Tuesday, August 13, 2013
It's August 13th and the wind is strong, it's only 16 degrees and the lake is roaring! Meet at the flag at where High St. meets the lake at sundown tonight for tales of Southampton's notorious past! Only 2 more walks this year, don't miss out or you'll be sorry!
Posted by Larry at 11:58 AM
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So far it's been a great summer of ghost walks! Ray (Odin) has been sharing some very scary tales of Southampton's dark past along side Katherine. We've had near record crowds and as Summer is almost half way through, it's time to get out there and take in a walk! Every Tuesday night at sunset, we meet at the flag and walk the streets and lanes around the harbour to relive some of our little known infamous past! Don't miss out this year or we won't be back until 2013.
Posted by Larry at 6:36 AM
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Tuesday night on August 16th had the biggest crowd ever! Fifty two people showed up at the flag at sunset for almost two hours to share in some tales of Southampton's darker past!
There are only two more walks scheduled for this year, August 23rd and the 30th. Don't be disappointed and miss out or you'll have to wait until 2012, and at only $10 a head, it's great entertainment!
Posted by Larry at 7:55 AM
Thursday, August 4, 2011
On Lake Huron as twilight tints the underworld we will guide you past sites of horrifying shipwrecks telling tales illuminated by haunted homes next to ancient spirits upon sacred waters. Since the turn of the millennia Southampton Ghost Walks have been sifting through the musty archives and archaeological remains, studying native lore and local legend to present this compendium of chaos. After witnessing the 'Second most beautiful sunset in the World' sic[NatGeo] using the cover of darkness we present the scintillating more mystic aspects behind and below Southampton - 'Ontario's Summer Wonderland' 'Oldest Port on the Bruce Coast'.
Our Walk starts Tuesdays evenings in the Summer of 2011 exactly at sunset at the foot of Southampton's great flag where High Street meets Lake Huron. Cost $10. ~ NOT recommended for children under the age of 12 ~ chilling tales, please dress accordingly ~
Posted by Larry at 9:10 AM