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Welcome to Charles Town, West Virginia – founded in 1786 by Charles Washington, youngest brother of President George Washington.
A very old town – and very haunted!
Why do the spirits of children still play in the cemetery? Why does Mary Turner Allibone still sob late at night? What ghost train still runs through Charles Town?
Find out when you join Ann Khiel Fern as she takes you through the darkened streets of Charles Town and tells tales of the town’s history, as well as its hauntings.
We offer four tours ~
- Charles Town History Tour
- Victorian Grave Art Tour
Daytime tours begin at 2 pm.
- The Traditional Haunted Walk
- The Cemetery Stroll
Evening tours begin at dusk.
Both public and private tours run year-round, weather permitting.
Public tours run Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Private tours can be reserved for any day or night of the week.
Pop-up tours often occur on weeknights and are announced on our Facebook page, Charles Town Ghost Tours.
Reservations are required for all tours.
Are you having a birthday party? A bridal shower or after-work event? Book a tour! Our private tours are perfect for your group and may be booked Monday through Friday.
For current and up-to-date information on our tours, as well as special events, please follow our Facebook page ~ Charles Town Ghost Tours.
Bring comfortable shoes, a flashlight, a camera – and an open mind!
Expect the unexpected . . . .
All stories, whether spoken or written are owned and copyrighted by Ann Khiel Fern. All stories have been developed over years of careful and extensive research and then published. Any infringement on these stories will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. In addition, all patrons are to understand before attending any tour that Charles Town Ghost Tours and owner Ann Khiel Fern are not responsible for damaged property, injury or lost items relating in any way to the tours. All those who are under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible individual over the age of 21.
Ann Khiel Fern, “The Ghost Lady”