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Many find Key West strange during the day; but after the sun goes down, the restless souls of the island’s frightful past begin to stir. You will hear their tales that have been all but forgotten as you travel the narrow, dark streets of Old Town – filled with 19th century wooden houses that hold on to the secrets of their former inhabitants. Stories so tragic, so chilling, you’ll see why Key West is one of the top ten most haunted cities in America.
Our Ghost Host will add a pinch of humor to Key West’s dark side with tales of deathly love, tragic endings, scores to settle, wrongs to right and ghastly folk – some so strange it will be hard to believe they’re true.
Drive past the Artist’s House where Eugene lived and where a servant gave him a one-of-a-kind handmade doll he named Robert.
Your voyage on the Trolley of the Doomed ends with a stop at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum deep into its cistern filled with tales of those who have haunted its dark past. As you journey upstairs you will discover “Daddy Long Legs” and the cursed silver bar from an ill-fated shipwreck in 1656. Then equipped with a ghost meter, you are then on your own to discover what else lurks inside.
This and more await you on your Ghosts & Gravestones tour.
Voted Top Ten Best Ghost Tour by USA Today Readers’ Choice
Space is limited for this very popular excursion, so DON’T DELAY! For more information, go to our official Key West Ghost Tours website.
Call 305-29-GHOST (305-294-4678) to reserve space for you and your loved ones.
Length of tour: 1 hour.
This tour may not be suitable for children under 13 years of age.
Ghost Hosts - a frightful friend on your adventure. The guides, our Ghost Hosts, are not just experts on Key West’s most haunted places, they’re the restless souls of many of the island’s most disturbed departed - costumed and ready to share the stories of the dead and the undead with you.
Hear about Captain Tony’s Saloon - Legendary for its spirits, in more ways than one, Captain Tony’s Saloon is a Key West icon where Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams and many other famous folks frequented.
Hurricane of 1846 – the Great Havana Hurricane. With its 200 mph winds and immense storm surge, the storm flattened many of the island’s homes and businesses, including the lighthouse.
Hear about The Key West Cemetery - home to thousands of lost souls. A cemetery that is the final resting place of approximately 100,000 people, the Key West Cemetery abounds with lost souls that suffered a tragic demise.
Hear about Robert the Doll, a toy you don’t want to play with.