Walks are from 8:30-10:30. They will get earlier as the season progresses
 
$15 per person
(Some Special Events will be priced accordingly)
 
Check this schedule for our Monthly SPECIAL EVENTS

Walks subject to change as we may add or adjust the schedule
throughout the season.
 
PRIVATE WALKS FOR YOUR FAMILY, GROUP OR ORGANIZATION AVAILABLE ON WEEKNIGHTS OR WEEKENDS 
 

June
 
5 ~ Bettsville: "Small Town, Big History"

11 & 12 ~ Brothels/Camp Ball/Ketchup Bottle Murder

18 & 19 ~ Fort Seneca Part I (The original tour) :   Murder/War /Crime Spree

25 & 26 ~ Infamous Politicians: Scuttlebutt & Scandal

July

9 & 10 ~ NEW! Fort Seneca Part II: The Man Who Wouldn't Die/Do You Like My Hair?/Going to the Show/Water/Disappearance of Leon
(Nothing repeated from the original walk!)
 
16 & 17 ~ Pair of Shoes & A Beer

23 & 24 ~  1913 Flood

30-31 ~ NEW SPECIAL EVENT! We Were Here First: Native Americans, Their Culture, Captives and Community
A night of paranormal investigation and storytelling about  the tribes that settled here before us.

August
 
8 ~ NEW SPECIAL SUNDAY HISTORY EVENT
Dukes of the Dearly Departed: Stories of the Inhabitants of Pleasant Union Cemetery. Initially called the Dukes Cemetery, Pleasant Union Cemetery near Old Fort is the
final resting place for some of the earliest settlers of
Seneca County, as well other notable citizens and even a
few characters. 
THIS IS A DAYTIME HISTORY WALK ONLY, No Paranormal Investigation. This walk is pending approval. 

13 & 14 ~ Brothels/Camp Ball/Ketchup Bottle Murder

20 & 21 ~ Bettsville: "Small Town, Big History"

27 & 28 ~ Fort Seneca Part I (The original tour) :   Murder/War /Crime Spree
 
September
10 & 11 ~ Infamous Politicians: Scuttlebutt & Scandal
17 & 18 ~ NEW SPECIAL EVENT
The Phantoms of Fremont. Join the team for a unique walk in the vicinity of the original Fort Stephenson from the
War of 1812 and other exciting Fremont history! 
24 & 25 ~ Little Hedges: Cholera, The Green Lady, Woman Doctor Lost at Sea
 
October
1 & 2 ~ NEW! BASCOM: Amusements/Feuds/Streetcars
and Boats (This walk is Tentative)
8 & 9 ~ NEW! Fort Seneca Part II: The Man Who Wouldn't Die/Going to the Show/Fire & Water/Disappearance of Leon
(Nothing repeated from the original walk!)
15 & 16 ~ Brothels/Camp Ball/Ketchup Bottle Murder
22 & 23 ~ Little Hedges: Cholera, The Green Lady, Woman Doctor Lost at Sea
29 & 30 ~ HALLOWEEN WEEKEND ~ TBA


SPECIAL ELECTION NIGHT WALK!
Nov 2 
6-8 p.m.  

Infamous Politicians: Scuttlebutt & Scandal
 



 

 

And Now ... The Tour Rules ...

 

1. All walks (except for private tours) will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Private walks are also available on the weekdays and they also can be booked on weekends, provided there is no previous registration for that night. We would like at least 6 people to attend private walks on a week night; 10 on a weekend.

2, Absolutely no alcohol on a ghost walk. Not only does alcohol make you vulnerable to spirits that might not be so nice, chances are, most spirits don't want to hang out with an inebriated individual anymore than we do. 

3. Those who register for a walk then arbitrarily decide not to show without any notice to our ghost walk team will have to prepay for all future walks. 

4. All of our ghost walks are copyrighted. Therefore, recording the narration is prohibited, although photographing during the event is encouraged. Using ghost walk material for any tours other than the ones led by Lisa Swickard and her ghost walk team ---- paranormal, historical, or otherwise ---- will result in prosecution.