what a great time we had. if you live ghost stories or even if you don't take the tour
The tour was a lot of fun. I took my friends who were visiting from out of town and they enjoyed walking around downtown and how animated the tour guide was. Some of the stories could have been enhanced with photos - of 'ghosts' of real people they identified. Fort Myers is not a town really known for any hauntings so I was surprised they were able to find so many stories in one area.
Laurie was an awesome tour guide. She has an amazing amount of knowledge and tells a great story. They had the new EMF meters and my daughter who loves all things spooky was thrilled she got to use the meter for the tour. We went places that I never knew existed downtown.
Presenter was passionate and fun
The tour guide, Laurie, was very entertaining!
From Our Editors
Depending who you ask, the true history of Fort Myers could be anything from its artistic heritage to its dark underbelly. That’s why the guides at True Tours lead six walking excursions that each focus on a specific aspect of the city’s past. Gaze upon the Justice Center’s beloved Fire Danceart panels, discover which buildings house paranormal activity, or learn about the women who shaped the area’s culture history in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. All treks begin and end at the Franklin Shops on First Street except tours of Matlacha Island, which saunter past the village’s fishing shacks and the renovated houses.