"Bill will make your eyes widen with ghostly tales of hangings, poisonings and blood-curdling murders."

Jane Slade, The Sunday Express

"Spectre illuminates the spookier side of Oxford for visitors on his celebrated Ghost Trail."

The Mail on Sunday

"This entertaining trip through the city's dark alleys... an encounter with the undead!!"

Karin Wright, The Sunday Mirror

"Unmissable! A magical evening of fun and thrills for all the family. Guaranteed to 'lift the spirits'"

Richard Jackson, News of The World

"It's all great fun - Bill Spectre sets spines tingling on his ghost hunting tours."

Helen Peacocke, Oxford Times

"Highly entertaining, theatrical and informative"

The Lonely Planet

"A fantastic night! Excellent for both adults and children, young and old. I will recommend it to everyone. Thank you for a very enjoyable evening."

Lisa & Conor, Oxford

"Top notch. A master storyteller. I recommend it."

Sam Evans, The Oxford Student

"Just got back from your ghost tour and I can honestly say it was one of the best things... if not THE best thing I've done in Oxford in the whole 3 years I've been at Uni here! I'm so sad I discovered it at the end of my 3 years! Also saw you at The Corner Club last Friday - such a fantastic night! I am recommending you to everyone I know!"

Emily Perry, audience member on ghost trail and at The Corner Club Oxford

"Bill Spectre got our Book Week at Kennet School off to a tremendous start with his atmospheric and creepy stories, The Judge's House and The Monkey's Paw. Pupils from Year 7 up to Year 10 sat enthralled as Bill developed the tension with his stories. He creates a gothic atmosphere setting the scene with spooky music and rounds off his tales with a series of illusions which left the pupils guessing at how they were created. I can't recommend him highly enough."

 Helen Ledger, Librarian, Kennet School Thatcham

"Our Festive Frights night of ghost story-telling with Bill Spectre went perfectly. Bill was a pleasure to work with and put on a great performance - our large audience were all hanging on his every word!"

Andrew Cox, Bristol City Central Library