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Southampton Ghost Tour on Wednesday 29th November 2017
Right from the start you will be gripped by the many ghostly stories from Southamptons eerie past. The tours include live actors who take on the part of Southamptons most notorious ghosts!
You will discover the ghosts of historic buildings including The Bargate, The Merchants Hall, West Gate, Tudor House and many more! Our Ghost tour are unique because we have experienced some of the ghosts for ourselves!
Your guide, Andrew Frewing-House (who plays the part of Sir John Dawtrey) has investigated many of Southamptons haunted buildings including all those listed above. He lead the first investigations at all of the venues. Many of his accounts feature in the book Haunted Southampton, where he also featured in an interview.
Our Ghost tour are entertaining, thrilling, educational and most of all....include a few scares along the way!
We can run both private and corporate events and they are suitable for all audiences.
Southampton Ghost Tours is a joint venture between Supernatural Tours and See Southampton (www.seesouthampton.co.uk). Our public ghost tour include access to three of the city's historic vaults (subject to availability)
Southampton Ghost Tours is the citys number one ghost tour! Try it for yourselves!
Meeting point: Outside Tudor House, St Michaels Square, Bugle Street, Southampton
Event times:- 8.00pm-9.30pm (approx)
Age rating: Parental guidance
Scare rating: **
Please note our walks take place in all types of weather.
Prior booking essential.
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