Meet Our Ghost Hosts

Ghost Host DebAnative Iowan, Deb was a college Public Speaking instructor for 8 years. She is in her 5th year of ghost hunting. “There’s no end to the journey,” she says. “There’s always something new to learn, to investigate, to question.” Deb is an avid researcher in finding and authenticating new Asheville ghost tales and is a member of the Asheville Paranormal Society. See her blog for updates on ghostly experiences.

Ghost Host ValerieV alerie joins Ghost Hunters of Asheville straight from the stage. An accomplished musician, puppeteer, performer, actor and visual artist, Valerie studied Illustration and Graphic Design at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She brings knowledge and personality to our tours as well as ghosts … She lives on one of Asheville’s most haunted streets!

Ghost Host T.C.Eve has a long-standing relationship with the paranormal: She lived in a haunted house as an infant, studied Communications and Theatre at haunted Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia, has lived in New Orleans and, in Asheville, lives in a haunted house, works in a haunted house and conducts ghost tours!


 
 

Downtown Ghost Tours leave at 8:30pm from the Battery Park Book Store & Champagne Bar in the Grove Arcade at the corner of O’Henry and Battery Park Avenues.

 

The Haunted Montford Stroll leaves at 8:30pm in front of the Nine Mile Restaurant at 233 Montford Avenue.

 

Ghosts & Grapes leaves at 8:30pm in front of the Park Square Pavillion at the corner of College and South Market Street.


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Matt Harris, Johnson City, TN says "What a fantastic idea for a tour! The sights are great, the equipment is an added fun feature, and the customer service pronominal!!! Deb is wonderful with a great personality and truly cares for the experience of her group! Go on a tour for the unexpected, a history lesson and the joy of making new friends!!!!"