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The City's Original Ghost Walk, Est. 2002
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90 Minute Ghost Walk 

Minimum of $50 for up to 5 people

Ask about rates for groups of 5 or more. 

 This unique tour was established in 2002 and was the first of its kind in Virginia Beach. It is owned and operated by Al Chewning, a lifelong city resident. In addition to being a "Scaryteller", Al is a local historian and author of five books including, Haunted Virginia Beach. He has several personal experiences that he sometimes shares with his guests. Our family-friendly ghost walks are available year-round, by reservation.

                                          From May 14 to October 14

                                              Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

                                                    By appointment only (757)498-2127

                                                        (Limited to availability)

From October 15 to May 13

   Any day between 10:00 AM and 9:00 PM.

       By appointment only (757)498-2127

           (Limited to availability) 


"Wonderful presentation and storytelling! Had my attention the whole time. Thank you!!"

       Rebecca, Ashville, OH

"Extremely knowledgeable. Very good storyteller. Compares very well with numerous other ghost walks."

Laurie, Clayton, NY

"This was a great tour. Some of the stories gave us the chills. We'll be visiting the Surf and Rescue Museum'"

Jennifer, Aurora, ONT, Canada

"We enjoyed the walk very much. Appreciate the time, even for a small group."

Keith, Richmond, VA

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