This has been a busy and amazing summer for the Haunted Haighttm Walking tour and Haunted Haighttm Pub Crawl. We have more tours coming too!
I ask people on every tour, what made them choose my tour over the others? Most people tell me my credentials and that I am a real ghost hunter with television shows that I starred in. Not just some appearance on someone's show. Not to mention that my book is coming out this Fall. I cannot wait for the book tour,
People know authenticity. They know that my stories are researched and investigated by me, not taken off the internet or swiped from other people's research.
I appreciate that people DO understand that just about anything and everything is claimed on the internet. Just because it says something on the internet, doesn’t make it true. People do really understand that.
My credentials allow me the greatest edge over my competition, and it really seems to show this year. People seem to know that an authentic experience can only be obtained with a real paranormal investigator and not just hype. I am so glad that people are not fooled by internet SEO manipulation.
Tour guests love my authentic experience because NO other tour has that real experience with the supernatural like we do.
We also have smaller intimate tours. The ghost hunting tour has a maximum of 14 people. We don't go out with a huge group. We limit our tours, and this is most appreciated by people.
We have been doing lots of private tours and corporate event tours too. It is not about how much money we can make. It is about giving you a paranomal experience like no other tour. Good luck experiencing the paranormal with 30 people on your tour. LOL Thank you everyone, this summer has been incredible. You are all the reason we have been in business for 19 years. Keep those private tours coming folks. We love what we do! Integrity and honesty is everything and thank you for noticing our commitment to excellence. Get tickets at hauntedhaight.com
There are certianly older parts of the city than the Haight-Ashbury. It was not part of the Gold rRush of 1849. Part of the underdeveloped Western part of the city, it was a place that you would bury your dead. It once had many cemeteries but they were removed due to the city wanting to expand. The Haight-Ashbury district started as a middle class neighborhood around 1890. Golden gate park was commisioned in 1870 and within 20 years it was a huge success for San Francisco. People wanted a more quiet place to raise their children away from the busier parts of the city.
Access to Golden Gate Park allowed homes to start being built in this part of the city once thought of as "too cold to inhabit." This once called "Wastelands" was now becoming quite popular as a sort of suburbia area of San Francisco. The area grew and certianly had its share of tragedies. Later, by the 1960's it became a place of love and peace for the hippy generation and had it's share of famous rock stars like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and bands like Jefferson Airplane and The Grateful Dead.
The "Summer of Love" was a wonderful idea but there was a sinister side to that time too. Drugs played a key role in a lot of the tragedy that took place there at the time. The area had way too many runaways looking for a part in the incredible era. The neighborhood could not substain all those new people and several ened up on the streets and were murdered, committed suicide or overdosed.
The 1970's was a time people referred to the area as "The HATE." I have uncovered countless articles of murders, suicides and overdoses there. These intense energies have lingered in the Haight and several ghost stories have developed because of them. We hope you may consider joining us on of our Haunted SF San Francisco tours here in The Haunted Haight Walking Tour. We would love to spend the evening with you on your very own San Francisco SF Ghost Hunting Excursion Adventure Tour!