Saturday, July 28, 2012

My First Ghost Tour


As you probably know, I'm now officially a ghostly tour guide in my town! I'm so happy about this. What were the chances of me finding a job where I get paid to be creepy and tell ghost stories? 

Before tonight, I was a ghost tour virgin. I was a little nervous at first, but life has prepared me for public speaking since I've been on stage and done presentations before. Overall, I think it went pretty well. I had an unusually large group (19 people) of mostly serious older adults who appreciated the history more than anything else. My walking cane even broke a few times, there were 4 or 5 trains to go by during the tour (which is irritating), and my new shoes rubbed my heels raw. Despite all that, everyone seemed to have a good time and I even creeped a few people out!

Here's what I wore minus the Top hat:
I love my little coffin locket. :)

And for your listening enjoyment:


  1. That's awesome!

    I really like your outfit too, stunning! :)

  2. I love that top! I believe I tried it on in Sweden, but alas it was most unflattering on me and so I returned it to the rack XD
    Your job sounds like a lot of fun! :D

    1. Thanks! I got it ages ago. It's great fun!

  3. You have. The coolest. Job. EVER! And your outfit is adorable! You look really good with short hair.

  4. You look so cute.
    How did you acquire this most awesome of jobs?!
    Doesn't sound like something they'd just advertise in the paper.... unless I'm wrong, eheh.

    Either way congratulations!

    1. Oh thank you. It was actually pretty lucky. I saw a tour go out, and my best friend told me I should try to get a job at the place. We both walked over to the shop to talk to the manager. They were short on people, and he pretty much hired me on the spot. I had a short audition, and then I had to memorize the 20-page script in a month.

  5. congrats on starting your job this nice!