A. Check our Schedule page for currently scheduled tours. Year-round, we have tours running every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings as long as we have at least 6 people registered. Tours run every single night during the month of October, with additional tours at staggered start times on the weekends to keep up with the demand of the peak season. We meet in the bandstand 15 minutes before the tour time to sign waivers and get paid up. We will start promptly at the tour’s start time! Private group tours can also be arranged to fit your schedule.
A. Tour fees are $15 per adult, $10 for children (12 and under) and does not include gratuities for your guide. Cash only please! We do this to keep costs down for you. We haven't raised our tour prices in over 15 years. We proudly donate a portion of Roswell Ghost Tour’s proceeds to many restoration and preservation projects throughout historic Roswell.
A. Nope! As long as you can get to the meet point in time, no problem. We oftentimes get reservations just a few minutes before the tour's start time. You will then get a confirmation email back with all of the details. Filling out the reservation form will get you a faster response than calling into our answering service.
A. Yes! If you don't make a reservation however, you risk that the tour may have been cancelled due to us not reaching our minimum of 6 tour goers. Without a reservation, we will not have your information to inform you that a tour has been cancelled.
A. Our tour is not recommended for very young children. The tour does not hold the interest of very young children/toddlers, so they inevitably become bored and disruptive. Although, the Roswell Ghost tour is a great idea for private birthday parties! When considering whether or not you should bring your child, please keep in mind that we are not the costumed, “street theater” kind of ghost tour. Our tour is led by non-costumed paranormal investigators telling of current paranormal phenomena. You can rest assured that nothing jumps out at us, we do not use dramatics, and there is nothing done by our tour guides that is intended to startle.
A. We recommend that you bring a flashlight (the more we have the better, but please refrain from shining at private residences!), umbrella (if necessary), good walking shoes (I promise, it's just a mile from start to finish), insect repellent (if necessary), and an open mind! Also - an empty bladder! There are no established bathroom breaks along the tour.
A. Remember, we are experienced paranormal investigators that have been speakers across the country for many years on the subject, featured on TV & radio programs, and have participated in hundreds of professional investigations. On our reputable tour, we aim to properly educate about paranormal theories, proper investigations, types of hauntings, etc. We understand the novelty that this equipment would provide, but we will never mislead. We understand that walking along public streets is NOT a controlled environment for ideal investigations to get true readings of energies. Cell phones, street lights, power lines, etc, will all create false readings on hand-held equipment. We will never be one of those tours that allows you to believe that every little blip is indicative of a ghost. You are always welcome to bring your own equipment with you though!
A. Yes! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about the details. We can also customize! Want to do an investigative tour with our hand-held equipment? Want us to rent you a bus/limo to also visit locations that turn your private tour into another kind of "Spirits" Crawl with drinks? Let us know and we will see what we can do!
A. No, we’re outside the entire 2+ hours. We do not go into any buildings (but we DO go into an old cemetery!) and we’re on foot the entire time. We pride ourselves on no gimmicks, no fake accents, no costumes, no acting. The tour is fascinating enough without them!
A. Plan on 2.5 hours. From start to finish, we cover just one easy mile.
A. If you wish to plug the tour’s address into a GPS system, use this address: 610 Atlanta St, Roswell, GA 30075. This is NOT a mailing address. There is no mailbox there, this is the address to the Roswell Town Square to help you find the meet-point for the tour. We meet directly across the street from the Roswell Visitor’s Center whose address is 617 Atlanta St. This is also where the tour ends. If you would like to mail us something, please email us at email@example.com and ask for a mailing address.
A. We will still run the tour as long as we have at least 6 willing attendees, and will not cancel a tour ourselves unless the conditions are unsafe. We also have a generous rain check policy: If you’d like to start the tour, you have up to an hour to decide if you’d like to continue on or not. If you feel the weather is too uncomfortable to continue on for the entire tour, and if it’s still within the first hour of the tour, simply ask your tour guide for a rain check and you will be given rain check(s) to come at another time of your choosing. If the weather is severe enough to warrant a cancellation on our part, we will contact everyone that made reservations. Please be sure that you provide us with a good contact phone number in your emailed reservation. If you have not heard from us about a cancellation, our guide will be at the square, ready to run the tour.
A. Because we cannot be held responsible for what may occur if you get frightened and go running into oncoming traffic or any other dangerous scenarios caused by your reactions.
A. Certainly! We have an area on our Links page with websites to all of our favorite restaurants that are very close by. Please allow yourself more time than you think you'll need. We can't tell you how many people call from a restaurant in a panic asking if we can hold the tour for them while they're waiting on their check from the waiter. Sorry, can't hold up the rest of the tour group.
A. Yes, a few tweaks to the tour route can be made to allow for wheelchairs.
A. So that we can keep your reservation form emails in an email file if we need to communicate before your tour. They are then deleted after your scheduled tour date has come and gone.
Additionally, emails get to our iPhones and computer immediately, and it’s a quick “copy and paste” to get you your Confirmation Email with all of the details that you need. If you leave a voicemail instead, you are at the mercy of when we’re able to call in to the voice mail service, which may only be a couple of times a day. Also, particularly during the more popular weeks and months of our peak season, I do lose my voice, and it’s not due to just doing the tours and media interviews, it’s from returning phone calls to answer questions (which are all answered here on the FAQ page).
A. Unexplainable activity happens frequently on the Roswell Ghost Tour. Of course, we cannot guarantee anything. No one can. We don’t trust that every little thing that tourgoers tell us is in fact paranormal in nature, but oftentimes, we cannot explain away what people are feeling, seeing, hearing, sensing, taking photos of, etc. We receive many photos from tourgoers, indicating what they feel to be paranormal/unexplainable. We cannot possibly post them all on our website, but have posted a few on our Photos page. Our Facebook page is a popular place where tour goers post their unexplainable photos as well.
A. Please check your Spam/Junk folders. Most often, when people call or email to say they have not received their Confirmation Email, it can be found there. If you still don’t see it, try sending it to us again. If you called in your reservation but haven’t heard back from us, there was likely a problem in hearing your phone number as it was left.
A. Unfortunately, no. Years ago, we used to allow them at any time, but had some issues a few times with other tour-goers getting very upset by this. Some were so frightened by even the smallest dogs, they left upon finding out that a dog was going to be with us on the tour. Ghosts? No problem for them, but dogs? Whole other story. This is what prompted us to have a specially designated night, once per month, where everyone on that tour is “in the know” about the fact that dogs MAY be present.
A. Yes and no. There isn’t an exact number that we stop every tour at, and it also depends on the time of year. October brings in bigger groups, especially on the weekends, as it is with any haunted attraction. We all wear portable microphones, so you should never have issues in hearing us. We WILL indicate tours as full on our schedule by being listed in BLUE, and then add more tours if we can. If the tour you’re interested in attending is on the online Schedule, and not indicated as full by being listed in BLUE, it is still available. The sole reason we require reservations is so that we can know how many people we are expecting ahead of time.
A. No. A tour will be indicated as full on the website's schedule page if it is indeed full (by being listed in BLUE), or we will send an additional guide out to split the group up if it's getting too large.
Q. Can we bring our own alcoholic drinks on the tours?
A. Because we go onto Roswell City Park properties several times throughout the tours, the answer is no. In March of 2015, the Roswell City Council voted to allow for "carry districts," and designated a Canton Street district stretching from Magnolia Street north to Woodstock Road that also takes in Green Street one block to the east. The change means that patrons can carry up to 16 ounces of purchased alcohol in a paper or plastic cup between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m in those designated areas. Unfortunately, this does not include the ghost tour route/City Park properties.