Spooky stories sought

Ghost Tours of Vernon looking for O’Keefe Ranch stories for special Halloween tour.

  • Oct. 7, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Mr. Gabriel Davis Sumegi Newman the 2nd is looking for your spooky stories for a special Halloween Ghost Tours of O’Keefe Ranch.

Do you have a spooky story of O’Keefe Ranch? If so, Mr. Gabriel Davis Sumegi Newman the 2nd, the host of Ghost Tours of Vernon, wants them for a special Halloween Ghost Tours of O’Keefe Ranch.

Newman will be sharing spooky stories about ghostly specters, strange encounters, and macabre history at O’Keefe Ranch, but before he puts all the stories together, he wants to know if you have an encounter you would like to share.

“I know there are lots of former tour guides with their own stories and because there have been a number of paranormal tours of the ranch over the past years and I know there are lots of photos of orbs that have been taken, as well as other encounters,” said Newman.

The O’Keefe Ghost Tours will take place twice daily on Oct. 17 and 24. Visit the O’Keefe Ranch website (www.okeeferanch.ca) to book your tickets.

Along with the O’Keefe tour, Newman will be conducting his regular Ghost Tours of Vernon from the steps of the Vernon museum,  Oct. 26 to 29 at 7 p.m.

To contact Newman with your story, email  ghosttours@shaw.ca or phone 250-260-8757.

 

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