Tolomato cemetery is one seriously creepy place. I was there in the middle of the day and it gave me shivers... I can not imagine going there at night on one of the ghost tours. There are several sites on the web with pictures taken at night that show the orbs of energy in this cemetery. Do a google search for Tolomato cemetery ghosts.
The official sign at Tolomato cemetery gives a bit of it's history. Tolomato is one of the oldest cemeteries in Florida. Here is what the sign says:
During the First Spanish Period, prior to 1763, this site was occupied by the Christian Indian village of Tolomato, with its chapel and burying ground served by Franciscan missionaries. The village was abandoned when Great Britain acquired Florida. In 1777, Father Pedro Camps, pastor of the Minorcan colonists, who had come to St. Augustine after the failure of Andrew Turnbull’s settlement at New Smyrna, obtained permission from Governor Patrick Tonyn to establish this cemetery for his parishioners. Father Camps was buried here in 1790; ten years later his remains were re-interred in the "new church", the present Cathedral. The first bishop of St. Augustine, Augustin Verot (d. 1876), is buried in the mortuary chapel at the rear of the cemetery. The last burial took place in 1892.
The Tolomato Indians had their town on the space that is the cemetery. Their burial ground is where the old town of St. Augustine was built. Chief Tolomato is buried under the drugstore building. (it is the oldest drugstore in north America) When the Tolomato Indians left, the cemetery was started on top of the land that was their home, and historic old St. Augustine was built on their burial grounds. You will hear about many hauntings on the ghost tours, supernatural occurances seem to happen in most buildings and old homes in the historic district.
There have been many reported sightings of a child playing around a large old tree in the Tolomato cemetary and quite a few pictures can be found on the net of energy orbs, hovering over the cemetery at night. I didn't get any particular "ghostly" feelings wandering around historic old St. Augustine... but standing at the gate of the Tolomato cemetery did give me the creeps. Don't know how to explain it, other than I just wanted to leave there quickly and not go back. You should visit the cemetery and see what you think.