Haunted Ghost Tours Are Coming to Brampton
Fall is officially here (yay!), and that means a ton of things: pumpkin spice lattes are all the rage, the weather is giving us one last round of heat, and everyone has their jacket at the ready for cold weather. Fall also means Halloween is around the corner, and with that, haunted walks are headed for Brampton this weekend!
If you love getting scared, learning about history or myths in Brampton, or just ghosts in general, you’ll definitely want to check out Brampton’s Haunted Ghost Tour 2017, on October 14, 21, and 28. They are set to be very spooky.
“Lurking under [Brampton’s] happy facade lies a dark side, the paranormal,” says After Dark Tours, the event organizer that also runs several haunted walks in downtown Toronto.
“Brampton’s downtown core is home to a concentrated amount of paranormal activity, caused by 190 years of strange or unusual deaths.”
Told you - these walks are going to creep you out.
According to After Dark Tours, created and led by Steve Collie, this is a new tour with nine stops along Main Street, and all stops are based on up to five people having witnessed the same paranormal activity.
Here are more details on when and where the walks are taking place:
October 14, 21, 28 from 8-9:30 p.m.
Starts at Gage Park and ends at Alexander Street
“We won’t leave you in the dark,” says After Dark Tours. Never fear - you will be walked back to your car as a group post-tour.
If you’re interested in getting scared out of your wits and learning a little more about Brampton on a ghost walk, click here. It’s $10 bucks a person.
And if you want to get a taste of some spooky places in Brampton, click here.
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