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Alamo City Paranormal - Martin Leal

Alamo at the Cenotaph, San Antonio, TX
+1 210-348-6640
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Zero Stars

Martin Leal is a fraud and this so-called "Ghost Hunt" is a total rip off. This was a huge... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
Susan C
via mobile
Nope! Never again!

Everything in the previous reviews was accurate! This tour was terrible. From the corny jokes to... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Kim B
via mobile
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18 Apr 2017
“Zero Stars”
15 Mar 2017
“Nope! Never again!”
Alamo at the Cenotaph, San Antonio, TX
+1 210-348-6640

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Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Martin Leal is a fraud and this so-called "Ghost Hunt" is a total rip off. This was a huge disappointment, particularly to the 2 teenagers in my group who were expecting a bona fide ghost hunting experience on their Good Friday school holiday. If I...More

Thank Susan C
Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

Everything in the previous reviews was accurate! This tour was terrible. From the corny jokes to the walk around 1 (ONE) block, this was a waste of time. Also, I was with 12-13 year olds and the many references to sex and other inappropriate jokes...More

1  Thank Kim B
Reviewed 12 March 2017 via mobile

Omg. Please don't waste your money!!!!!!! This tour goes under the name of Ghost Hunt. Fake tour. Horrible jokes and awful stories with fake pictures. You will see more ghosts in your dreams and get more exercise walking around on your own. Great scam! Zero...More

1  Thank Debcfair
Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

I was expecting an informative tour but all we got was this obnoxious troll of a tour guide. He was very rude and negative to people around us and in the ghost tour business. We only walked a short distance with very minimal information on...More

1  Thank tejanoguy36
Reviewed 23 February 2016

The brochure is very misleading. It says Ghost Hunt. This is NOT a Ghost Hunt it is a walking Tours of where Ghost have been seen by others and he shows you pictures and was always referring to that this was seen about a month...More

1  Thank Janice O
Reviewed 10 October 2014

If you like to find out about where your visiting and some good ghost stories this is the tour for you. Martin does the tour himself and is wonderful. You learn alot about San Antonio scary history.

Thank trixie41
Reviewed 1 August 2014

My family was vacationing in San Antonio and we had heard of some interesting ghost tours in the area. I by no means expected to see ghosts or have a scary interaction....but I did expect to hear Texas legends, myths, stories.... I expected the tour...More

4  Thank Cat-MomTexas
Reviewed 14 July 2014

Came from out of town. Expecting a Ghost Tour but instead we got somekind of tour with lame comedy. Nothing interesting, nothing that you can't find online, No ghost hunting. We have been to other ghost tours in other cities and by far, this ghost...More

5  Thank Jaduan
Reviewed 14 April 2014

I have never been on such a horrible ghost tour before. What a waste of 90 minutes! The ghost meters had dead batteries and all we did was walk around the block and listen to really bad jokes. Just awful!

5  Thank Efpratt1959
Reviewed 24 October 2013

Alamo and River Walk are two of the most famous attractions in San Antonio. Many visitors will walk through the Alamo Shrine tha is free and have a few pictures taken, calling it done. However, it is well worth the money and time to join...More

Thank HF L
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