the ghost tour
White Shell Water Place ("Ogapoge") is Santa Fe's original Tewa Indian name for a settlement that dates back to before 1100 AD. Many souls have lived here and some are still here. Want to encounter them?
My name is Peter Sinclaire, and I have been leading this tour since 1993. I have interacted with over 20,000 ghostwalkers, so on the tour you'll hear about the experiences of tour participants with Santa Fe's spirits, as well as the spirits themselves.
Learn about our most famous ghost, Julia Staab (pictured above), featured on the TV program, Unsolved Mysteries. Hear about our Smelly Ghost---will it assault your nostrils? Possibly encounter La Llarona, the spirit that Santa Fe mothers warn their kids about, not allowing them to play by the Santa Fe River. Skeptical? That's okay: come spook about and see evidence on the tour.
Please read the july, 2019 review on a blog rated in the top 1% of reviewers on Trip Advisor: https://www.gourmetglobetrotter.com/santa-fe-walking-tours-you-shouldnt-miss-culture-ghouls-and-food/
Please see the recommendation from Santa Fe's hippest artists collective--Get Ghosted on Day One:
See what New Mexico's Department of Tourism says regarding spooking about with us: https://www.newmexico.org/haunted/ghost-tours/
Want another type of tour? I specialize in creating tours that meet your interests and needs. I have been doing tours in New Mexico and the West since 1992 and love sharing beautiful, varied and diverse New Mexico.
Or want a signed copy of my book From Santa Fe to O'Keeffe Country?
Please email or call: firstname.lastname@example.org / 505.983.7774
Specialty Santa Fe tours: Historical, Art, Chocolate, Architecture, National Parks, Spies, Museum, Ogaoge-Pre-Santa Fe, Manhattan Project Footprint in Santa Fe and Churches/Spiritual plus Coffee Crawls, please call Peter at 505.983.7774.