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Kissimmee Ghost Tours' enthusiastic team guides specter seekers through the annals of history as they hoof it through the city's Downtown District. The otherworldly promenade passes the Hanging Tree, where some suggest spirits wreak shenanigans, as well as less famous trees possessed by squirrels in search of nonspectral acorns. Guides encourage their charges to snap photographs in case mysterious orbs of light appear; they also spin tales of the Ghost of the Lake, who lurks in fresh water in search of a dock. Groups of up to 25 people depart for their mysterious meanderings nightly at 8:30 p.m., and the all-flat terrain makes the spooky stroll both scooter and wheelchair friendly. Kissimmee Ghost Tours recommends that guests come equipped with walking shoes, umbrellas, and cassette singles of the Ghostbusters theme song.
In the world of reality TV, it can be hard to separate fact from scripted sensationalism. But with Ghost Tracker Ghost Tours, visitors can see firsthand how the investigators on Ghost Tracker TV gauge the paranormal activity of reputed hauntings, and will even get to help document the spooky goings-on. Using the tools showcased on the screen—including EMF readers and K2 meters—tour-goers track the level of paranormal activity at 5–7 haunted sites, all while listening to their guide recount stories of the old court house or the hanging tree. During their 90 minutes of ghost hunting, guests maintain a leisurely pace while covering less than a mile of ground, allowing them ample time to peer around with cameras for spectral images that can’t be seen with the human eye. Some tours may be filmed for the show, so guests may be asked to sign a waver in order to enjoy their 15 minutes of fame.
In 1994, owners Chris and Margie Long established Boggy Creek Airboat Rides with a single, six-passenger vessel. Today, their fleet has grown to more than a dozen boats, and the business has whisked more than one million passengers through Orlando's nearby wetlands. From two locations, Boggy Creek's fan-propelled watercrafts launch into the Florida Everglades, exploring the swampy habitats of gators, turtles, eagles, exotic birds, and exiled Frankensteins. Four different tours offer varied experiences, including a night ride, during which participants observe red-eyed gators prowling for prey. US Coast Guard–certified captains helm every ride, which are safe for explorers of all ages—even infants.