During years conducting the ghost walks, the blue badge tour guide has not seen one.
We just saw the ghost walk advertised and thought it would be a laugh on a Friday.
The ghost walks
around Llandaff Cathedral begin at the stone cross on the cathedral green Jim Cowan leads ghost walks in Llandaff, which have been ranked third best British attraction under pounds 10 by Essential Travel online magazine
It's one of the stops on the Ghost Walks
of Bath, starting at the Garrick's Head.
During three years conducting the ghost walks, the blue badge tour guide has not seen one.
To find out more about the ghost walks, contact Michael at Midland Discovery Tours on 07957 422568.
Free, fun and theatrical, the Ghost Walks are designed for the macabre-minded of absolutely every age - from terri-fied tots to ghoulish grannies.
Formerly of the Birmingham Rep and First Chance Youth Theatre, Ghost Walks' director Juliet Raynsford says: "The Ghost Walks combine walking, theatre and real-life tales for a total spine-tingling immersion into Birmingham's ghoulish past.
"We hope that the Ghost Walks will change the way people see Brum - that it's an environment where stories happen, and not just a place to crash through on the way to somewhere else."
The Ghost Walks are held at 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays until April, starting from the Guildhall.
The Ghost Walk of Worcester invites you to discover another side to the city.
Penny Russell, tourism development officer at Dudley Council, said: "The ghost walks
are always popular and we are looking forward to another busy season.