We actually didn’t get to go on the tour because their bus is in for service, but the fella sent me a text early this morning letting us know and gave us a recommendation for one we can do tonight as their bus won’t be running until we leave town. I think it’s pretty top notch to recommend a competitor. A lot of businesses wouldn’t do that. When we make it back down to San Diego, we will definitely check it out!
I went on the bus tour last Wednesday evening with our host Archie, who is awesome. Amongst some spooky things that I and my little sister heard with our own ears at the big mansion where Mrs. Yager lived, I actually caught an oddly-shaped light in the living room of the two-story house that we were able to explore at the end of the tour. It was a live-photo so when I see this picture in my gallery, I can actually see the light start off as a sphere but then it morphs into what we see in this picture. Perhaps I can screen record what I’m talking about and attach that onto here as well (it won’t let me attach the screen recording for some reason). This house was super heavy with energy too, especially the room upstairs with the old beds
What an amazing experience! Our guide, Rosalinda, was SO thorough, detailed, hilarious, and professional. The bus was decorated like a coffin with hanging skulls, red drapes, and creepy candles. Our guide even showed us MORE images, props and stories on the bus ride between locations to keep us entertained. The tour was an amazing deal for the price as well. 2 full hours with multiple locations, we even got to go inside one of the haunted buildings which was a real treat. I caught an orb on camera and it made my birthday night. I would recommend this tour to all my visitors and friends. I absolutely loved it.