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    DC Ghosts presents Self-Guided Ghost Tours

  • Recurring daily
  • Dates:
    October 1, 2020 - October 31, 2020
  • Admission:

DC Ghosts was forced to shut down in-person led tours for months due to COVID-19. In response, the company launched an iOS and Android app that turns your phone into a tour guide. The app combines actor narrated voice, images, video, text, GPS triggers, voice navigation, and a map and route. Guests can now enjoy self-guided tours on location, using the app to walk them through the streets to each haunted location, whenever, and with whomever they want.    

The app will take users to the Guests will be able to get up close to Decatuer House on Lafayette Square, and see if they can see the ghost of angry old Stephen Decatur staring out of the upstairs windows or to catch a glimpse of Lincoln in one of the White House windows. In addition to Washington D.C., the app also lets users take ghost tours in cities across the country. An engrossing audio narrative and spooky images bring the fun, informative and creepy atmosphere of the tour to wherever you happen to take the tour.