1973-Set Horror Short GHOST TOUR Follows a Man's First Real Paranormal Experience

Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean the horror films stop from rolling in! I’ve got another fantastic short for you to watch today called Ghost Tour. It’s simple story set in the year 1973, and “after the final ghost tour at a museum with a legendary dark past, veteran docent Richard Sawyer experiences his first real encounter with the paranormal.”

Ghost Story was directed by Erik Bloomquist and even though the story is simple, the cinematography is beautiful, especially in the old historic house setting. The film was shot at The Mark Twain House and Museum in Connecticut. 

I appreciate that this horror short doesn’t rely on blood and gore to get the creepy factor. That creepiness is earned through good use of mystery and suspense in its storytelling. Everything falls into place as the story is told and it concludes with a great twist ending. 

If you're a fan of good old-school horror, I think you’ll enjoy this film.

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