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Any ghost tours in Edinburgh that aren't too ... hokey?

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I'm not sure that "hokey" is the correct word here.

I'd like to take an evening walking tour in Edinburgh that focuses on ghost stories or other such spookiness without needing actors to shout or leap out at me or employ any other silly devices. Every tour I've read about so far seems to rely on this sort of thing.

Do you know of a company that doesn't? Surely the stories themselves can be creepy enough on their own?

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