If you travel to Salem in October, or really any time of year, it should be your absolute priority to take at least one ghost tour.
Salem is primarily known for its witch tours and history, but there are plenty of haunted spots around town. Taking a ghost tour is the best way to visit these all in a short span of time.
Like any tour, the guide can make or break the experience. If the guide is not up to par, you might as well just throw out the entire tour. Luckily, Salem is packed to the gills with ghost tours, and many of them result in seeing actual ghosts.
Salem Historical Tours and Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tours is one of the most respected tour groups in town. As the name implies, the group offers general history, witch trial history and ghost tours. The group actually offers ghost tours at day and at night for groups who might be apprehensive about hunting ghosts after dark.
I speak from personal experience when I recommend this specific group. The 1692 Salem Witchcraft Walk, as well as the Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour, were insightful and informative. Plus, I saw an actual ghost during the night tour.
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