Greenville Ghost Tour explores the chilling details of haunted downtown Greenville SC



Jason Profit, Greenville Ghost Tour


Greenville Ghost Tour explores the chilling details of our haunted downtown

Greenville, SC, 9/7/09 Every Friday and Saturday night in October, local psychic and ghost hunter Jason Profit leads guests on a creepy 90 minute walking tour that uncovers the ghosts and hauntings in historic downtown Greenville.

Jason has researched and investigated some of the areas most haunted places, so be prepared to learn a few interesting yet chilling things about this gorgeous southern town during this exclusive tour. You will learn of grizzly crimes and first hand accounts of real ghost stories in many of downtowns most famous and haunted places.

Make sure to wear your walking shoes since the Greenville Ghost Tour begins in front of the Army Navy store in the West End, winds it’s way through downtown and concludes near the Hyatt. On this journey Jason narrates historic facts and local folk lore creating an unforgettably haunted evening of spooky fun for all ages.

You will even discover which building is called by some, Greenville’s “1408″… with a room where a ghost supposedly killed the resident.  Watch out though! This same building also had its elevator plummet four floors in 2009!

What ghostly tales lie just beneath the shiny surface? Do you dare explore your curiosity?

The Greenville Ghost Tour is a year round tour that gets extremely popular around this time of year. Halloween tour dates fill up fast, so it is wise to reserve your tickets early. The tour is available on Friday and Saturday evening at 8pm during the months of September and October. Adult tickets are $20 and kids 4-13 are just $10.

To make your reservations you may visit their website: or call Jason at: 864-248-6472.


One Reply to “Greenville Ghost Tour explores the chilling details of haunted downtown Greenville SC”

  1. I am currently reading your book Haunted Greenville South Carolina. It was loaned to me by Jill Murphree Furcron. She mentioned that her mother Bea Murphree knew your mother.
    At any rate, I\\\’m thoroughly enjoying your book and would love to take your tour this October.
    Also, if you ever need any historical research assistance, I would love to help. I am the retired manager of the S.C. Room at the Hughes Main Library downtown and I noticed that you had mentioned using the room several times. Since I retired, I have been doing genealogical and local historical research and am currently working with Meg Pierson at the Upcountry History Museum to update the Springwood Cemetery Tour.
    Let me know if I can ever be of assistance. You have my e-mail address and my telephone number is: 246-2611. And by the way, I live very close to Courtney Circle. Jill and I are trying to figure out which house was the Parsonage from Hell.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    My best,
    Suzanne Case

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