Hunt is not frightening, but we do actively engage the spirits, so it is not suggested for children under 14. Children and infants are more prone to attract hitchhikers (see above) and less likely to know how to deal with them. We suggest expectant mothers or anyone with kids go on our Ghost Tour. Feel free to call (305) 395-1435 and speak with Michael regarding bringing your child on the Hunt. Please keep in mind, our Ghost Tour includes stories of death, murder and suicide, so parental discretion is advised. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
We love dogs, but city code won’t allow them in most of the buildings we start or finish in. This being said, service animals are always allowed.
We don’t suggest bringing a car into Old Town. If you do, there is metered parking or pay lots near most of our departure locations.
David Sloan started the first ghost tours in Key West back in 1996. He also authored Haunted Key West, Ghosts of Key West & the biography of Robert The Doll. He curates the largest collection of haunted items in South Florida & every ghost tour in Key West today is based on Sloan’s research. Sloan co-authored Quit Your Job & Move to Key West. He is also known as The Godfather of Key Lime Pie and holds a world record for the world’s largest Key lime pie, but ghosts are his main passion.
Yes. We pride ourselves on providing a damn good experience and we know the dead better than anyone. When it comes to the living, there are a lot of variables at play, so if by any chance you don’t have a good time, call or email us so we can make things better. We don’t want your money if you don’t have a good time, but you need to contact us directly. E-mail [email protected] or call (305) 395-1435.