Update on time and location:
The ticket I purchased gave a start time of 9:00 p.m., so let's meet at 8:30 p.m. in front of the Columbia Restaurant on St. George St. (since everyone knows where that is). The start of the tour is only a 5 minute walk from the Columbia.
Don't forget to purchase your tickets for the event, also, by going here:
You can reach out and text/call me at[masked] in case you have trouble finding us.
Looking forward to seeing everybody there! :-)
Sorry - the date was supposed to be 11/16/13 (not 11/2/13). Changes reflected above :-)
Sarah D suggested a St. Augustine Ghost Pub Crawl (thanks, Sarah!) and after digging a little bit, there's a Groupon for the event! (there seems to be a Groupon for everything, these days :-)
I figured we can meet at the address listed above on St. George Street around 8:00/8:15 p.m., as the tour begins at 8:30 p.m.
They limit the tours to 14 people, and Groupon allows purchases of 2 or 4 people (for those who would like to pair up for the Groupon deal), which can be found here:
For those flying solo and wanting to meet up with the group, you can purchase the single ticket directly here:
Ghost tours reveal the hidden history of your town, such as which famous town hall is actually a ghost. Dig up some secrets with this Groupon.
A licensed guide, accompanied with their EMF meter, spins well-researched, historical tales of ghostly sightings as up to 14 adventurous spirits brave the undead spirits of three local pubs and two haunted grounds, typically a lighthouse grounds and a cemetery. Tourists spend 30–40 minutes at each pub before reboarding the Ford E350 van and traveling to the next location. Tours begin nightly at 8:30 p.m and last approximately 3 hours.
GhoSt Augustine’s motto is _carpe noctum_—seize the night. You can do just that on one of the company’s nighttime haunted tours. Groups hear spooky tales about local hauntings from a guide as they visit spirit-laden pubs and foreboding cemeteries. Along the way, guides demonstrate the use of specter-detecting EMF meters as well as full-spectrum video cameras and loud pots and pans to scare away raccoon spirits. GhoSt Augustine can also arrange stays at the Kenwood Inn, a bed and breakfast said to be the home of a friendly ghost named Raymond.
Looking forward to meeting up with everybody!!