Ghost Tours of Vernon return for Halloween

Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd, Paranormal Expert, Entrepreneur, and Purveyor of Medicinal Remedies, brings his ghost tours

Back for the 12th year, to send chills up your spine is Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd, with his renowned Ghost Tours of Vernon. Join your captivating host as he tours you through downtown Vernon while entertaining you with stories of haunted houses, monsters, gruesome murders, paranormal anomalies and macabre historical oddities.

“Newman, a professional storyteller and performer, masterfully weaves his dramatic flair and witty humor with his local history and unique ghostly knowledge,” said Denise Marsh, marketing and communications coordinator at the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives, which  will receive a portion of the proceeds from the event. “You’ll not only leave entertained but also enriched with an appreciation of our local history. As a fundraiser for the museum, Gabe graciously donates a portion of the ticket sales to the museum.”

Starting from the steps of the Vernon Museum the tour runs Oct. 26 to 29 at 7 p.m. As it is an outdoor walking tour that runs rain or snow, please dress appropriately. The tour is about one hour and 21 minutes. Tickets are $10 for ages 13 and up and $5 for those 12 and under (cash only).

No reservations are necessary unless you want to book a private tour for 20 or more.

For more information, contact Mr. Gabriel David Sumegi Newman the 2nd, Paranormal Expert, Entrepreneur, and Purveyor of Medicinal Remedies, at 250-260-8757 or ghosttours@shaw.ca or see www.ghosttoursofvernon.com

 

 

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