All tours operate seven (7) days and/or nights a week, 365 days and/or nights a year and there are no blackout dates. You may book a tour up to a year in advance and advance reservations are required which are subject only to availability. If you would like more information on our tours, or would like to purchase a Season Pass, please...
Call (423) 743-WALK (9255)
|Although the new "Appalachian GhostWalks Tour Club Card" has surpassed our Season Pass booklets in popularity, our Season Passes still make great birthday and holiday gift ideas. Season Passes are good for your choice of two (2), or four (4) people covering all thirteen (13) 3-4 hour walking tours centrally located to Tennessee's oldest town of Jonesborough. Pass holders can add additional guests at a tremendously discounted rate. Tour locations can be found on our Tour Descriptions Page. Season Passes do not expire and a two (2) person Season Pass holder saves more than $153 including tax over the regular cost of reserving each of the twelve tours individually...|
It has been said that we do very good Civil and Revolutionary War tours showcasing famous names from our history. In this, one could say that we are not merely investigating ghosts, but rather the "People of the Past". The only limitation on our tours is that of your own imagination. Many have experienced sightings of their own while walking with us on our Cherokee Indian, Frontier, Haunted Civil War History Tours. Will you be among those who have seen the ghostly form of a visitor, dressed in attire appropriate to their age of fashion, visiting from another time and dimension, and clothed in a top hat and cape?
So remember to bring your camera as you just might capture a Civil War solider, or some other ghostly apparition from the past. Possibly a member of the Cherokee Nation, or a famous individual will appear to you such as one of the former Presidents who frequented the area. If you take one, or several of our tours and get any interesting photos of your own, we would like to analyze them for you and provide some feedback, so feel free to email them to us. We very much appreciate any and all photographic contributions...
Typical Dress of a Union Soldier
Typical Dress of a Confederate Soldier
Stacey Allen McGee, Certified Ghost Hunter
and Tour Director for Appalachian GhostWalks
|Appalachian GhostWalks' Tour Director Stacey Allen McGee, CGH is shown at grave site of his great grandfather Sergeant Jessie S. Rice who served in the 13th Union Cavalry (see photo at left) during the great Civil War from 1860 to 1865. Other members of his family fought for the Confederate cause in the 64th North Carolina Infantry. These included V.J. and Wilson Rice, both of whom are believed to have died in the battle of "Red Banks". This battle is thought to have involved approximately 4000 men and was fought on the banks of the Nolichucky River, giving the battle it's colorful name. In addition, Stacey Allen is the 5th Great Grandson of Major Jonathon Tipton who fought in the battle of King's Mountain winning victory over the British in the Revolutionary War. His 6th Great Uncle was Col. John Tipton, Jonathon's brother, of Tipton-Haynes Historic Site in Johnson City, Tennessee; and finally, Stacey Allen is also a distant relative of the historically famous Confederate General, Robert E. Lee...|
|Appalachian GhostWalks proudly presents affordable, family-oriented and child friendly, nightly, year-round, non-fear based tours and vacations centered on the real history of America's First Western Frontier located throughout the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Northeast Tennessee, centered on Jonesborough - Tennessee's oldest town, coupled with the true ghost stories of our region's 'People of the Past', as well as the positive investigational substantiation of an afterlife and the continuation of the spirit, essentially providing hope and evidence to support the faith we share, in that when this body stops working, there is no end to life, allowing for the continuation of history by it's originators, who, in some cases, apparently still strive to touch the lives of those of us still in body... all from their perspective - the hereafter...|
Stacey Allen McGee, CGH - Tour Director, Appalachian GhostWalks
Founder, The ARC ~ Alternate Realities Center