Chattanooga Ghost Tours 10th Anniversary & Grand ReOpening Party!

Chattanooga Ghost Tours 10th Anniversary & Grand ReOpening Party!

We’re celebrating our 10th Anniversary with a Grand (Re)Opening party Sat June 10 at our new location with Quest2Escape! Building address 432 Market St, and our entrance (no stairs required) is in back at 57 E. Fifth St.  The party opens to the general public at 5:00 pm, though guests are welcome to drop by […]

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Chattanooga Ghost Tours chosen as SCORE American Small Business Champion

Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc is proud to have been chosen as 1 of only 2 Tennessee winners of The 2017 American Small Business Championship hosted by SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, and generously supported by Sam’s Club, a leading U.S. membership club serving small businesses since 1983. The Championship awarded […]

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Brown’s Tavern Hunts Active & Spooky

Brown’s Tavern Hunts Active & Spooky

Our Brown’s Tavern hunts have been going on for some weeks now, and have proved to be just as creepy as we expected. All of the Tavern hunts are “ultimate” hunts, that is, we use the SLS XCam Ghost Viewing System at that location every hunt, and we are expecting to get our Poltercom in […]

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CGTI Introduces the Poltercom!

CGTI Introduces the Poltercom!

So super excited to introduce our NEWEST piece of equipment for our Ultimate Hunt, the Poltercom by Paranologies! We are getting the 8th one EVER MADE. It should be here within the next 2 weeks, once they have finished building it. This spirit box-type ITC device is the first ever in the WORLD with a […]

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Attention Writers-Flash Fiction Contest!

Corpsewood, true crime, Petulla, ghost tour, ghost tours

To celebrate the upcoming August release of The Corpsewood Manor Murders in North Georgia, Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc is holding a Flash Fiction contest! Flash fiction is ultra-short story writing. Can you capture the attention and imagination of your readers in just a few short words? Flash fiction typically ranges from 100 to 1000 words, […]

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Ovilus Communications 6/11/16 Weekend

Sunday night, we had a guest that started Jack’s cemetery hunt as very much a skeptic. She looked startled but did not speak up when the Ovilus called out a man’s name. She looked startled again but still did not speak up when it said some other things. But after one more instance, she pulled […]

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