My Review of the San Antonio Ghost Tour Downtown
We got there around 8:30 on Alamo Plaza next to the Gazzebo where a young lady wearing a ghost tour shirt approached us as if she new to expect us. We told her we were looking for the walking ghost tour and then directed us to the tour guide who shook our hand and gave us a little summary of what the tour would consist of and so on. The walking tour for each person was 15 dollars per person which wasnt bad considering it was an hour an a half long.
My friend's girl friend was a little apprehensive of the whole idea of hunting ghost. I assured her that this tour would not be as scary as she may think since the locations we were covering were outside.
The tour guide then alerted everyone who would be taking part in the tour to follow him where we cross the alamo onto the next side of the street where we would all sit. He gave a short summary about the equipment we would be using during the walk and how to use the equipment in our ghost investigation. They had what was called an EMF meter that detects electormagnetic fields and a laser heat thermometer that reads temperature.
We walked to around 5 to 6 locations around the Alamo city and each location followed with a short history and what people in the past has capture on tape or pictures.
I took a few snaps so tonight I will look and see if anything appeared in our ghost tour. Although we didn't see any ghosts that night but it was an educational experience and well worth the tour.
The tour started around 9pm and ended around 10:30pm. So if you plan to do the tour go downtown by the alamo next to the Gazebo. The tour starts at 9pm.