See the Princeton You Never Knew Existed
Princeton is haunted and these tours prove it!
This is not a jump out and scare you experience. This is a chance to experience Princeton University campus and the surrounding neighborhood with trained ghost hunters using real ghost hunting equipment as well as a visit inside one of America’s most prestigious cemeteries. Stories for this route include the sites on Princeton University campus and outside the gates. This tour is rated PG-13 due to graphic descriptions in some stories.
During the tour, each guest will have ample time to use EMF Meters, dowsing rods, therma-meters and the controversial Psyleron Lamp on an unmarked burial ground. Guides will train you on how to use these devices to interact with the other side.
After we visit Princeton University campus and downtown Princeton, we’ll enter the locked cemetery of Nassau Presbyterian church. This is a resting place so we do not investigate the cemetery. Instead, history buffs will introduce you to the gravestones of Grover Cleveland, Aaron Burr, Jr., Paul Tulane and even the wealthiest undergraduate to attend Princeton!
• People $25 per participant
Saturday October 15
Saturday October 22
Saturday October 29
• 6:00pm, 7:30pm, 9:00pm
1 hours and 30 minutes
We provide individual access to EMF Meters, dowsing rods, thermameters, mini-flashlights, PEAR lamp and locked cemetery.
Please bring your iPhones or digital cameras for orb shots.
Arrive 15 minutes early! We’ll be inside the Princeton U-Store at 116 Nassau Street!
All participants pay in advance of the tour. For individuals payment is a one-time upfront payment. All individuals and groups may cancel within 48 hours with no penalty. All individuals and groups may cancel due to weather within 24 hours with no penalty. Individuals and groups requesting cancellations on the day of the tour or event may forfeit deposits and payments.
Mimi Omiecinski – that’s me – I own Princeton Tour Company.
I wanted to create a business that would honor all of Princeton – her history, culture, residents, university and merchants so I knew a touring company made sense…read more