Join me on a haunting, evening walking tour
of historic Charleston for tales of pirates & ghosts.
With more than 300 years of history including the Colonial Period, the Revolution and the Civil War, Charleston has a vast collection of true pirate stories, ghost tales based on historic events, and fascinating legends of Gullah lore.
Dressed in period apparel, master storyteller, Eric Lavender, regales you with tales of Blackbeard, Stede Bonnet, and Anne Bonny, along with some of ghost stories that have made Charleston known as one of the country's most haunted cities. Charleston's ghost tales will, in turn, scare you, touch you, and even make you laugh. Above all, they will entertain you!
Private and Group Tours are available.
Call 843-442-7299 or email info@CharlestonPirateTour.com
"Hey, awesome pirate/ghost tour Friday night. Moms (and dads), this is a cool idea for a birthday celebration. Our daughter turned 13 Saturday, and she and her friend's LOVED Eric and his cool/creepy Lowcountry tales." Janet Walsh, Facebook
5 STARS! "This was my second tour with Eric -- he took us out for a ghost tour on Saturday night, and we've taken a pirate tour with him in the past. Eric is so knowledgeable of Charleston's history, and he is a masterful storyteller. I had trouble falling asleep Saturday night, I was so spooked from the ghost stories! Candace Keener - Facebook
Great photo taken by tour guest in Philadelphia Alley. See the "man" on the right and the chest on the left? The alley is next to a building that served as a warehouse, so a man looking into a chest makes sense.
For more great ghost tours that are available every night, contact Bulldog Tours at 843-722-TOUR.
Eric actually started his tour guide career with Bulldog Tours and still does tours for Bulldog... most often, you'll find him scaring folks on the Haunted Jail Tour.